In 2014, the WCI launched iWIN to provide support to the learning and development for aspiring young female professionals and to provide the unparalleled networking opportunities with senior market practitioners, which a modern Livery Company like the WCI is particularly able to offer.
In 2021 we reconfirmed our purpose to support the growing momentum of the diversity agenda and believe that iWIN is uniquely placed to support and encourage all female insurance professionals in their development and progression.
iWIN has the support of many senior market professionals, both individual and corporate. It provides a coherent voice for women in the insurance industry, offering unrivalled opportunities for networking, mentoring and targeted learning and development. A key aim of iWIN is to keep skills and knowledge up to date and help prepare women of all levels and seniority for greater responsibilities. This can cover boosting confidence, strengthening professional credibility and being more creative in tackling new challenges.
Topics iWIN have promoted include speed mentoring, digital disruption, using social media in business, women in strategy and leadership, interview skills and insights, as well as the art and value of networking. As iWIN events are open to both members and non-members of the WCI, we provide a window onto WCI activities and membership proposition, as we work hand in hand with the WCI to improve the diversity of our membership.
At a corporate level, iWIN is focused on providing insight to companies as to how they can best promote, support and encourage female talent to achieve their career objectives and ensure that talented employees fulfil their potential.
Our forums have been designed to help young women acquire knowledge and skills which are relevant to their career, while encouraging them to be proactive in taking control of their professional development. iWIN aim in their programme, to provide up to date information on key professional and technical advances whilst balancing this with tools and insights into how female professionals can actively manage and be thoughtful about their own career progression and the challenges they may face on their career journey.
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