Leadership expert Rebecca Ann has announced the launch of The Successful Leaders’ Collective, an exclusive networking and professional development community for high-achieving women. Rebecca Ann is a sought after speaker, workshop facilitator; having previously worked with the government and for a top 500 legal firm. With many women wanting to excel in their professional careers, The Successful Leaders’ Collective will provide a combination of high-profile networking, monthly events, panel discussions and exclusive in-person events; including an in conversation event with Kate Spade New York and a workshop on “That Voice Within: Conquering Imposter Syndrome.”
“I’m so excited to be launching The Successful Leaders’ Collective, an exclusive and empowering community designed for high-achieving women. The collection will be a unique haven where women from diverse backgrounds can network, socialise and flourish in their professional pursuits. Having spent many years coaching women to help them unlock their true potential in the workplace and beyond, I know that what they need is more support in navigating the career ladder and progression in their professional life. I’ve designed The Successful Leaders’ Collective to be both a dynamic and supportive environment where our members can connect and learn from like-minded professional women,” says founder of the collective Rebecca Ann.
More About The Successful Leaders’ Collective
The Successful Leaders’ Collective includes a mix of monthly events (including in-person events), professional training in leadership and career development, panel discussion and networking events. All members will also include exclusive perks, such as curated discounts with brands such as Kate Spade New York, a private slack community, exclusive dining events and more.
About Rebecca Ann
Rebecca Ann is a career expert and mentor who specialises in helping women unlock their full potential. She is founder of The Successful Leader’s Collective and a sought-after speaker and workshop facilitator. Most recently Rebecca worked for the UK Government, where she was a strong advocate for equality, diversity and inclusion. Rebecca resides in London, and is on hand to provide expert comment on topics around careers, women in leadership, networking, females in the boardroom and more.