An Event Created by Women Leaders in Northeast Wisconsin
Women’s Leadership Conference
The Women’s Leadership Conference is an all-day professional development and networking event created to provide a platform outside of the workplace to educate, encourage and inspire women to take their careers to the next level. Our purpose is to empower our attendees by creating a community dedicated to helping each other build and enhance amazing careers.
The conference provides a platform for a diverse audience of professional women to receive inspiration and empowerment to achieve their career and personal goals. The conference features sessions, panel discussions and keynote presentations from experienced leaders with content focused on leadership development, career advancement and wellbeing. Attendees have the opportunity to network with other professionals and join in discussions about subjects that are relative to their growth.
DR. LOIS FRANKEL
Dr. Lois P. Frankel, President of Corporate Coaching International, is a bestselling author, executive coach, and an internationally-recognized expert in the field of leadership development for women. She has appeared on Larry King Live, The Tavis Smiley Show, The Today Show, CNBC, and PBS to discuss her New York Times bestselling books, Nice Girls Don’t Get the Corner Office, Nice Girls Don’t Get Rich, and Nice Girls Just Don’t Get It. Her other books include See Jane Lead and Stop Sabotaging Your Career.
Although she is proud of her many accomplishments, none so much as founding two nonprofit organizations, MOSTE: Motivating Our Students through Experience and Bloom Again Foundation: Sowing Seeds of Health and Hope.
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Why Should We Care About Women Leaders?
Having Gender Equality Benefits Everyone
It’s good for women in business to see themselves as leaders and to proactively seek leadership roles.
It’s good for business to draw on the creativity of a diverse staff and recognize the value of women in leadership.
It’s good for families, whether they rely on women as the sole breadwinners or share a two-earner income.
It’s good for everyone, because the more diverse the pool, the more talented our leaders will be.