Member Log-in 
 

 

Emerging Women Leaders Webinar Series

The Emerging Women Leaders Webinar Series is a year-long, six-part series of webinars blending leadership skills training with advice from guest speakers who are senior-level women leaders. In every webinar:

Hear outstanding women leaders share their top career and leadership tips
Add to your toolkit of leadership skills
Learn proven strategies to advance your career

The webinars are a scalable, low-cost way for corporate women’s initiatives to offer leadership development and networking events. Invite colleagues or your women’s network group to watch with you, and take advantage of post-webinar discussion questions that will be provided. Corporate packages of 50 memberships are also available. 

Cost $188
A one-year subscription includes six new webinars per year with access to more than 35 past webinars, all designed for emerging women leaders—early-career and mid-level women in corporations.
 

REGISTER NOW >>
Already a member?
Log-in here.

Webinar Schedule
Time Tuesdays, 1 p.m. Eastern, 12 noon Central, 11 a.m. Mountain, 10 a.m. Pacific USA time, for 1 hour
Facilitator
Jo Miller, CEO, Women's Leadership Coaching, Inc.

Tuesday, April 22, 2014 | Building Relationships of Trust
Trust is the fundamental building block of authentic workplace relationships. When building trust, it’s the little moments that matter most. Every conversation presents an opportunity to build – or destroy – trust. Learn the dos and don’ts of creating trust and how micro-affirmations and micro-inequities can impact every interaction you have.

Guest speakers: Joanne Collins, Assistant Vice President - International Markets, SCOR Global Life Americas,
and Jody Mahoney, SVP Corporate Partnerships/Business Development, Anita Borg Institute.
Tuesday, June 17, 2014 | Intrapreneurship: Why Your Company Needs You to Lead Like an Entrepreneur
Intrapreneurs are employees who add great value to their companies by thinking and acting like entrepreneurs. Discover the attributes of intrapreneurs, and how to make the leap from employee to intrapreneur. Identify what your organization can do to create a culture that supports and rewards intrapreneurship.

Guest speakers: Nina Bhatti, Founder, Start-up in Stealth Mode and Rebecca U. Harris, Director Center for Women's Entrepreneurship at Chatham University.
Tuesday, August 26, 2014 | Management Methods for Sticky Situations
Have you ever encountered a management situation that left you stuck and floundering? This hour-long Q&A forum addresses sticky situations faced by managers at all levels. Our panel of executives will share management techniques for skillfully resolving a wide range of sensitive subjects and scenarios. Submit your questions for our speakers!

Guest speakers:
Glenda Gabriel, Senior Vice President, Home Loans Executive, Bank of America,
and one other panelist to be announced.
Tuesday, October 28, 2014 | Motivating Yourself and Others
Let’s face it – we’ve all had days where we felt overwhelmed by our workload. Could you use some tips for keeping yourself and others motivated and engaged? We’ll cover how to maintain high performance during stressful times, and ways to bounce back after you hit a wall.

Guest speakers: Toni Pavlovich, Vice President, Support Services, Technical Services, Symantec Corporation and Linda Newborn, Member of the Board of Directors, UnityPoint Health.
Tuesday, December 2, 2014 | Energize Your Women's Initiative
Are you part of a corporate women’s network? Join us with your group to receive ideas, become inspired, and learn best practices for making the most of this valuable resource. We’ll cover how to engage employees and volunteers, work with executive sponsors, and make a difference for women in your organization.

Guest speakers: Christina Roberts of Siemens, Heather Howell of IBM, and Olivia Shen Green of Cisco.
Tuesday, February 24, 2015 | The Language of Leadership
Got something to say? How you say it matters. Carefully chosen words can maximize your impact. Learn powerful phrases for engaging collaborators, coaching others’ performance, managing upward and negotiating resources.

Facilitator: Jo Miller, CEO, Women's Leadership Coaching, Inc.
We reserve the right to reschedule or substitute speakers and topics, based on speaker availability or technical difficulties.

What past participants are saying

“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.

“Our webinar sessions went very well yesterday. We had several hundred in attendance across the U.S.” —Intel

“Well done, great topic, and interesting speakers. Feedback from our group was that people really like the specific stories and experiences shared.” —Coca-Cola.

REGISTER NOW >>

Webinar Recordings
Register now, for immediate access to over 35 past webinar programs, including:

Advancing Authentically
Are You the Invisible Employee?
Alternate Career Paths: Up is Not the Only Way Forward
Ask an Executive
Being Strategic
Breakout Career Moves
Building a Career Around Your Values and Strengths
Building an Influential Brand with Social Media
Communicating Across Boundaries
Communicating Your Personal Brand
Create Your Leadership Brand
Dealing with Difficult Conversations at Work
Leading Meetings
Leadership Presence
Leading Your Leaders: How to Manage Upward
Making the Most of Mentoring
Managing Others, With or Without Direct Authority
Persuasive Presentations
Purposeful Risk-Taking
Resiliency Redefined
Sponsors: Advocates for Your Advancement
Succeeding as an Agent of Change
Take Charge of Your Career Trajectory
The Art of Asking
Transitioning from Employee to Manager
Winning at the Game of Office Politics
Work-Life Integration
Working with C-Suite Executives
Working with Virtual and Global Teams
Your Sphere of Influence

 

 
Privacy Policy: We will never share, rent, or sell your personal information or email address.
Copyright 2014 Women's Leadership Coaching, Inc. 305 2nd Street S.E. Suite 370, Cedar Rapids, IA 52401 U.S.A. Telephone: (319) 365-3200  email