Dear Soon-to-be Visionary,
I am hosting a telesummit with trailblazing female CEOs who are actively achieving their mission to change the world in their careers.
I know you feel like you are on this planet to achieve a bigger impact in the world, but are not accomplishing it currently. I know you want to find how to LOVE what you do and to get paid what you are worth. I know you are seeking a step-by-step roadmap to help get there.
It is be my HONOR to be of service and bring you 5 visionaries who have figured out the way and will share with you how they made it happen step-by-step.
Topic: Empowering Women to Public Service Leadership
Topic: When Results are Not Enough: Personal Branding Strategies for Getting on the Fast Track to Leadership
Dana is a research-based advocate for talent innovation and women’s leadership change initiatives that produce business results. As a leadership and management consultant she helps companies establish leadership teams capable of tapping into their full range of inner resources – individually InPowered and gender-partnered as a group. She also designs culture-shaping initiatives to integrate leader’s personal styles, corporate brand identity and innovation strategies. The result is improved productivity, profitability and meaning. Certified as a facilitator and trainer in The PRIMES methodologies, and as champion in Lean Six Sigma, she brings a full suite of leadership development tools and insights to every engagement.
Capitalizing on a 25-year business career in marketing/business development, strategic planning, leadership development and coaching Dana has worked for Fortune 100 companies, entrepreneurial startups, government and military agencies and non-profits. A prolific writer, her message of InPowerment resonates strongly with professional women and gender-balanced leadership teams. In 2012, Dana founded InPower Women to speak directly to professional women reclaiming their personal relationship with power to help them step up and speak up more authentically in their leadership capacity. Her articles are featured and syndicated today on InPower Consulting’s Blog, InPower Women, the National Journal, Smartblog/Smartbrief on Leadership, The Glass Hammer and Success in the City and she’s gained warm receptions as a trainer to leadership teams and motivational speaker to women’s groups. Contact Dana, view her speaker’s bio and follow her on LinkedIn, Google+ and Twitter. For full bio and upcoming engagements click here.
Topic: Mindfulness as a Career Strategy: How to Use Centuries-Old Techniques to Lead Better Right Now
Emily Bennington is author of Who Says It’s a Man’s World: The Girls’ Guide to Corporate Domination and the founder of AWAKE EXEC mindful leadership coaching for women. Her work deep dives into what Stephen Covey famously referred to as “the space” between stimulus and response where she challenges professionals to choose intentional, values-centered action. Emily has led training programs for numerous Fortune 500 companies and has been featured in business press ranging from CNN, ABC, and Fox, to the Wall Street Journal, Glamour, and Cosmopolitan. She is also a contributing writer for Monster.com and a featured blogger for Huffington Post and Forbes Woman. You can find her digital sandbox online at www.emilybennington.com.
Topic: Powering Your Leadership Potential: discover the real source of you power and the vital question to ask yourself as the CEO of your career
Named one of the Top 100 Thought Leaders by Trust Across America in 2013, she is known for her ability to bring clarity to complex issues and transform theory and ideas into action and results. With a passion for unleashing the human spirit at work Susan has cultivated leadership and accountability in organizations around the world.
Co-author of The Character-Based Leader, Susan is also an award winning blogger at RandomActsofLeadership.com.
Topic: Be the CEO of Your Career
Natalie Runyon specializes in leadership development, communication skills, and career advancement for aspiring women executives who want to change the world. Her background in male dominated industries working in a variety of different capacities have given her an intimate understanding of the unique leadership challenges women executives face.
She understands what senior women in male dominated industries face — particularly the balancing act between long-term goals and day-to-day priorities in a competitive, complex, and dynamic operating environment. Can women leaders invest the time in creating autonomous, forward-thinking employees and still deliver on immediate goals while thriving in life outside of work. The answer is unequivocally yes. Natalie lives it and enables managers to strike that balance every day. She helps senior decision-makers to flex their strengths, and using simple techniques, to increase their confidence and refine behaviors to maximize effectiveness. Clients see a major payoff in performance.
Natalie’s commitment to the advancement of diverse individuals and groups through leadership development and her experience as a female security professional uniquely make her well qualified for this role. She earned her M.B.A from The George Washington University and her B.S. in International Trade & Finance from Louisiana State University. Before her security career, she spent five years in US Intelligence as an illicit transactions analyst. She is a Certified Professional Coach from the Institute of Professional Excellence in Coaching and has written articles for The Glass Hammer.
P.S. Even if you can’t be there live or the whole time, sign-up here and we’ll do our best to get you a recording of the broadcast.
P.P.S. “By changing nothing, nothing changes.” – Tony Robbins
Each day the calls will be at 1:00 pm ET. If you are not able to make the call LIVE, you will be receiving a link to the audio after it has aired.