Rebecca Shambaugh

[fontawesome icon=”lock” size=”medium” style=”normal” color=”theme” link=””] MEMBER EXCLUSIVE Rebecca Shambaugh is a leadership strategist and the founder of Women in Leadership and Learning, an executive leadership development program. Shambaugh has over 20 years of experience working with leaders and organizations on culture transformation, communication, and strategic thinking.

Sheryl Sandberg

[fontawesome icon=”lock” size=”medium” style=”normal” color=”theme” link=””] MEMBER EXCLUSIVE You’ve probably already read her best-selling book, “Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead,” but we couldn’t resist adding Sheryl Sandberg to our list of Thought Leaders. As the COO of Facebook and having given a very popular TEDTalk in 2010, Sheryl Sandberg has become a …

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Heather Boushey

[fontawesome icon=”lock” size=”medium” style=”normal” color=”theme” link=””] MEMBER EXCLUSIVE Heather Boushey is the Executive Director and Chief Economist at Washington Center for Equitable Growth and Senior Economist at the Center for American Progress. Her work focuses on employment, social policy, and family economic well-being.

Mika Mayer

The youngest person ever to make partner: the sponsorship effect Mika Mayer graduated from college with a degree in chemical engineering. She later got her law degree and started working at Morrison & Foerster (MoFo) in Silicon Valley. Very early in her career, she began working with a partner who quickly took her under his …

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From Good Daughter to Respected Peer: Changing Influence Across the Career Lifecycle

Strategies that produce effective influence for early-career women (and men) can be less effective at more senior levels. Further, organizations try to identify rising talent by observing how candidates use power and influence—but both the organization and the candidate may make errors that lead to missed opportunities and flawed advancement. This webinar will explore how …

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