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Four Practices of Successful Women

Date: 12/02/2020

Time: 5:30pm
Where: LMHQ, Virtual,
Fee: FREE

Please note that this event will be taking place at 5:30 PM EST, not 12:00 PM EST.
 
Just because you’re working from home doesn’t mean ambition has to take a backseat. No matter your industry or position, building a foundation for success is key to advancing in your career, inside or outside the office. In this workshop, join Marya Stark and Amelia Newbury of Trajectory Women as they discuss the most important drivers of women's career success and how to steer through common challenges in the workplace. Mary and Amelia will touch upon four key practices:
  • The power of mentoring and community and ways to create it, even in a pandemic
  • The importance of self-awareness and how to cultivate it
  • Navigating the conflict for women between likeability and leadership potential
  • Growing your career through goal setting, understanding reality, thinking creatively about options and picking the best way forward.
 
You’ll come away with the skills and mindset to tackle your next steps, whatever they may be.
 
About Our Workshop Leaders 
 
Marya Stark is the cofounder of Trajectory Women, an organization that creates Women’s peer coaching groups supported by an executive coach. She is also the cofounder and founding President of Emerge America, the largest political leadership organization for women in the US, with 30 statewide programs and over 4,500 alumnae. In 2018, Emerge alumnae represented over 10% of the entering class of the US House of Representatives and state legislative offices nationwide. Mary is the founder of Rep19, serving women in elected office and a cofounder of The Angel Fund, a successful technology angel investing group. She received a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration from UC Berkeley and a Master’s Degree in Applied Statistics from Georgetown University.
 
Amelia Newbury is an Executive Coach and Program Designer with Trajectory Women. She is an accomplished trainer and workshop facilitator focused on team performance, collaboration and culture-building. Previously, Amelia Served as Chief Operating Officer of the Authentic Leadership Institute (now the Core Leadership Institute), a training and development firm affiliated with Harvard University. Prior to coaching, Amelia played key roles in launching and growing five companies from start-up to scaled success.
 
 

 

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