Harper’s Bazaar has always championed the cause of the career woman. Since the foundation of our Bazaar At Work programme in 2013, we have sought to empower and inform our readers with the most exciting developments in the world of work, through a combination of thought-provoking print and online content, and in-demand speaker events.
This November, we are set to host the inaugural Bazaar At Work Week in partnership with UBS, a four-day series of digital talks, panel discussions and interactive Q&A sessions featuring high-profile women from sectors including business, technology and the arts. Join us from 16 to 19 November to explore themes such as the power of inclusion, the future of the office and how to navigate the uncertainties of the post-Covid landscape; plus, hear a keynote address by our headline speaker, the multi-award-winning actress Gillian Anderson.
Tickets cost £15 per event, or £40 with a gift bag containing an Aspinal of London notebook and a luxury beauty product. An all-access pass for the four-day event, plus the gift bag, costs £75.
In conversation with Gillian Anderson
When: Monday 16 November, 6pm
The multi-award-winning actress Gillian Anderson talks to Lydia Slater, acting editor-in-chief at Harper’s Bazaar, about female empowerment, her career on stage and screen, and playing Margaret Thatcher in the new series of The Crown. Plus, Julia Gillard, the former Prime Minister of Australia, shares insight into the past, present and future face of female leadership.
Moderated by Lydia Slater, acting editor-in-chief at Harper’s Bazaar.
The power of inclusion: how to nurture diversity in your team
When: Tuesday 17 November, 1pm
Why tackling inequality and embracing diversity are vital to building a thriving business. Speakers include:
- June Sarpong OBE, broadcaster and award-winning author
- Laura Bates, author and founder of the Everyday Sexism Project
- Michelle King, author, coach and director of inclusion at Netflix
- Dr Pragya Agarwal, author and behavioural scientist
Moderated by Helena Lee, features director at Harper’s Bazaar.
The future of work: what next for office life?
When: Wednesday 18 November, 1pm
Our speakers discuss the changing face of the workplace as we emerge from the global pandemic into a new normal. Speakers include:
- Ann Francke, chief executive of the Chartered Management Institute
- Tabitha Goldstaub, tech entrepreneur and AI advocate
- Margaret Heffernan, entrepreneur, CEO and TED expert
- Rebecca Seal, author and television presenter, on the changing face of the workplace as we emerge from the global pandemic into a new normal.
Moderated by Caroline Whaley, the co-founder of Shine for Women.
Beyond the crisis: how to navigate the post-Covid landscape
When: Thursday 19 November, 1pm
Expert advice on how you and your business can bounce back stronger from this year’s challenges, through entrepreneurial agility, careful financial management and a focus on your own and others’ wellbeing. Speakers include:
- Rita Clifton, author, former vice chairman and strategy director at Saatchi & Saatchi, and former CEO and chairman at Interbrand
- Eva Lindholm, head of wealth management, UK and Jersey, at UBS
- Maryam Meddin, founder of the Soke
- Rupal Patel, former CIA analyst and founder of Entreprenora, on how to bounce back stronger from this year’s unique challenges.
Moderated by Frances Hedges, acting deputy editor at Harper’s Bazaar.
Bazaar At Work Week runs from 16 to 19 November 2020 and all sessions will be available on-demand for ticket holders.
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