Incorporated throughout Flame
Women@Flame sessions is now incorporated across the main event agenda to bring the challenges faced by women in the industry to the forefront. The discussions and networking are open to anyone with an interest in embracing and developing the talent, value and voice of women in the workplace.
Good practice exchange: Initiatives designed to foster diversity, inclusion and women leadership
How do companies work on fostering diversity and female leadership internally? Do these initiatives sit under CSR or elsewhere? Do we have data on implementation of these programmes and does it provide any valuable insights? What are the challenges and opportunities for driving change on the ground?
What is behind the shortage of women in senior roles within the energy industry, and what differences are there across the energy value chain? Join us for an evidence-based look at female representation in the workforce, with a view to identifying potential barriers to career progression and empowering leadership. What good practices can we learn from?
My story - interviews with senior female and male executives
How have successful women and men made it to the top in the energy industry? What are the lessons they have learned during their journey to the leadership role they are in today? Are women really reluctant to lead or are men reluctant to be led by women? Join us for honest, practical advice.
Recruitment and retention of women professionals
Facts and figures on the progress achieved in recruitment and retention of female professionals; Do companies collect gender disaggregated data on professional development of the employees - if yes, what patterns does this data reveal? Is there merit in developing synergies between HR divisions across companies to collect gender disaggregated data? How can this inform good practices/ new approaches?
The objectives of the Women at Flame Summit are as follows:
- Debate the challenges and the opportunities associated with bridging the gender gap in the sector;
- Share practical insights from the leading female executives in the field on their career paths;
- Foster knowledge exchange on gender-equal leadership and ways to address the challenges faced by women in their day-to-day work;
- Offer hands-on workshop sessions on career mapping and communication designed to facilitate the empowerment of women in the field
Champagne Drinks Reception
Hosted by Sempra Infrastructure, there will be Champagne drinks reception on 3 May to celebrate diversity and women in the industry. Open to men and women, this closed door reception will be a place to foster new business relationships and share stories of successes across different organisations.
Places are free for all Flame attendees but are limited. To attend please fill in the form to secure your ticket.