Negotiating Career Moves
Tuesday 16 October
This event is supported by Brand Exchange
In past events, the Careers Group has focused on the gig economy, agility, career management and transformation. Our next panel will discuss what happens next, when it’s time to negotiate a move. We will provide you with ideas on how to structure and approach a career negotiation, items to consider, how to position yourself for the best outcome and we’ll provide advice and tips from our professionals.
Katrina Cruz is Ecosystem Development – Founders Lead at Anthemis Group where she is responsible for developing Anthemis’ ecosystem of venture founding teams, investors and venture capital partners. Prior to working at Anthemis, she was Head of Private Investor Relations at ClearlySo. Katrina read Spanish, Portuguese and Latin American Studies at the University of Manchester before exploring social anthropology and entrepreneurship in the Philippines.
Sarah Galloway (MBA 00J) is a Consultant at Russell Reynolds Associates where she focuses on board and senior level executive searches for privately held and publicly traded firms. Prior to joining RRA, Sarah spent seven years at Bain & Co, where she focused on providing strategic consulting advice. Prior to that, she worked for Helvar and Eurotherm. Sarah received her MA and MEng in manufacturing engineering from Churchill College, Cambridge and her MBA from INSEAD.
Jonathan Plows is Strategic Director at The Gap Partnership. Jonathan is an FMCG commercial leader, who supports clients to realise value through effective planning, preparation, and implementation of negotiation strategies. Jonathan has more than 20 years’ experience in the consumer goods sector, working at various organisations including: Reckitt Benckiser, Premier Foods, Allied Bakeries and Sacla.
Ferdinand Steinbeis (MBA 09J) is Managing Director at von Bülow Education. Ferdi has what some might call a quirky career path. He started out as marketing director and talent scout for Sony/BMG as a specialist for rap music. After INSEAD he joined design and innovation consultancy IDEO as a business designer. Today he runs an education business, helping families find schools for their children.
VENUE Brand Exchange
3 Birchin Lane, London EC3V 9BW
Nearest tube: Bank or Monument
TIME 18:30 for 19:00
COST Members £25 Members’ guests (non INSEAD) £35
REFRESHMENTS Wine and canapés