28 March, 2017 | (01 hr)

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Once you realize your career just isn't that straight line it used to be (or that companies still pretend it needs to be), you can savor every decade of your life for its distinct advantages and imperatives. And it all becomes a lot easier. Whether you're in your 20s, 30s, 40s, or 50s, you’ll find essential advice here for managing your career and understanding the different phases of life that still affect women more than men.

Join our guest author for a discussion of her newly released book, 4 Phases of Women's Careers, a simple, holistic, forehead-smacking career guide that boils it down to the essential.

Avivah will share the dual perspectives she has garnered from working with both CEOs and executive teams to build gender-"bilingual" organizations as well as her insights from decades coaching individual executives.


Avivah Wittenberg-Cox

Avivah Wittenberg-Cox
20-first gender consultancy

Avivah Wittenberg-Cox is CEO of 20-first, a leading international gender-balance consultancy. She works with top management at some of the world’s best-known companies to identify the business opportunities of gender balance and how to achieve it. She has written three books: Seven Step...Full Bio

Anne Stevens

Anne Stevens (Moderator)
Council Director, Global Business Women Leaders; Advancing Women in Leadership; HR Executives Councils
The Conference Board
former VP People & Organisation
Rio Tinto Copper

Anne Stevens is Council Director for Global Business Women Leaders; Advancing Women in Leadership; Human Resource Executives Councils.

She is a senior business leader, previously a European Director with IBM. Anne joined Rio Tinto in 2008 where she led the people strategy, plans and pract...Full Bio

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