‘Bring Your Daughter to Change the World!’ - Aspire Looks to the Next Generation of Women at its International Life, Work, World Conference 2011

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Aspire, the internationally renowned women’s executive coaching company and its non-profit sister organization, The Aspire Foundation, are adding a unique twist to the idea of ‘Bring your Daughter to Work Day’ by inviting attendees of its 1st International Women’s Conference – Life, Work, World – to bring with them a daughter, niece, mentee, young female colleague or friend aged between12 and 17 years old to the event on November 29-30, 2011.

The Aspire Leadership for the Future Conference - Life, Work, World - is set to take place in London later this month. The two day event is dedicated to exploring how women can create the changes they want and so make a greater difference to their personal and professional lives and world as a whole.

“With 35 international speakers, over 250 delegates, dedicated workshops, campaign rooms and countless networking opportunities, The Aspire Conference will be inspirational, enlightening and entertaining,” says Dr Samantha Collins, CEO of Aspire and The Aspire Foundation, named 'One of the Top 10 Executive Coaches' and 'One of the Top 200 Women to Impact Business and Industry' by HM, The Queen. “This is a unique opportunity for women from all around the world to come together not only for their betterment, but that of 1 million women and girls around the globe”.

Aspire Leadership for the Future has over the last decade worked with women from all over the world offering executive coaching, leadership development, consultancy and research related to women as leaders with global corporations focusing on the commercial need to attract and retain the very best female talent. It is also an award winner in working with corporate diversity program leaders, human resources professionals and senior leaders to assess organizational needs, address female talent acquisition and retention issues, and design tailor-made programs to develop and advance high-performing female leaders.

Through its sister organisation, the non-profit Aspire Foundation, Aspire also provides a pro-bono mentoring program for women in working in non-profits and is actively campaigning to improve the lives of over 250,000 women and girls worldwide

As Aspire believes not just in the betterment of women now, but in the future too, Dr. Collins has negotiated with the Aspire Conference venue to initiate a unique and forward thinking twist on the idea of ‘Bring you Daughter to Work’ Day. By this, delegates will have the opportunity to bring their daughter to either one or both days that the conference is taking place.

Naturally this is not limited only to a daughter, but rather any aspiring young woman between the ages of 12 and 17 be it a niece, granddaughter, neighbor, young woman student or female intern and is designed to give a future women leader the opportunity to experience this transformational experience at their age and so truly explore their potential.

As Dr. Collins says, “I have always been inspired by the quote ‘When I was young I was told to be a good girl, when I should have been inspired to be a great woman’ and I believe by opening up the Conference to the next generation of professional women, we can inspire them to understand their future importance and the power that they have to change the world.”

The Aspire Conference Bring your ‘Daughter’ to Work initiative is already garnering huge interest from the event’s attendees and speakers and is another example of Aspire's dedication to create a better world for women now and in the future, both at home and abroad.

For more information on Aspire Companies, The Aspire Foundation and the Aspire Life, Work, Word Conference, please go to http://www.aspirecompanies.com or Email Dr. Samantha Collins at scollins(at)aspirecompanies(dot)com


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