AMBA Connect: London
26 October 2023
26 October 2023
AMBA Connect events are a series of member-focused, evening events designed to bring together student and graduate members from our ever-growing network of MBAs, MBMs and DBAs around the world.
These events are the perfect setting for future business leaders from AMBA-accredited programmes who wish to meet and exchange insights with like-minded peers, build their professional networks and hear from business leaders, academics, and thought-leaders.
This October, we find ourselves in London, and we invite our members from around the UK and beyond to join us for an evening of high-level discussions, informative expert opinion, and invaluable networking opportunities.
Date and time: 26th October 2023 | 18:30 – 21:30 BST
Venue: Warwick Business School, London, The Shard, 32 London Bridge Street, London, SE1 9SG
Cost: £30 per entry
Warwick Business School is located on the 13th & 17th floors of The Shard, an 87-storey skyscraper, which stands at 306 metres high and is at the heart of the London Bridge Quarter neighbourhood, one of London’s most vibrant districts just minutes from the City.
The Shard was conceived as a building with multiple uses: a vertical city where people could live, work and relax.
It comprises world-class offices, award-winning restaurants, the 5-star Shangri-La Hotel, exclusive residences and the UK’s highest viewing gallery, The View from The Shard, offering 360-degree views.
Well-connected and comprehensively serviced by central London’s transport infrastructure, facilities and amenities, The Shard is a timeless reminder of the power of imagination to inspire change.
Kim A. Page is a communication expert, TEDx speaker and vocal coach who helps professionals increase their impact an influence. With her Right Kind of Loud method, you make your mark, connecting with people in the room and on the screen. Kim’s gift is to make you glow, leaving your audience hungry for more.
Session: Your Voice – Your Power
Why is the voice so connected to our confidence? And how come so many of us don’t like it?
Our voice is the most personal of our communication tools and often, the most powerful. We use it to express our needs, to persuade others and to draw boundaries and protect our dear ones. Our voice communicates beyond the words, and it is an essential part of our leadership presence. Accessing the power of our voice often translates to our ability to own the room.
• Gain awareness of what we communicate with the voice beyond the words
• What is a good voice and what are the vocal elements we can train?
Students and graduates of AMBA-accredited programmes are eligible for free AMBA membership, which provides a range of exclusive benefits.
If you have not activated your free AMBA membership, registering for this event and selecting ‘Yes’ to the ‘Are you interested in AMBA membership’ question, you agree for AMBA to automatically activate your free membership (depending on eligibility) following the event and to begin receiving membership communications.
If you have any questions about AMBA membership please visit our website or contact our AMBA Membership Manager Mellissa Oliver-Jolley.