Female Leadership Workshop – Transitioning From A Founder To A Leader

March 8, 2022

March 8, 2022

6:00 pm To 7:30 pm

Online: GMT (UK)

$0 - $10

Event Description

Join us to discover your unique female leadership style!

Join us for an interactive workshop where Jane Reddin, Talent Director at AlbionVC and veteran of the technology and venture capital industry, will discuss how founders can transition into leaders of fast-growing companies.

For the survival of the startup leader, it’s not about being the fittest, smartest, strongest, or most attractive. It’s about adaptability, confidence, resilience, and trust.

As a busy founder, how often do you genuinely take the time to ask yourself, “how am I developing as a leader”? And yet you must.

Leader development is vital self-care for a founder.

  • Prioritise you – you’ll face a new set of leadership challenges every six months between seed and Series B. To successfully tackle these modal shifts, you must set the development of your own leadership toolkit, to track ahead of company growth. We’ll share some no-regrets moves.
  • Prioritise your own leadership development – leadership is contextual – adaptability is vital. Learn when and how to shift up
  • Be aware of the context
  • Know when and how to adapt
  • Cultivate confidence. How do you keep a handle on your emotions when you feel permanently out of your comfort zone?
  • Objectively understand yourself
  • Use wing women to complement your blind spots and leverage your strengths
  • Build your support network

You don’t have to do it alone. Developing resilience in your whole team is critical for scaling success. Learn about a tool that helps you operationalise a growth mindset in everyone in your business.

Trust underpins all great leadership. Experienced as a feeling, you’ve probably never thought about quantifying trust in your team. We’ve worked out how to do this. It shows you how to cultivate trust in your team.

About workshop facilitator

Jane Reddin is the Talent Director for AlbionVC. She helps the fund invest in the best founders for AlbionVC by assessing their leadership potential and works with the leadership teams to support and accelerate the rapid organisational scaling of our companies.

In her 25 year career, Jane has transacted >500 senior hires, globally, for disruptive companies, built international and new-market teams inside a start-up, hired a fund team and, as an advisor, helped over 70 start-ups build high-performing teams.

Until Oct 2018, she spent six years as the Talent Advisor at Balderton Capital and built the proposition which provides talent strategy and leadership development to Balderton CEOs and founder teams. This includes on-tap advice, helping them hire and develop their senior leaders, and mentoring in-house talent leaders to build their talent functions from scratch.

As the co-founder of The Talent Stack, a talent management consulting company for start-ups, she built a talent acquisition and talent development toolkit for entrepreneurial leaders, based on the solutions she has seen make a real impact on growth in agile cultures.

Jane cares deeply about helping entrepreneurial companies to scale up by using the right data to hire and develop the right people at the right time. She is intrinsically driven to help founders solve growth challenges, using practical candour. The Talent platform at AlbionVC enables us to build and share Talent thought leadership with our early-stage community.

About Women of Wearables

Women of Wearables (WoW) is a leading global organization and ecosystem aiming to connect and support women and allies in wearable tech, health tech, and femtech, as well as educate about the latest innovations in the world of emerging technologies. With headquarters in London (UK) and more than 20,000 members located around the globe, WoW has become a global movement that supports its growing community through events, mentorship, educational programs, and collaboration with its network of local collaborators and partners. Our members are startup founders, designers, technologists, industry experts, researchers, bloggers, journalists, investors, and many more.

Our community is open to anyone who is affiliated with and interested in emerging technologies and is not just for professional women, but for anyone with an interest in wearable technology and providing women with a platform for growth.

HOW TO JOIN US

➡️ Become a WoW member to learn from and connect with our community of entrepreneurs, designers, and technologists, leverage valuable resources, and discover career and business opportunities! By joining, you’ll get the opportunity to promote your company at one of the leading global organizations for women in tech, advertise in our newsletter and collaborate with us for our webinars, conferences, and content.

➡️ Follow us on Twitter / LinkedIn / Instagram / Facebook.

➡️ Join our WoW FemTech group on LinkedIn.

➡️ Get in touch if you’d like to become our partner!

Organizers

Women of Wearables Global

https://www.womenofwearables.com/

About the Organizers

Women of Wearables (WoW) is a leading global organisation aiming to inspire, connect, and support women and allies in emerging technologies such as wearable tech, IoT, health tech, and everything in between. With headquarters in London (UK) and more than 20,000 members located around the globe, WoW has become a global movement that supports its growing community through events, mentorship, educational programs, and collaboration with its network of local collaborators and partners. Our members are startup founders, designers, technologists, industry experts, researchers, bloggers, journalists, investors, and many more.Become a WoW member to learn from and connect with our community of entrepreneurs, designers, and technologists, leverage valuable resources, and discover career and business opportunities! By joining, you’ll get the opportunity to promote your company at one of the leading global organizations for women in tech, advertise in our newsletter and collaborate with us for our webinars, conferences, and content.Join our FemTech and Women's Health group on LinkedIn.Get in touch if you’d like to become our partner!Follow us on Twitter / Facebook / LinkedIn / Instagram.

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