Leeds Women in Tech Networking Breakfast
The Leeds Women In Tech Networking Breakfast is back! The aim of the event is simple, to meet new people, share advice, and learn new things along the way.
For this event, we’ll be focusing on imposter syndrome and the tools that we can all use to help overcome that dreaded feeling. Joining us as our headline speaker is the wonderful Catherine Watson, Managing Director at Accenture, who will be talking through her career journey, the experience she’s had with imposter syndrome, and the tools she’s used to manage this.
We’ll then split off into small breakout groups where we will be identifying instances of imposter syndrome, discussing our own experiences, and sharing tools on how we can combat this.
This relaxed and informal event is a chance to pick up some new skills and make new friends as we once again enjoy breakfast treats from Leeds legends, Sociable Folk.
Who should attend?
This in-person event is open to everyone and will be of particular interest to women or those who identify as non-binary in the tech industry, or those considering a move into the tech industry.
Wednesday 7 December @ 08:30
Infinity Works, Apsley House, Wellington Street, Leeds, LS1 2EQ
08:30 – 09:00: Registration and networking breakfast
09:00 – 09:25: Catherine Watson – my experience with imposter syndrome
09:25 – 09:55: Breakout discussions – identifying instances of imposter syndrome
09:55 – 10:15: Group discussion
10:15 – 10:30: Event takeaways and remaining Q&A
Guests are welcome to say afterward to continue networking.
Sign up above to reserve your space for what is sure to be a fun and inspiring event.
Missed our last Women in Tech Networking Breakfast? Our Client Practice Lead, Jo Stevens has shared her key takeaways in this article.
Cath has extensive experience of architecting large-scale transformations with a background in technology programme delivery and is motivated by work that matters. She has worked across multiple UK Government departments and central Government.
Representation (I&D) Lead for Technology Strategy and Advisory practice in the UK, Cath is a passionate advocate for inclusion and diversity. She is an active mentor and supports the Women in Leadership Society at Leeds University.