Emerging 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:
The leadership 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 Members include Alstom, Bank of America, Bloomberg BNA, Boeing, CenterPoint Energy, Collins Aerospace, Digitas, Everi, Experian Health, GasBuddy, Genesys, GM, Linklaters, LiveRamp, MetLife, NetApp, ONEOK Partners, Palo Alto Networks, POWER Engineers, Praxair, Siemens PLM, ThermoFisher Scientific, Syngenta, USDA, and Western Digital.
A package of 50 one-year memberships includes six new webinars per year with additional access to more than 60 past webinars, all designed for emerging women leaders—early-career and mid-level women in corporations. Individual memberships are also available.
To register your organization for a corporate membership, please contact Jo Miller.
When faced with an opportunity to take on a stretch assignment, new role, or promotion, what’s your reaction? Be Leaderly surveyed more than 1,500 professionals to find out what it takes to say “yes” with confidence. In this webinar, learn what we discovered—and how you can prepare to step up to your next big career opportunity.
Guest speakers: Shuchi Sharma, Global Vice President and Leader of Gender Intelligence at SAP and Robert F. Solomon Jr., Director of Culture and Engagement, Lowe’s Companies, Inc.
Today, 84% of employees are “matrixed,” working on multiple teams every day. Networks of teams are replacing top-down hierarchies. And the role of a high-performing team player is changing. Are you keeping up? In this webinar, learn to leverage the “magic ratio” of highly effective teams, harness the collective intelligence of groups, and make a memorable mark.
Speakers: Jo Miller, CEO and Selena Rezvani, Vice President of Consulting and Research, Be Leaderly.
It’s time to lose the cape! Superwoman had it wrong. Striving for perfection while juggling many roles is more likely to lead to burnout than to balance. In this webinar, learn practical tools for redefining work/life balance and making it all work for you.
Guest Speakers: Adrienne Burch, Management and Program Analyst in the Office of Civil Rights, Diversity, and Inclusion with USDA APHIS.
Claudia Caryevschi, Global Diversity & Inclusion Program Manager, MetLife
Roderick Wilson, Senior Vice President, Wealth Management Strategy Execution Manager, Bank of America.
In this webinar, hear from speakers who are fired up about cultivating upcoming generations of diverse leaders. Be inspired by how they’re creatively deepening their talent bench and learn the factors to consider as you construct a pipeline to your ultimate role. You’ll find out what behaviors get “high-potentials” noticed – and see how the succession planning process unfolds behind the scenes.
Guest Speakers: Shachella James, PMP, Vice President Technology Operations at CenterPoint Energy, and one other to be announced.
Whether it’s a large-scale disruption or an everyday adjustment to the status quo, becoming a transformational change leader starts with managing yourself and then, leading others. Acquire self-management tools to fearlessly navigate change, and coaching skills to guide and inspire others as they adapt.
Speaker: Selena Rezvani, Vice President of Consulting and Research, Be Leaderly.
Do I really need an MBA to be a leader? Is it a ‘career killer’ to say no to a role with relocation? How important is global experience? Join our candid Ask Me Anything session featuring top executives who’ve seen a thing or two…and bring your own leadership questions! This hour-long Q&A will offer fresh advice on everything from managing critical career relationships to unwritten rules that help you advance. Our panel of industry leaders will share fresh perspectives, but your questions will drive the conversation.
Speakers: To be announced.
We reserve the right to reschedule or substitute speakers and topics, based on speaker availability or technical difficulties.
To register your organization for a corporate membership for the leadership webinars, please contact Jo Miller.
In 2016, 95% of webinar participants surveyed rated the facilitator, topics and the series overall as “very good” or “excellent.” 93% rated the guest speakers as “very good” or “excellent.”
“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.
“Great job with the content and logistics today. I am glad we made the investment.” —CenterPoint Energy
“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
Your corporate subscription includes immediate access to more than 50 past leadership webinars. Register now, for immediate access to these webinar recordings, including:
December 2018 | 7 Steps to Becoming a Thought Leader
October 2018 | The Art of the Ask
August 2018 | How to Sponsor Others
June 2018 | The F Word: Failure
April 2018 | 8 Ways to Transform from a Manager into a Leader
February 2018 | Speak Up and Lead
Questions? Comments? Call us at 319.449.3333 or email us.