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The Women's Business Alliance is a strategic, business driven initiative to integrate, encourage and promote career development for women.
The EMEA WBA's aim is to provide women with the networking opportunities, advice and support they need to maximise their potential and ensure that Morgan Stanley continues to retain, attract and advance its best talent.
Recent WBA events:
Thursday 11th October 2018 – “The Way of the Productivity Ninja” (Internal Workshop)
The workshop is an action-packed combination of presentation, discussion and action planning aimed at reviewing your current habits, identifying specific changes and tactics to improve your personal productivity and wellbeing.
Wednesday 26th September 2018 – “A Career Conversation with Dr. Dambisa Moyo author of the Edge of Chaos: Why Democracy is Failing to Deliver Economic Growth and How to Fix It”
Tuesday 11th September 2018 – “A Conversation with Rachel Lord”
Senior Managing Director, Head of Europe, Middle East and Africa for BlackRock and member of the Global Executive Committee.
Thursday 19th July 2018 – “Lessons from the Road with Rebecca Charlton” (Internal Event)An exclusive round table with Rebecca Charlton - ex-competitive cyclist, TV presenter, journalist and author who will be sharing her ‘Lessons from the Road’. Rebecca was the first female to ride in the National Track Championships, has hosted large scale events like The London Bike Show and the NEC Cycle Show, and presents and commentates on channels including Euro sport and ITV. She has also written two cycling fitness books which are complete guides on how to prepare for road riding and sportive events, aimed at both experiences cyclists and beginners.
Thursday 14th June 2018 – “A Career Conversation with Carla Harris”
Wednesday 2nd May 2018 – “The Path to your Promotion”
May Busch, Executive Coach, Author and former COO of Morgan Stanley Europe, will share tips on how to create a plan to promotion. May will also share what she learned from landing her many promotions during her 24-year career.