2012 Emerging Women Leaders Webinar
Women’s Leadership Coaching, Inc. provides a
roadmap for women who want to break into leadership positions in
In this year-long, low-cost program of six
webinars, learn ways to grow and develop as a leader while
building a thriving and satisfying career. Upgrade your leadership
toolkit with techniques to lead, collaborate and
make a greater impact in business, regardless of your current
job title. The program is designed for emerging leaders: early-career
women in corporations. (Are you already a leader or executive?
Learn more about the
Women Leaders webinars series.)
In every webinar, you will hear proven principles
for building a satisfying career, and learn essential skills for
being a leader who makes a difference. You will hear from our guest
speakers, outstanding women leaders from industry as they share
their top career and leadership tips. The webinars are
Zilliox, Vice President of Leadership Development with
Women's Leadership Coaching Inc.
Join us to hear first-hand how to advance your
career, take your 'seat at the table', and
make a larger impact in your organization.
February 14 (recording), April 24 (recording), June 12, August 28, October 30,
and November 27, 2012.
1pm Eastern, 12 noon Central, 11am Mountain, 10am Pacific USA
time, for 1 hour.
Tuesday, February 14,
2012 (Register to receive the recording)
“How can I be more strategic?” is something everyone has thought about, but what does that mean? How do leaders go from being reactive and tactical to thinking and acting strategically? Hear how to create, communicate, and implement strategy. Learn the principles of becoming a good strategist in an individual role, or with teams.
Ellie Pidot, Vice President, Strategy at Medtronic
Sponsors: Advocates for Your Advancement
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
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Sponsors are senior leaders who can advocate on your behalf and connect you with opportunities. Harvard Business Review has reported that high-potential women are over-mentored and under-sponsored relative to male peers. Explore the difference between mentors and sponsors and learn steps to cultivating successful sponsor relationships.
Amanda Martinez, VP Manufacturing Operations - US Grocery at Safeway
Cindy Kent, Vice President & General Manager, Gastro/Urology Therapies at Medtronic
Building a Career Around Your Values and Strengths
Tuesday, June 12, 2012
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Marcus Buckingham said “You grow most in your areas of greatest strength”. By being true to your strengths and values, you can steer your career into a ‘sweet spot’ where you can learn, grow, and succeed with ease. Discover tools for identifying values and strengths, the principles of strength-based leadership, and ways to maintain personal values at work.
Christina Aragon, Director, Strategy, Marketing and Consumer Insights at Rent.com, an eBay company
Sandy Lieske, Vice President of Global Category Support, Serviceability, and Operations at HP
Alternate Career Paths: Up is Not the Only Way Forward
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Your next great career leap forward might not be a step up. Traditionally, career progression meant moving up through a hierarchy, possibly at the expense of rewarding experiences, exploration and enrichment. Hear from women who have carved out unique and non-traditional paths to leadership and rewarding careers.
Liza Cuevas, Senior
Director, Human Resources at
Fitzgerald, Vice President
of R&D at JDSU
Wini Wu, President,
Tuesday, October 30, 2012
With the pressures of technology, globalization, and productivity, the typical workday has encroached upon what used to be considered home life. It’s harder than ever to maintain boundaries. Explore ways to identify the right balance between work and home, allowing you to contribute fully to both. We’ll share practices to manage it all and also how to communicate expectations to those around you.
Jennifer Pope, Vice President, Member Interactions, Thrivent Financial for Lutherans
Shannan Gardner, Partner at Moss Adams LLP
Working with Virtual
and Global Teams
Tuesday, November 27,
Does your job require you to work with geographically distributed teams or peers? Thriving in a global, diverse workplace begins with understanding and appreciating diversity and differences. Upgrade your leadership and communication toolkit to build trust, alignment and accountability in your virtual workplace relationships.
Marie Pettinos, Senior Director, Strategic Business Management at Siemens Healthcare
may occasionally substitute speakers, and
topics, based on speaker availability.
How do we rate? Over 80% of participants have rated our
past webinars as 'very good'
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Kraft Foods, Medtronic,
Newell Rubbermaid, The Nielsen Company, Nortel Government Solutions, Northrop Grumman, OSI Industries,
Rich Products Corporation, Siemens PLM, Symantec,
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past participants have said:
"The women were wow'ed at
the presentation and stayed afterwards to discuss the things they
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.
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!" -
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.