Are you going to Women Into Leadership London or Leeds?, taking place on 21 September and 27 September respectively.
The success, demand and interest in this conference, now in its seventh year, has resulted in the organisers (FDA and Dods) adding two new locations to this year schedule - Edinburgh (back in May) and now Leeds on 27 September. Click here to read our report from Women Into Leadership Scotland.
The events are chaired by FDA Vice President Fiona Eadie.
Speakers include: Leslie Evans, Permanent Secretary, Scottish Government; Clare Moriarty, Permanent Secretary DEFRA; Flick Drummond MP; Harriet Minter, Journalist and former Editor, Women in Leadership, The Guardian, Emma Stewart MBE, Co-founder, Timewise and Ruth Shaw, Head of Campaigns and Engagement, Foreign and Commonwealth Office.
Throughout the day, delegates can choose to attend a number of breakout sessions covering a wide range of topics, including: working flexibly; opportunities for progress; leaning in without falling over; the importance of women's networks; amongst many others.
Have you booked your place yet? As there is generally great deal of interest in the conference, places can fill up quickly, so it is advisable to register early to ensure your place. All FDA/Keystone members can avail of a discounted registration fee.
Click here to find out more about the event or to register for London and Leeds conference.