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Our first Just Networking event for RAHM Community members. It’s the perfect event to casually chat with other community members and spend a lovely evening without leaving your couch.
Event is for RAHMers only! But don’t worry, you can join RAHM community for FREE.
We are inviting a small bunch of LGBT+ leaders on the stage to share their thoughts in a keynote and panel discussion followed by Q&A and networking activities. Informal yet important, informational yet fun, and most of all – encouraging!
A personal overview of the journey that took Annemieke from a small village in the Netherlands to a global commercial career which covers continents from Europe through Russia, India, Australia and the USA.
This is an inspiring story that touches on creating a personal brand, based on values that even today keep developing. Showing vulnerability is power as a senior executive makes you human and allows teams to support you in delivering your and the business’s goals.
Amazin shares her personal journey of homelessness to becoming one of the most visible and influential LGBT+ activists in the world. She will share how one can find strength and resilience and inspire others to rise up through adversity.
Born in Saigon where she was left in an orphanage by her mother, Amazin is a transracial adoptee growing up in an all white background, she was bullied constantly as a young child. Because of this she went into bodybuilding at the age of 6 going onto become a competitive bodybuilder in her teens then qualifying as a strength and conditioning coach.
How can we create the value of the RAHM Community so that members find it useful and companies are willing to support?
Goal of the workshop 1: Determine the changes that need to be made within RAHM, to increase the quality, value and the sense of belonging for the members. Goal of the workshop 2: Find solutions on how to keep RAHM accessible and free of charge, by finding financial supporters.
Workshop Lead: Carsten Stier – our trusted RAHMer and the RAHM Contest 2017 Finalist!🕺🏼
This talk will focus on how important it is for leaders to be authentic about who they are so that, in turn, they are role models by default and not by design. Steve will share his own journey in recognising the role he plays in creating a workplace where LGBT+ colleagues can be safe, open, supported and ultimately be seen, providing examples of how this has worked.