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3. Dare to Lead Like a Girl with Professor Dalia Feldheim

If you were told that you “run like a girl" would you take it as a compliment or an insult? This was the question asked in one of the most awarded ad campaigns (Forbes best campaigns of the decade) #AlwaysLikeAGirl, lauded for busting negative stereotypes about women. Now, what if you were told that you LEAD Like a Girl?

Dalia Feldheim, a corporate consultant, who happens to be one of the thought leaders behind this iconic campaign, wants us to reclaim the phrase “Like a Girl” once again, this time in the world of leadership. Join Dalia as she shares her leadership journey and invites us to shift the paradigms of contemporary leadership provoking us all, men and women, to connect to our more feminine traits and dare to lead from the heart- with purpose, perseverance, people and positivity. #Dare to Lead Like a Girl.

Dalia Feldheim- founder of Flow Leadership Consultancy, draws on her own extensive corporate leadership experience and her passion for championing others, to enable organizations promote a more authentic, happy and psychologically-safe working culture. Before founding Flow Leadership Consultancy, Dalia spent over two decades as a C-suite global marketing executive where she led work on some of the world’s most iconic ad campaigns two of them being 'Tampax Mother Nature' and ’Always like a girl’. Dalia holds an Executive Masters degree in Consulting and Coaching for Change from INSEAD business school (Organizational Psychology) along with a Happiness Facilitator diploma from the Happiness Studies Academy. She teaches ‘The Science of Happiness and Suffering’ as an Adjunct Professor at the Singapore Management University, is an executive coach and an international speaker including Tedx Dec 19.

Thursday 30th July at 9.30am BST for one hour

Link to register: https://event.webinarjam.com/register/25/oyoxwcww

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