Becoming a leader involves much more than being put in a leadership role, acquiring new skills, and adapting one’s style to the requirements of that role. It involves a fundamental identity shift. Organizations inadvertently undermine this process when they advise women to proactively seek leadership roles without also addressing policies and practices that communicate a mismatch between how women are seen and the qualities and experiences people tend to associate with leaders.
Women’s Leadership Conference is focused on purposeful leadership (encouraging and inspiring the leader in all of us) and networking. Both which are critical for professional women to see themselves as leaders and to proactively seek leadership roles.
Five Levels of Sponsorship
Inspire and Empower the Leader in All of Us
Breakout Session (6)
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|Reserved Table Tickets||8||6||4||2||2|
|Board of Advisors Seat||1||1||1|
|Recognition at Event||X||X||X||X||X|
|Recognition on Social Media||X||X||X||X|
|Exclusive Speaking Opportunity at Event||X||X||X|
|Private Company Keynote (Next Day)||X|
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.
Event Coordinator, A-mazing Events