Join us at the Inaugural Leadercast Women event
Thursday, October 5, 2017
Becoming a great leader is an ongoing process, and often starts with open dialogue – discussing and defining what makes great leadership. And while the core values and behaviors of Leaders Worth Following are certainly not gender-specific, women often face unique life decisions and organizational challenges.
It’s an important conversation; while women hold less than 4% of CEO positions worldwide, studies show that organizations are more effective when men and women have a leadership voice. Women bring different viewpoints and insights, which lead to more problem solving, strategizing, and team building.
Are You Aware of Your Unique Perspective?
We invite you to join us at Leadercast Women on Thursday, October 5, 2017. Hear from many of the most inspiring women in the world. Engage in thought-provoking dialogue. Discover strategies and relevant takeaways for honing your purpose; distributing work-life priorities; leveraging your value; and maximizing your gifts and contributions. We are excited to bring you this new event, where women will connect, learn and develop in a customized environment. Bring your friends, your colleagues, your aspirations, your fears, and your frustrations, and be ready for a day of development and inspiration.
Two of this year’s speakers include Dr. Neeta Bhushan, Founder of Global GRIT Institute, Speaker & Author, and Laura Vanderkam, Speaker & Author.
Dr, Neeta Bhushan is an emotional intelligence advocate, international speaker, host of the Revolutionary Leadership Podcast, founder of the Global GRIT Institute, and author of Emotional Grit: 8 Steps to Master Your Emotions, Transform Your Thoughts & Change Your World. Neeta’s personal journey and how she overcame extraordinary adversity inspired her to leave her traditional career as a successful but unfulfilled dentist to embark upon a life of global advocacy, championing emotional awareness and new thought leadership.
Laura Vanderkam questions the status quo and helps people rediscover their true passions and beliefs in pursuit of more meaningful lives. She is the best-selling author of several time management and productivity books, including I Know How She Does It, What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast, and 168 Hours. She is a frequent contributor to Fast Company, Fortune, USA Today, and The Wall Street Journal.
For more details, visit www.leadercast.com.