Archive of Past Events

Events are one of the cornerstones of LMHQ, helping us build a thriving community of some of the sharpest professionals in the City. Take a look at photos, videos and summaries from our past events to get a sense of the programming we've designed to engage the LMHQ community.

Past Events

 

05
Dec
Watch Aesthetic Intelligence with Pauline Brown and Melissa Dalrymple
“Millennial pink”. The rise of San Serif. The comforting same-ness of a Starbucks in Miami or Madrid. The myriad ways consumers experience a brand can have a lasting impact. For more than 25 years, Pauline Brown has acquired, built, and led some of the world’s most influential global luxury brands. Along the way, she discovered that applying the principles of aesthetics to busine …
14
Nov
Ever had to edit your emails for “sorries”? Felt the need to smile or soften your language when asking for a raise? You’re not alone; you’re facing the likeability trap. Alicia Menendez, award-winning multimedia journalist and author of The Likeability Trap was joined by Jessica Bennett, Gender Editor at the New York Times and author of the Feminist Fight Club&nbs …
13
Nov
Watch Pathways to Sustainability in Fashion
Fashion companies are not implementing sustainable solutions fast enough to counterbalance the negative environmental and social impacts of its rapidly growing industry, and, according to a 2017 Ellen MacArthur Foundation report, if the industry continues on its current path, by 2050 it could use more than 26 percent of the total global carbon budget. At LMHQ’s November Women’s Br …
30
Oct
Leadership is a skill that is developed at all career levels. Identifying a personal leadership profile provides the foundation from which individuals can address challenging issues with effective self-awareness on a team, company, or industry level. Taking cues from the Bard MBA program’s Sustainable Leadership curriculum, this session encouraged participants to incorporate their value …
22
Oct
Have you ever left a meeting with no idea of what you're supposed to do next? Believe it or not, that’s you and nearly half of the workforce! In fact, businesses spend an average of 17 hours a week clarifying previous communication (which translates to an annual cost of half a million dollars!). At this interactive training, participants explored best practices for communicating cle …