Mayfair, Maddox Street
£35 Members only | £55 Non-member
Attendees will be able to participate in discussions covering the benefits of mentoring, developing your skills in the workplace and career progression with our panellists Dena Arstall (Founder, Ad Libitum), Lynn Tomkins (Chair, Skills 4 UK Ltd), Suzanne Homewood (Enterprise Sales Director, Samsung), and Annie Lee (Development Coach and Facilitator, Annie Lee Associates Ltd). The event will also include an introduction from Rose Grissell (Head of Diversity and Inclusion, BHA).
Mentoring is a key objective of Women in Racing (WiR) and the group is delighted with the success of this formal programme with senior members as mentors, based in Scotland and northern England right through to the midlands and the south across all facets of the industry.
Mentors cover non-executive, corporate and entrepreneurial ambitions. The objective is to provide WiR members who cross many of the communities in racing with tailored support, encouragement, guidance and contacts as needed to help ensure that talented people can develop.
The door is always open for new mentors and mentees to join the programme, which remains a free benefit as part of the WiR membership. Bookings are now open, join us for a fantastic day and find out more about the scheme and meet those already involved.
Tickers are priced at, Members: £35 / Guests: £55
Approximate Event Timings
1:00pm – Registration with tea & coffee
1:30pm – Introduction & welcome
1:40pm – Questions to the audience and expectations
2:00pm – Speaker followed by panel introduction
2:30pm – Panel discussion on recent industry topics, the benefits of mentoring, career development.
4:00pm – Presentation to the competition winner
4:15pm – Women in Racing Mentoring Programme and how to get involved
4:30pm – Drinks and networking
5:30 – Finish
Women in Racing are also delighted to offer to members who are attending the Women in Racing Mentoring Event a free place on the Skills 4 Ltd award winning Career Development Programme.
The programme is specifically designed to provide the tools and techniques to support women in male dominated sectors to progress their career, so a perfect fit for women working in the horse racing sector.
The four day programme, with a value of £1,200, covers Confident Communications, Authentic You, Presentation Skills and Future Focused/Goal setting. Companies who offer this course to their potential and current female leaders are Rolls Royce, Balfour Beatty, NHS and leading universities to name but a few.
Anyone interested in entering the competition should email Lynn Tomkins at email@example.com with no more than one page of A4 on why they think the course would benefit them in their future career. The deadline for applications is the 28th June 2019. The winner will be announced at the Mentoring Event.