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Supporting global event for Women in business“WINConference Tokyo2016”

Contributing to the increase of female global leadership development and diversity enterprises


Daijob Global Recruiting Co., Ltd (Head Office: Minato-ku, Tokyo), operators of jobsite for bilinguals Daijob.com, became an organizational partner of WINConference Tokyo 2016, which is hosted by WIN Sarl (Switzerland, Kristin Engvig). Daijob is working on this conference based on the relationship with WIN, the organizer and Intrapersona KK (Japan, Elizabeth Handover), an executive partner.

WINConference was established in 1997 with purpose of development and dissemination of female leaders with global mind. WIN held about 50 conferences worldwide and in Tokyo 6 times including this year since 2009. It is very important to hold this conference in Tokyo because Japan is now in the process of career improvement for women. This conference will share the best practice with modern women working internationally, men supportive of the movement, and world class organizations active in the field of conscious business, women’s leadership development, diversity and inclusion. Based on Daijob’s mission, “To provide the best position for globally-minded people.”. We are taking part in WINConference. By being part of this event we hope to influence Japanese companies who keen to act in the field of conscious business, women’s leadership development, diversity and inclusion.

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WINConference Tokyo 2016
The women’s preferred leadership forum
『Leading the Way』
When 19 & 20 May 2016 (19th full day and 20th half day)
Where Shangri-La Hotel, Tokyo, Japan
Who Women and men in middle and upper management, consultants, entrepreneurs, NGO leaders, politicians, artists, all longing for a positive change in their work and life… YOU!
What A global leadership conference of plenary sessions, workshops, working forums, a high level networking lunch and dinner connecting you to ideas and people.
Why Join to inspire and be inspired, to learn and to share, to create and co-create, to contribute and to connect with ideas, yourself and other outstanding leaders from Japan and the rest of the world.
 

About WIN

WIN(Women’s International Networking)is founded in Milan in November 1997. WIN is a pioneer in the field of professional women’s conferences and leadership journeys on a global scale in 18 years. WIN has welcomed more than 13,000 leaders and hundreds of companies to live events worldwide. Through this global event, WIN models, develops, empowers, and connects in a feminine, authentic and global way. With its leading edge approach the WIN Conference has become the reference point for aware, modern women working internationally, conscious men, and world class organizations active in the field of conscious business, women’s leadership development, diversity and inclusion.

About Lumina Learning

Intrapersona KK is the partner of Lumina Learning in Japan. Lumina Learning is a global learning and development company committed to transforming organizations by transforming their people. Launched in 2008, we have established our position in the market as a pioneer in organizational development, representing the latest innovation in professional development and assessment tools. We have offices in 25 countries and 1,000+ certified practitioners offering services around the world in 20 different languages.

For more information regarding sponsorship, patronage, participation and other inquiries for this event, please contact to info@daijob.com

WINConference Tokyo 2016

 ・Japanese site https://www.daijob.com/womenwork/win.html
 ・English site  https://www.daijob.com/en/womenwork-top/win.html

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