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Southern Suburbs Networking Event: 21 November

21 November 2017 XWSS

This is a mixed network. All welcome.

TOPIC: Monsters and Tools, Hazards and Talismans: Preparing for your Future

Audiences participating in this keynote, will:

  • Realise how much of the future is in their hands
  • Distinguish between challenges that are internal and under their control to change, and those that are external and where approaches to mitigate them need to be developed
  • Begin to identify tools and approaches that can be added to their tool box for the future
  • Feel empowered instead of intimidated, by thoughts of the future.

Our journey towards the future is inevitable and endless and for many people facing rapid change, it is intimidating too. After years of both experiencing and studying our responses to challenges, hurdles and hazards in our lives, Charlotte Kemp, the Futures Alchemist, has designed a map that prepares the intrepid traveller for the expedition of a life time.

The future does not only contain bright shiny things, like robotics, automation, artificial intelligence and self driving cars. Far more important than these current distractions, are the fundamental principles that we can tap into so that we can anticipate change, prepare for challenges and take advantage of opportunities. This will ensure that our future is one we face with optimism, hope and the start of a real plan.

Companies who fail to consider and respond to the challenges of the future, lose their way in an unknown world, without direction. Their failures are the landmarks for other companies to learn from and avoid.

In this keynote, Charlotte Kemp, Futures Alchemist, takes the audience on a panoramic view of the future, allowing them to identify some of the hazards in their path and to see what tools they can develop to help them get to their destination both safely and successfully.

ABOUT OUR GUEST SPEAKER:
Charlotte Kemp, Futures Alchemist, takes the audience on a panoramic view of the future, allowing them to identify some of the hazards in their path and to see what tools they can develop to help them get to their destination both safely and successfully. Charlotte is a professional speaker, futureist, past Secretary to the Global Speakers Federation and she owns her own speaking and training business with her husband, Richard Mulvey. www.charlottekemp.co.za

BOOKINGS CLOSE 17 NOVEMBER

Registration: 08:00 Tea/Coffee on arrival


Time: 08:30 - 11:00



Investment: R195 via EFT or R220 if cash paid into account to cover cash deposit fee - no cash payments to be made at the door.


Members: R165.00
Marketing Table: Free for Members | R100 Non-Members
5 Minute Member Speaking Slot: Free *only 1 slot available - to be booked*
3 Minute Guest Speaking Slot: R100 *only 1 slot available - to be booked*
Please e-mail us to confirm if slot has been booked
*Should Non-Members want the 3 minute speaking slot & a Marketing Table the cost will be R150 for both*

PLEASE NOTE THAT R5 OF EACH TICKET SOLD IS DONATED TO THE XTRAORDINARY WOMEN CATERPILLAR FUND

A light breakfast will be served followed by Information Session and Networking.

Please e-mail us on This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it for any booking queries.

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@XOrdinaryWomen
@AloeladySA (Chapter Leader)
@CharlotteKSpeak (Guest Speaker)
#XWSS (Xtraordinary Women Southern Suburbs)

Event Properties

Event date: 21-11-2017 08:00 AM
Event End Date: 21-11-2017 11:00 AM
Cut off date 17-11-2017
Individual Price R195.00
Location The Clubhouse at Claremont Cricket Club
We are no longer accepting registration for this event
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