2011 Executive Women Leaders Webinar Series

In this year-long, six part webinar series, learn proven strategies for leading change, strengthening your emotional intelligence, fostering peak engagement, and advancing your career as an executive. This program is designed for women who are corporate executives and are leading teams and organizations. (Not an executive yet? Check out our webinars for emerging leaders)

 

In every webinar, Kim Zilliox, MA, MBA, Vice President with Women's Leadership Coaching Inc, teaches leadership skills, and invites a senior executive leader to share her experiences, and weigh in with real-world leadership advice. The guest speakers are outstanding women from industry who will share their top tips for career success.

 

Join us to discover what it takes to succeed as a dynamic, inspiring leader.

 

Dates: February 15 (recording), April 19 (recording), June 21 (recording), August 16, October 18, and December 6, 2011.

Time: Tuesdays, 2pm Eastern, 1pm Central, 12 noon Mountain, 11am Pacific USA time, for 1 hour.

 

Creating Peak Employee Engagement

February 15, 2011 (Concluded: register now to receive the recording)

An engaged employee is a fully contributing and fully satisfied member of your organization. What would happen if more of your employees were fully engaged? In this ‘fully engaging’ webinar, discover the preconditions for a culture of peak engagement. Learn practical, meaningful ways to support your people as they reach for their peak performance zone.
 

Guest speaker: Emily Drenis, President, Global NPI & ODS Services at Alcatel-Lucent Enterprise.

Leading Across Multiple Generations

April 19, 2011 (Concluded: register now to receive the recording)
Are you leading effectively with all four generations in the workplace? In this webinar, learn the main distinctions between each of the generations, and tips for working more effectively with individuals from each of them. Hear how it is possible to effectively lead multigenerational teams to move beyond stereotypes and differences to collaborate effectively.
 

Guest speaker: Barbara Clayton, Product Lifecycle at eBay.

Executive Career Paths

June 21, 2011 (Concluded: register now to receive the recording)

“How did you get to where you are?” “What has been your path?” These are two of the many questions we long to ask women who have ‘made it’. Hear how several successful women leaders created their own definitions of success, overcame obstacles, and cultivated career opportunities at the highest levels. Find practical inspiration to put to use as you carve out your own career path.
 

Panel:

• Christi Pedra, Senior Vice President Marketing & Strategic New Business Development, Siemens Healthcare

• Judy Kay, Vice President, Executive Operations and Corporate Strategy, JDSU
• Mary Ellen A King, SVP; Staffing Manager II, Bank of America.

Roadmap to the Boardroom

August 16, 2011

Do you aspire to advance your career into the corporate boardroom at some point in time? This webinar will de-mystify that journey. Learn from the experiences of women who have gone before you: the characteristics they share, and steps they took become sought-after board candidates. Attend this webinar to evaluate board service as a career path or to enhance your general business knowledge about what happens behind those closed doors.
 

Guest Speaker: Dr. Patricia Fletcher, Software Executive, SAP.

Change Leadership

October 18, 2011

When your organization charts a new course in its business strategy, the impact on employees can be disruptive and disconcerting in ways that become costly to productivity and morale. Learn a memorable and practical model for leading others through change that will minimize the pain and maximize the payoff for all.

 

Guest Speaker: Kristin D. Russell, Secretary of Technology and CIO, State of Colorado.

Emotional Intelligence

December 6, 2011

Success used to be measured by what we knew, or how smart we were. But today’s leaders are increasingly measured by how well they handle themselves and their workplace relationships. Learn the key components of Emotional Intelligence used to evaluate executive effectiveness, along with valuable exercises to increase your Emotional Quotient.
 

Guest speaker: Rose Bollman, VPGM Las Vegas Market Unit, Pepsi Beverages Company.

 

*We reserve the right to substitute speakers, and topics, based on speaker availability.

How do we rate? Over 80% of participants have rated our past webinars as 'very good' or 'excellent'.

Frequently Asked Questions: Before registering, read about system requirements, refund policy and more >>  
   

* Single registration $397

Single log-in for the 6-part webinar series.
 

Watch alone, or join with colleagues in a conference room.

Register now for $397>>

 

 

* Corporate partner registration, $2,495

Package of 25 log-ins for the 6-part  webinar series

 

Up to 25 participants may log-in from within your company, joining alone or with colleagues in a conference room.
 

Previous corporate webinar partners include Boeing, Brown-Forman, Google, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Intel, Medtronic, Newell Rubbermaid, Nortel Government Solutions, Northrop Grumman, OSI Industries, Rich Products Corporation, Siemens PLM, Symantec, and a large financial institution.

 

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What past participants have said:

"The women were wow'ed at the presentation and stayed afterwards to discuss the things they learned." - Fortune 500 Financial Institution.

"We did enjoy the program, and look forward to the remaining programs in the series. Apparently our sister locations in other cities throughout the country had similar experiences - great way to start a new year!" - Northrop Grumman.

"... we had a group of people.  I asked them to fill out an evaluation and all but 1 person gave the webinar the top rating of 5 for knowledge of presenters, value of topic, amount of information, meeting webinar objectives, and for the webinar overall.  Yeah!!!!!" - EEO Special Emphasis Programs Specialist, Dept of Homeland Security Headquarters.

"Our webinar sessions went very well yesterday.  We had several hundred in attendance across the US." - Intel

"Thanks for offering these sessions, and for the reasonable price.  It's been a fantastic way for other women in our organization to connect and discuss careers and business opportunities.” – Herman Miller, Inc. 

"I received great feedback from the 18 women who attended at our location." - Fortune 500 Financial Institution.

"Just a quick note to let you know that we really enjoyed your webinar today. We had women in Colorado, California and all over the Puget Sound attend. Thank you again!"  - Large Aerospace Manufacturing Company.

“The ladies at Merkle who participated in today's Women's Leadership Webinar found it to be of great value. We are so appreciative of this series. Thank you so very much for hosting and organizing such a wonderful opportunity.” – Merkle Inc.

 

 
 
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