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Masterclass: Becoming Less Operational & More Strategic in Your Business

Thursday 16th August, 13:30 – 15:00  BST

The Yorkshire Cyber Security Cluster brings together professionals, students, academics and the Government to nurture our cyber security community and build the local cyber ecosystem.

About this Masterclass

In today’s dynamic business landscape, staying ahead requires a shift from the day-to-day operational grind to a more strategic approach. This masterclass is designed to equip you with the tools, insights, and mindset needed to lead your organisation with clarity and purpose.

Key Takeaways:

  • Recognise the importance of becoming a strategic leader in your business and the consequences of not doing so.
  • Develop a clear understanding of the necessary mindset shifts and skills to transition from an operational to a strategic focus.
  • Explore practical tools and techniques for fostering strategic thinking, including SWOT analysis, scenario planning, and prioritisation frameworks.
  • Acquire effective strategies to seamlessly incorporate strategic thinking into your daily routines and decision-making processes.

Jane Frankland is a renowned cybersecurity leader, acclaimed author, and advocate for women’s empowerment. Her expertise is widely recognised, with references to her authority on Wiki, LinkedIn (Top Voices), and UNESCO.

Besides running her successful company, where she focuses on leadership, brand elevation, and supporting women, Jane actively serves on the board at the Black Hat EU Executive Summit. Moreover, she is a respected judge for prestigious tech awards, including the European Business Awards, NZ Hi-Tech Awards, and Teen Tech.

Jane’s strengths lie in spotting trends, fostering collaboration among teams for mutual success, swiftly identifying root problems, and implementing effective solutions. She is deeply committed to supporting women and has made significant strides through her IN Security Movement, which has provided scholarships to 389 women with a total value exceeding $500,000.

Jane frequently shares her thought leadership and leadership development skills with progressive companies and governments. Her contributions have garnered attention from prominent media outlets such as the Sunday Times, The Financial Times, The Guardian, Forbes, and BBC.

 

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