HSMAI Europe and Google are excited to inform you about the #IamRemarkable workshop. In the spirit of challenging the social perception around self-promotion we are hosting virtual #IamRemarkable workshops to empower everyone – women, underrepresented groups and allies.
In this session, you will develop the confidence to promote yourselves in the workplace and personal life, thereby breaking modesty norms and glass ceilings.
This program aims to:
- Improve the motivation and self-promotion skills of women and underrepresented groups
- Change social perceptions and refresh the conversation around self-promotion
We are conducting the first edition of this workshop on Thursday April 29 @ 11:00 am CET – 12:30 pm CET.
A limited number of seats of 15 participants are available on a first-come-first-served basis. It is free to attend for HSMAI Members.
#IamRemarkable isn’t just a gender issue: #IamRemarkable is intended to be applicable to anyone, and even those who don’t struggle to self-promote can benefit from attending the workshop to raise their awareness and understanding of how best to support those who do – change is everyone’s responsibility.
Launched in 150+ countries, 180,000 participants globally
47% of lgbtqia+ employees experience discrimination at work. 64 billion dollars is the annual loss to companies as a result of employees leaving because of discrimination (McKinsey and Accenture)
Facilitator: Christina Brennan, Search Lead, Google UK, Technology Media and Telecom
Christina is a client lead for Google’s search and shopping products. In this role, she helps large clients grow through Google’s search products and technology.
Prior to Google, Christina worked at Huge, an experience agency where she brought a data-led storytelling approach to digital design. She was lucky to work with Huge in the US, Singapore and London.
Christina is a native of Buffalo, NY and has been based in London for the last five years.
We look forward to the workshop
HSMAI Europe and Google