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The Women’s Summit 2011, designed and implemented by Capital Corporate Communications www.capitalcomm.com.my, MALAYSIA
Each year an impressive gathering of more than 1,200 Malaysian professionals as well international and local speakers meet at the Women’s Summit. The Women’s Summit 2011 carried the theme “Milestones to Success Empowerment. Innovation. Passion”. The most recent milestone notched up by the women in Malaysia is cabinet approval of a policy that advocates for at least 30 percent women at decision-making level in the private sector.
The Women’s Summit series has been running for nine consecutive years. It is one of the ‘highlight events’ on the calander of the Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development. It spotlights women and work place issues. Designed and implemented by Capital Corporate Communications www.capitalcomm.com.my, an integrated communications consultancy, the Summit is regarded as a meeting place where women of Malaysia seek to change their statues quo and strengthen their networks. Most importantly the Women’s Summit series creates opportunities for women to be fully integrated into the nation-building process at all levels. Findings of pre-summit focus group meetings and roundtable discussions are compiled into reports. These are then used as a basis for cabinet discussion papers and policies for women.
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“Dinah’s presentations enable lasting transformations. Great stuff !”
“Dinah Bennett was one of the most impressive speakers at the Women’s Summit 2011. In the panel discussion “Milestones to Success: Empowerment. Innovation. Passion.” Dinah spoke alongside international personalities Irene Natividad, President of the Global Summit of Women and Rita Benoy Bushon Chief Executive Officer, Minority Shareholders Watchdog Group.
In her presentation, Innovation for Entrepreneurship, Dinah built a compelling argument for turning women, “the greatest neglected resource” into economic powerhouses ! She appealed to the 1,200 participants to make an immediate change to their lives by asking them to have an entrepreneurial response ie action, innovation, creative thinking, embracing change, taking calculated risks self –confidence, good stakeholder relationship management and an ability to thrive in uncertainty. She concluded her presentation by asking women to think about the one process, practice, method or model in their business or life that they could flip . She then urged them to move forward and make the change. Dinah’s presentations enable lasting transformations. Great stuff !”
Vimala Sundram, Managing Director, Capital Corporate Communications www.capitalcomm.com.my