As part of our expansion into Asia, The Dream Collective are honoured to have hosted last weeks Leadership Luncheon in Japan at the beautiful Peninsula Tokyo. We’d like to thank sponsors Peninsula Tokyo, ANZ & en world for supporting our vision of empowering more women into leadership.
For information on our February Bootcamp in Tokyo or March Bootcamp in Singapore, visit our Events page here or contact our Head of APAC directly on email@example.com.
As a hotel company, The Peninsula take enormous pride in their reputation as a genuine and caring employer. They take important steps to nurture their staff, foster a diverse and inclusive work environment, and continually grow and develop their own talent. It is their hope that the participants of The Dream Collective are inspired to be bold in their respective organisations, and feel empowered to thrive in the workforce and become leaders.
ANZ believes in the inherent strength of a vibrant, diverse and inclusive workforce where the backgrounds, perspectives and life experiences of their people help them to forge strong connections with all of their customers, innovate and make better decisions for their business.
They’re committed to building a workplace that reflects the communities in which they operate by investing in a diverse and inclusive workforce.
en world is the leading partner providing global talent solutions in Japan and has always embraced diversity, aiming to incorporate the best aspects of both Japanese and Western corporate culture. Diversity, and particularly enabling future female leaders is a high priority for en world’s and its parent company, en Japan’s senior management.
en world firmly believes that creating and cultivating opportunities for all members of the workforce is not only essential to their vision of being the most respected partner in the global talent market, but is of great value to society in general.
Executive panel Speakers (L-R): Managing Director & Founder at The Dream Collective – Sarah Liu; VP of HR at IBM – Zane Zumbahlen; General Manager at The Peninsula Tokyo, Sonja Vodusek; Managing Executive Officer, Marketing & Operations at Microsoft – Mariana Castro; Head of Culture and Talent at ANZ – Charlotte Collins
Young leaders panel: Suntory – Naomi Cormier, Konica Minolta – Riho Kono, Unilever – Shoko Wada