Is there such a thing as "failure"? Rana Nawas, a corporate veteran, writer and host of iTunes’ #1 podcast in the Middle East – When Women Win, doesn't think so.
In this engaging fireside chat, Rana will encourage you to be 'bold' by changing the way that you view the world.
Become more positive and your own best cheerleader.
Why it is OK to 'fail'
How to become more confident
Last year Rana left her corporate career to focus her energy on empowering women and driving gender parity in the corporate world and she started her podcast When Women Win… Currently sitting at #1 in the Middle East, When Women Win is a podcast where female role models and boss ladies from around the world share their inspirational stories and practical tools they used to succeed.
Can't wait to see you all there!
Time: Monday, 25th of February at 7 pm - 9 pm
Location: Capital Club
Cost: 50/aed on the door or sign up to our membership programme.
Join us for a fantastic night of value and new relationships
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About Deals in High Heels:
One of the leading women's networking events in the region, Deals in High is an empowering moment that explores new-age feminine leadership. Featuring inspiring international speakers, Deals in High Heels has had over 1500 women attend our events in the last 1.5 years. Not your transient networking event, we are an engaged community!
About Rana Nawas:
Born in England to a Palestinian father and Lebanese mother, Rana grew up like many Western-educated Arabs facing the dichotomy of liberal and traditional values.
Rana’s education at Oxford University and Harvard Business School gave her a strong foundation to solve problems and negotiate effectively – a foundation which she used over her 17-year corporate career spanning McKinsey & Company’s London Office, the Dubai Government, and GE Capital. Over the course of her career, she led the charge in rewriting policies and helping women rise in their professional and personal lives.
She has spoken in front of diverse audiences on a variety of topics and has been labeled a “thought-provoking”, “fact-driven” and “inspiring” speaker. She also advises a number of multinational corporations on their gender diversity strategies.
Rana is the president of Ellevate Dubai, a chapter of the world’s oldest businesswomen’s network, Ellevate. Rana has been featured in the press, on TV, and on the radio. Her articles have been published in Forbes, Huffington Post, The Tempest, The National, Entrepreneur ME, and Thrive Global.