This year’s conference and agenda is sure to LIFT you. We will be Inspired by our morning keynote, Jen Grace Baron, and we will be On the Edge with our closing keynote, Alison Levine. In addition, we are excited to incorporate some shorter, “Ted-type” talks this year for more topics of discussion. Please continue to check back for a more detailed schedule of speakers for the 2020 Women in Leadership Conference. Also, be sure to follow us on Facebook and Instagram for more speakers, announcements, and our schedule of events!
Lunch and Networking
Understanding and employing mindset principles is important for anyone looking to improve performance. Many who excel in business, sport and in life live intentionally and know their mindset makes a difference in reaching goals and being at your personal best. When a performer thinks about improving they can choose to focus on improving their craft, improving physically or improving mentally. In this session you will learn from both science and applied learning on how to understand the power of our minds and become a high performing outlier. You will learn tools to:
In today’s fast-paced, whirlwind of change, it’s easy to get in the habit of living by a checklist or worse, another person’s agenda. During this brief talk, learn three tips to “Live YOUR Story” to the fullest, bring more value to others, and increase the joy and satisfaction in your life.
For the first time in history, there are five generations working side by side in the workforce. As Gen Z enters the workplace, these multiple generations now spans roughly 69 years, and each generation brings its own valuable perspective shaped by values, environment, and culture which affect behavior, choices and opportunities. So how do we effectively lead in today’s multi-generational workplace? This panel will be a candid discussion about narrowing the generational divide and dispelling myths by understanding the strengths and values of each generation, how to attract and retain talent, and create the workplace of the future through innovation, mutual respect, and intergenerational cooperation.