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


Watch So You Want to Start a Podcast…
The podcasting industry has never been more prolific. From politics to true crime to dating, there’s something for everyone. And, hey, you have interesting ideas and something to say — how hard could it be to start a podcast of your own? Turns out, it’s a bit more complicated than you might think. In this workshop, Rachel M. Ward, a podcast producer and editor with more than …
Watch Women’s Breakfast: Caretaking while WFH
Balancing home life and work responsibilities has always been a challenge, but for most of us, the existence of an office allowed for some (literal and metaphorical) space between the two. With the outbreak of Covid-19 and subsequent shift to working from home, this critical separation crumbled and with it came the boundaries between work, caretaking and self-care. How do you balance virtual schoo …
LMHQ was excited to welcome back Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy for another engaging discussion! Liz and Mollie hosted a wonderful workshop at LMHQ in February 2019 after the launch of their first book: No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions at Work. The workshop focused on how to embrace emotions to be more effective at work and covered topics like creating a culture of belo …
We’ve all seen and heard the countless affirmations that allies are listening and learning. But what does that really mean, and are any of us doing it right? In this course, Jen Jamula and Allison Goldberg of GoldJam Creative reviewed key skills such as acknowledging emotions and experiences, deferring judgment and defensiveness, and asking open-ended questions to learn more in necessar …
Watch Brag Better: Master the Art of Fearless Self-Promotion
Talking about your accomplishments and promoting your work is critical to career success in today's working world. Even the most talented, hard-working professionals can struggle to reach their career goals if they aren't able to tell their professional story and communicate their workplace triumphs. But self-promotion doesn't have to feel gross! In this event, Nisha Chittal, a jo …