Pondero Talk – Women in the Workplace: An Update

5th June 2024

/ 1.5 hrs

Class Description

Pondero – Exercise your mind

 

Pondero Talks are designed to exercise your mind. Given by experts in each field, the talks are open and interactive, and cover a range of topics from Psychology to Engineering, all designed to keep minds active. Our ‘buy tickets’ button will take you to the Pondero website.

 

Kristina Leroux will be speaking on the current state of women in the workplace from research, articles and own experience of both being in “corporate” and what she is hearing from her clients. She intends this talk to be very interactive so have your questions ready.

 

Kristina Leroux is currently an Executive Coach for Professional Women and Male Allies, a Chicago Booth MBA and a financial and management consulting background. Her practice centres on helping professional women of all ages to thrive professionally. Recognising the economic importance of having more senior executive women in top influential roles, she focusses on assisting them to persevere in their ambitions by actively influencing the corporate culture to become more appealing to all employees. Kristina can also assist her clients by working within their companies to help make that change happen. As this effort is beneficial to many more than just women, her work is well within the DEIB initiatives. Her social passion is to tackle ageism in the workplace.
We will begin the session with coffee and networking – a chance to meet with new and familiar faces in our beautiful green oak barn.

All abilities welcome

Class size

/ 1.5 hrs

What to expect
  • Time to network and meet new and familiar faces
  • An interactive talk - questions and contributions are welcomed
  • Refreshments provided - Honesty tea or our own blend of coffee and a slice of cake from Honesty Bakers and Makers
Important Information

Tickets for this event need to be booked through the Pondero website.

Where is this located?
  • Honesty Cookery School
  • The Barn, North Sydmonton House
  • North Sydmonton
  • Hampshire
  • RG20 4UL
  • UK
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5th June 2024

Pondero Talk – Women in the Workplace: An Update

/ 1.5 hrs

North Sydmonton House, The Barn, North Sydmonton, Newbury RG20 4UL
07708 620287

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What is a Cook Together ticket?

Cook Together tickets allow an adult and a child between 10 – 18 years to book onto a course for a cheaper price. You will work together at the same workstation and produce enough food for you both to eat. This is part of our drive to encourage young people to enjoy cooking from scratch.

Can I book for a large group?

We have eight workstations and accommodate larger groups by working in pairs or small groups around each station. People often report they enjoy working in this way as it makes the event sociable and allows people to take a short break from the cooking as there are others to take over.

Who can attend these classes?

Most of our scheduled courses are for adults only. However, where you see a ‘Cook Together’ ticket offered then you can book for a place for a child over the age of 10 years with an adult.

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