In this session our speaker Claire Pointing, a former City lawyer turned organisational consultant and executive coach, will discuss what drives women’s success…and what holds people back.
During this interactive session, the following will be explored:
• What we mean by ‘success’ and why women’s progression matters
• The importance of actively surfacing and managing assumptions and uncertainty
• The common traps to success and hidden biases that can hold women back
• Key strategies for actively supporting successful women in law firms
Timings for this session are as follows:
12:00 Registration and lunch
12:30 Session starts
14:00 Session ends
About our speaker
Claire Pointing is an organisational consultant and executive coach who draws on over 25 years' experience as a senior City lawyer, strategy consultant and senior public sector official.
Claire’s consulting work focuses on working with organisations and individuals to identify and resolve business effectiveness issues relating to organisational dynamics. Examples of her recent work include: working with senior leadership teams to clarify and resolve hidden conflicts and resistance to change; and working with individuals who are experiencing transition in their roles due to the changing global economic landscape. She is also a frequent speaker and panel moderator at events.
In working with clients, she combines her extensive professional experience and her training in clinical psychodynamics including a masters with distinction in organisational pyschology from INSEAD. She sits on the steering committee for the Oxford Women in Law network.
Claire has degrees, professional and finance qualifications from a variety of institutions including Oxford University, London Business School and INSEAD. Claire is a qualified Solicitor and has been ranked in the Legal 500 and Chambers directories of leading professionals in finance law.