In collaboration with Business Engage, GWII hosted our 2019 finale Leaderwalk. '"View Video
Gauteng Women in Insurance welcomed members to its "Fire and Ice" themed year-end function. with main sponsors Marsh, AIG, Guy Carpenter and Innovation Group, and co-sponsors Associated Loss Adjusters, Camargue, HIC Underwriting Managers, Genasys, Sintelum, One, Constantia Insurance, Chubb and Old Mutual Insure.
Gauteng Women In Insurance (GWII) Continous Professional Development Session, proudly sponsored by Discovery Insure.
Gauteng Women In Insurance (GWII) rallied up the ladies for a Mix n Mingle fun filled afternoon of bowls, sponsored by iTOO, at the Killarney Country Club on 13 September.View Video
The bohemian city chic is full of mystery and full of wonder, humble enough to know she is not better than anybody and wise enough to know that she is different from the rest! For she is unique, like no one that has ever been beforewill come after. 'View Video
In collaboration with Business Engage, this GWII Leaderwalk, themed “The Ultimate Corporate Athlete”, addresses the fundamental need for employee mindfulness and corporate wellness strategies.
Traditional roles in the workplace are changing at an incredible pace. Our current workforce compromises primarily of three generations: Baby Boomers, Generation X and Millennials.View Video
Gauteng Women In Insurance welcomed its members to its first networking event of the year.View Video
Getting together with the ladies for a round of golf is a great way to mix exercise and friendly competition. Anyone in your foursome could potentially win the match. But there also are side games of skill, and luck, you can play during the round. Whether you choose to play for prizesjust for fun, these games add an interesting twist to your day on the links.
GWII rounds off the year celebrating Superwomen
Gauteng Women in Insurance welcomed members to its ‘Everyday Superhero’ themed year-end functionView Video
As we say goodbye to winter and welcome spring, Gauteng Women In Insurance (GWII) rallied up the ladies for a fun filled afternoon of bowls, sponsored by Innosys, at the Killarney Country Club on 24 August.View Video
Unique, out of the ordinary and rare are just some of the words that sum up extraordinary women.
Gauteng Women in Insurance members attended the sushi pop up event at Simply Asia in Boskruin for a fun night of learning how to make sushi.
Nom, nom, nom…
To all GWII members… despite the multitude of fears you may have remember, "she who is brave is free".View Video
Gauteng Women in Insurance (GWII) hosted the Leader Walk on 18 June to nurture the development of aspiring leaders and to help them unlock their full potential.
Gauteng Women in Insurance (GWII) invited members to an event themed "The Ripple Effect" at The Venue in Melrose Arch where a guest panel of speakers shared their stories and the ripple effects thereafter.View Video
Gauteng Women in Insurance (GWII) welcomed members to a special event with one of the most inspiring and energetic individuals, Lee Den Hond on 8 March at the Bryanston Country Club. Emerald Africa and Oakhurst Insurance Company were the main sponsors of the event and additional sponsors Michael Barker & Partners and Aladdin Software.View Video
With this, Gauteng Women in Insurance (GWII) hosted a breakfast with the theme 'A Winter's Tale' at Moyo Zoo Lake with JLT as the main sponsor and Cunningham Lindsay and Old Mutual Insure as co-sponsors. Members were greeted at Moyo Zoo Lake with friendly faces, drummers (sponsored by Hollard) and face painters in Moyo's style.
Gauteng Women in Insurance (GWII) recently hosted its second event for 2016 at Hollards Villa Arcadia. The event was titled Head North for Success and hosted Khanyi Dhlomo, guest speaker who holds a number of accolades and was named one of Forbes magazines 20 Most Powerful Women in Africa aged under 40.
On Saturday 25 July, at the Saxon Hotel Convention Lounge, Gauteng Women in Insurance (GWII) hosted an exclusive brunch with Inga Beale, CEO Lloyd&rsquos of London, who kindly offered up some of her time while she visits South Africa, to spend with a few ladies within the insurance industry.