Gender Equity

Redefining Allyship to Effect Substantive Change

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For organizations seeking to meaningfully increase racial and gender equity, strong allyship is essential. This webinar will present an in-depth look at what effective allyship looks like. We'll discuss best practices for integrating allyship into day-to-day work, how to hold stakeholders accountable, and other practical strategies for meaningful allyship. Continue reading...

A Generational Wipeout of Mothers’ Careers? The Path Forward Post-Covid

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For a moment in early 2020, women made up over 50% of the workforce. By January 2021, women’s labor force participation had fallen to levels last seen in 1988, more than three decades ago. Recent evidence suggests that women may be returning to work, much of it part-time or gig work, but so much remains unknown. Continue reading...

Networking in a Remote World

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Networking remotely can be challenging. The ways in which we meet people have changed and it can feel awkward to engage or start a conversation virtually. However, it can be incredibly advantageous to the strength and size of our networks because it’s now much easier (and more natural) to interact meaningfully with people from all of over the world. Those you most want to connect with are less constrained by things like travel time or location, and meeting for coffee can take 30 minutes rather than an afternoon. Also, virtual work and engagement aren’t going away anytime soon. Continue reading...

Building Trust and Rapport in a Virtual Medium

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In this webinar, Cara Hale Alter takes the core concepts from her book The Credibility Code and adapts them for virtual meetings. She’ll provide nutrient-rich information on cultivating “Visible Credibility” — the ability to project confidence and competence so that your value is on full display. Additionally, she’ll offer tips for looking your best on video, building rapport through nonverbal cues and establishing expertise by seamlessly navigating the virtual medium. Continue reading...

The Silver Linings Playbook: Moving Forward with Purpose

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This webinar will be a frank conversation about the rapidly-changing landscape of work, specifically how we can take everything learned during this period and institutionalize the good as things settle into a new normal. We’ll discuss flex policies and how to implement and manage flexible work arrangements successfully. We'll share what successful leaders are doing to communicate more openly to allow employees to bring their full, authentic selves to the workplace. We'll also explore how to ensure diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts continue to advance, and don't backslide, during this crisis. Continue reading...

Coping with COVID-19 at Work and at Home: a call with Joan C. Williams and Mary Cranston

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On April 2nd, 2020, we had a call with WLE managers & HR professionals to discuss the impacts of COVID-19 on work. Check out our resource guide, including the biggest takeaways from this conversation and many other tools. There are also detailed call notes available, and a recording of the call below. Continue reading...

Leadership Advice from a Badass

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Join us in conversation with fascinating, influential woman and certified badass Carla Christofferson to learn about her path to leadership and advice for maintaining authenticity. Carla Christofferson is EVP & CLO for AECOM, where she’s a member of the executive leadership team and leads it’s 200+ legal team after being one of the youngest partners at O’Melveny & Myers, where she was for 22 years. Carla is active in the Los Angeles community, sitting on the boards of the LA Library Foundation and the Metropolitan YMCA. She was co-owner of the LA Sparks Women’s National Basketball Association team from 2006 – 2014, & is a former Miss North Dakota. Continue reading...

Effective Communication: Death by PowerPoint

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How many of us have suffered from “death by PowerPoint” when sitting through a presentation with an endless number of wordy, run-on slides? This program will share 5 easy ways that enable you to create a visual experience that your audience finds helpful, engaging and memorable – and you don’t need a graphic arts degree to be effective. Continue reading...

Navigating Bias in the Workplace

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In this webinar, Dr. Tiffany Jana focuses on identifying personal bias through preferences and privilege. By becoming more self-aware, you can conquer fears of the unknown and prevail over closed-mindedness. Participants will learn how to identify and address the systemic and institutional biases to which we are all vulnerable. Dr. Jana will cover how systemic bias is perpetuated in real time and how you, as an individual, can disrupt its mechanisms. Continue reading...

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