5th Annual Women's Leadership and Empowerment Conference (WLEC 2014)
Venue: Royal Benja Hotel
|Event Date/Time: Mar 01, 2014 / 2:00 pm - (GMT +7:00 hours)||End Date/Time: Mar 03, 2014 / 2:00 pm - (GMT +7:00 hours)|
|Registration Date: Feb 15, 2014||Time: 00:00:00(GMT +7:00 hours)|
|Early Registration Date: Feb 01, 2014||Time: 00:00:00(GMT +7:00 hours)|
|Abstract Submission Date: Feb 01, 2014||Time: 00:00:00(GMT +7:00 hours)|
|Paper Submission Date: Feb 15, 2014||Time: 00:00:00(GMT +7:00 hours)|
Women's Leadership and Empowerment Conference 2014 will take place from 1-3 March 2014 in Bangkok, Thailand.
- Women’s Leadership and Empowerment Conference 2014 is a three-day program, which consists of three components: study session “women’s leadership and empowerment of disadvantaged groups”, presentations of submitted papers and open discussions. It is open to all of those interested in gaining leadership skills and new knowledge as well as those who want to share their own achievements since the Conference is designed as a special training program for future leaders in different fields. The minimum requirement is that participants have taken at least one year of graduate university courses. Undergraduate students may be reviewed and accepted under special conditions and based on their academic background, CV and past achievements.
- WLC 2014 provides a comprehensive and interactive program in which participants cultivate their cross-cultural, leadership and communication skills and learn about innovation, its importance and implement it.
- This program provides participants with an analysis of leadership, its styles and impact worldwide. Each participant should be able to understand how different cultures, educational systems, political and economical environments influence leadership sales. Participants will learn how to motivate and lead people coming from different cultures. You cannot use the same leadership style in every culture and you can not motivate all the people in the same way. Differenet things motivate different people and move them up into the action. This knowledge paired with the participants’ improved communication skills and leadership skills can be a powerful tool to inflict positive change in their own communities and organizations as a step toward creating good and responsible professionals and future leaders.