Our aim is that the event benefits not only the winners but all finalists and in turn their companies. Consequently for the judging day we incorporate panel discussions into the day to make the whole experience more valuable for all the finalists in a very relaxed setting.
The judging day forum will take place concurrently with the judging process. When one set of finalists are having their interviews in the judging room, the rest of the finalists will be taking part in the panel discussions. After their interview, they will rejoin the panel discussions and the next set will leave to have their interviews and so on.
METHODOLOGY The judging day forum consists only of panel discussions, in which the panelists debate the session topics, after which the audience/finalists join in. As a discussion-focused panel, the moderator would lead off the panel by putting questions directly to each of the panelists.
If you are interested in attending the judging day to take part in the panel discussions, network with the speakers, finalists and judges please email@example.com
Interested in attending the judging day forum? Please book your place HERE. This is a full day event and is £350 + VAT.
Catherine Schalk Executive Director & Founder (Moderator) Inkwazi Kommunications Catherine is a twenty two year veteran of the Software Industry with a record in marketing, sales, sales operations & enablement spanning global industry leaders such as Informatica, Hewlett Packard, CA, Hyperion and PeopleSoft.
Panel Discussion One 10:00 – 11:10 1. From sales lead to sales leader – Successfully transitioning your career.
Carol Kinsey Goman Leadership blogger for Forbes Author, The Silent Language of Leaders
Sophie Ellis Global Client Partner Vodafone Global Enterprise
Panel Discussion Two 11:25 – 12:35 2. Future directions for women’s leadership in sales, business development and account management.
Alexandra Zagury Director and Diversity Leader Cisco EMEAR
Panel Discussion Three 2:00 – 3:10 3. In today’s complex business environment, the skills and knowledge salespeople have traditionally relied on are no longer generating the same results. Is it time to change? What needs to change?