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What You Can Expect from the Women in Leadership Institute™ | A Special Message from Katharine Panessidi, Director of WIL
This year, everything has changed: With COVID-19 impacting everything about the way we live our lives, we knew that our Women in Leadership Institute™ (WIL) needed to meet the unique needs of women, right now. That’s why, in 2020, WIL is going 100% virtual for the first time in its 21-year history. And, with brand-new keynote-only packages, the Institute is more accessible and affordable than ever.
How can women leaders reprioritize their own professional development at this critical time, while managing to meet the needs of those around them? Leadership development designed specifically for women is one way to achieve this. At Linkage’s Women in Leadership Institute™ (WIL), specialized programming for women identifies the need to balance work with everything else as a key hurdle to advancement, and as an attainable goal with the right skills and perspective.
How Women Can Glide Over the Hurdles to Advancement in the Workplace | 3 Takeaways from My Conversation with Sally Helgesen
Linkage’s Chief Revenue Officer, Maria Howard shares three critical takeaways from her conversation with Sally Helgesen, international best-selling author and women’s leadership expert during a recent webinar on the advancement of women leaders in the age of COVID-19.
With many people fully transitioning to working from home full time, there has been a significant change in workplace culture at many organizations. Here are five ways leaders can create a work-from-home culture that will help drive success.
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Linkage CEO Jennifer McCollum speaks with Patrick Thomas, a reporter at The Wall Street Journal, about our Juneteenth webinar, “Reflecting on Race & Allyship: How to Drive Meaningful Change” and Linkage’s ongoing work to build and support cultures of inclusion at leading organizations.
As we strive to continually engage our teams and organizations during a time of major transition, we all have the power to make video calls tolerable–and perhaps even enjoyable. The first step to meaningfully engaging employees during a time of crisis is to ensure you have the means to thoughtfully reach them. With these quick tips, you are well on your way to making the most of remote technology, and improving the look and feel of video conferences at your organization.
Out of crisis comes opportunity, and strong and effective leadership is a cornerstone of our ability to rise to a challenge—within our organizations, communities, and in our world. The commitments of Purposeful Leadership, grounded in inclusion, become even more important as we all strive to lead in a permanently changed world. We must inspire, innovate, achieve, engage and become in order to meet today’s challenges and tomorrow’s opportunities.
Glennon Doyle has been added to the keynote speaker and faculty lineup for Linkage’s 2020 Women in Leadership Institute™ (WIL) this November 9–12, 2020. Glennon is the author of Untamed, as well as the #1 New York Times best seller Love Warrior (an Oprah’s Book Club selection), and the New York Times best seller Carry On, Warrior. An activist and thought leader, she was named among SuperSoul 100’s inaugural group of “awakened leaders who are using their voices and talent to elevate humanity.”
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