◆Women in Technology Japan (WITJ)is collaborating with SudaManterfield to provide a workshop on the skills which will help achieve your ‘dream’ career.
Women currently make up only 11% of management in the workforce in Japan. There are many challenges faced by women in realizing their maximum potential in their careers.
This workshop led by Andrew Manterfield guides you to explore your career goals and how to achieve that ambition.
Session will be delivered in English.
EXECUTIVE COACH – SudaManterfield
Andrew Manterfield has an innate belief in people and their desire and ability to achieve more. His purpose is to find the greatness in every person he meets.
Andrew utilizes his wisdom of over 30 year in business to 1) help individuals fulfill their potential and achieve their dreams, and 2) help organizations create great leaders and great places to work where individuals can flourish and succeed.
Having successfully, lived and worked in Japan, Australia and the UK and worked with people and organizations across Asia, Latin America and Africa, Andrew brings a unique breadth and depth of knowledge and skill to his coaching conversations.
Pre-registration required to join: http://ptix.co/2mGdfpx
Women only. No recruiters please.
18:30-19:00 Doors open
– Annie Chang (Founder, Women in Technology Japan (WITJ))
– Neil Nguyen Huu (Founder and Head Teacher, Tokyo Academics)
– Andrew Manterfield (Executive Coach, SudaManterfield)
21:00-22:30 Cocktail & Networking (Optional)
(Location will be near workshop venue)
◆Mar 30, 2017 (Thurs)
Venue: Tokyo Academics
Hirose Building 3F, 3-24-17 Nishiazabu Minato-ku, Tokyo
六本木駅(日比谷線、大江戸線) 1a出口より西に 徒歩10分 、広尾駅(日比谷線)3番出 口より北に 徒歩 10分
入口は高速道路の南東側、ファミリーマートとTuxedoベア (パーティショップ)との間の路地に面しています。 路地を入 り、左側の自動ドアからお入りいただき、 エレベーターで3階ま でお越しください。
10 minutes west of Roppongi Station、 Exit 1a (Hibiya, Oedo lines), and 10 minutes north of Hiro-o Station, Exit 3 (Hibiya line).
The entrance is located in the alley between Family Mart and Tuxedo Bear (party shop), on the block southeast of the highway Enter the alleyway, and go through the automatic doors on the left. Take the elevator to the 3rd floor.
◆Women in Technology Japan (WITJ) is a volunteer organization with the mission to increase women’s participation in the technology field and grow next generation technology leaders to be the forefront of innovation. Through this workshop we hope to provide a forum to empower and connect women.