The future of leadership roundtable


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In honour of International Women’s Day’s ‘Break the Bias’ theme, Trowers & Hamlins and Place North West  gathered a group of female chief executives, directors, partners and department heads to discuss leadership opportunities and lessons for the younger generation.

The all-female panel tackled topics that focused on how we can help ensure the leaders of tomorrow are as representative and diverse as the country they live in.

The participants were:

  • Suzanne Benson, Trowers & Hamlins partner and head of Manchester office
  • Nicola Rigby, Avison Young principal
  • Elise Wilson, Stockport Council leader
  • Joanne Roney, Manchester City Council chief executive
  • Gayle Taylor, Gateley Vinden head of building consultancy
  • Laura Morris, Bruntwood head of business transformation
  • Sherelle Fairweather, Manchester City Council digital social inclusion lead
  • Nicola Kane, Transport for Greater Manchester head of strategic planning and research
  • Lisa Taylor, GM Leaders Plus executive director
  • Charlie Norman, MSV Housing chief executive
  • Shannon Conway, Glenbrook residential director

Recording of this meeting can be viewed here:

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