We host events to inspire and up-skill the women in our community.
Check out what's coming up soon...
The Female Experience of War
COMING SOON | 5:00pm - 6:00pm | £10
Waad Al-Khateab's story is unlike any other. This January, Waad joins BroadMinded to share her incredible story and discuss her deeply moving Oscar-winning documentary, For Sama.
Get what you want everytime you hit send
26.05.21 | 7:30pm - 8:30pm | £11.37
Broadminded is delighted to be joined by Kim Arnold, author of 'Email Attraction' who will teach us how to make every message count.
We are delighted to welcome Silicon Valley entrepreneur Shellye Archambeau, experienced CEO and Board Member, to talk about her brilliant new book, Unapologetically Ambitious.
Difficult Women with Helen Lewis
Well-behaved women don't make history: difficult women do. Feminism's success is down to complicated and contradictory women who fought each other as well as fighting for equal rights. Helen Lewis will join us to talk about these complex women as well as her own journalism career under the 'difficult woman' label.
Returning to Work with Confidence
BroadMinded and Debate Mate designed a course for 'returners' that helps to foster confidence, train you in the skills needed for success in today's workplace, and give you that helpful pre-return boost. Get in touch if this is something that would interest you, as we're keen to run this again for future returners
Broadminded in Conversation with
MP Jess Phillips
Over 100 attendees joined our webinar with Jess, hosted by Hannah MacInnes. We raised a total of £2260 for Women's Aid. Jess was on fire, sharing many an anecdote and insight on her path to politics and life in Westminster.
To buy or not to buy? Investment during a pandemic
After our fantastic investment event with Fidelity back in Februray when the world seemed a little more straight forward, we broguht back Investment Director Maike Currie to answer any questions you have have about what to do with your money now.
Managing difficult conversations at work (and while online)
We were joined by business coach Ranti Williams, who helped to guide us through these challenges and equip us for that conversation we need to have, and come away with the outcome we want.
In Conversation with Pandora Sykes
Broadminded will be chatting with podcaster, journalist and author, Pandora Sykes to discuss her aptly named book "How Do We Know We're Doing it Right?"
In Conversation with Lindsey Hilsum
For three decades Lindsey Hilsum has specialised in covering conflict and refugee movements, combining frontline TV reporting with analysis. Follow link below to read more about her advice for future female journalists, her friendship with Marie Colvin and life on the frontline
In Conversation with Mishal Husain
We were delighted that Mishal joined us in October to talk about her incredible career to date as well as what we can learn from her inspiring and informative book.
Negotation Masterclass with Sue Williams
Sue Williams is an experienced and internationally renowned hostage negotiator, having been the first female head of Scotland Yard's Hostage Negotiation Unit. We've run multiple workshops with Sue and continue to use her invaluable advice.
Balancing kids and your career as a parental team
When it comes to parenting, women still take on the bulk of the load. But many couples are keen to share this more evenly. How does that play out in practice and what are the essential elements?
Taking control of your finances - sponsored by Fidelity
Following the publication of their report on the Financial Power of Woman, we were delighted to bring you an exclusive workshop to equip you with the knowledge you need to take control of your finances
The Return of Race Science
The brilliant Angela Saini will be returning to BroadMinded to talk about her latest best-selling book Superior which explores the murky history of race science and the ways it is being resurrected in the 21st century.
The Power of Privilege with June Sarpong
This November, we were honoured to be joined by June - MBE, broadcaster, author and BBC director of creative diversity. June talked with BM about her new book as well as the work she's done regarding the benefits of diversity for society.
In conversation with Alexandra Shulman
Ex-British Vogue Editor Alexandra Shulman joined us for an evening at Allbright London to discuss her phenomenal career in fashion and publishing as well as ambition, the 24-hour work culture, women and much more.
Schroders CEO on the Future of Women in the City
We all know the city has a long way to go when it comes to achieving gender parity. But what are the systemic and cultural problems at the root of this inequality and how can we best tackle them?
Act Like a Leader and Think Like a Leader
Herminia Ibarra is the Charles Handy Professor of Organizational Behavior at London Business School, and an expert in teaching and understanding leadership.