Women leaders play a vital role in driving our teams and organizations forward during times of crisis. And yet, women leaders are more impacted than ever before—their jobs are more vulnerable, and burnout and unemployment rates are higher for women than they are for men.
The opportunity for advancement is ours to own, and the time is now. Let us introduce you to one of the foundational elements of our Women in Leadership journey, the Inner Critic, and how you can take control of the voice in your head. Supercharging your leadership journey is possible. Take this first step with us and we can introduce you to so much more.
Tune into this pre-recorded, one-hour session hosted by Shannon Bayer and presented by the Women in Leadership Institute.
During this pre-recorded webinar, you will:
- Discover the “Inner Critic” and learn how to identify when and how it is holding you back
- Four tactics for stopping your Inner Critic in its tracks—and learn how you can return to Compassionate Center
- Hear from expert coach Shannon Bayer, who is a keynote speaker at this fall’s Women in Leadership Institute
- Unlock special discounts for the Institute so you can join us this November 2–5, 2021
Vice President, Revenue & Principal Consultant, Linkage, a SHRM Company
Shannon Bayer, JD, is the Vice President of Revenue at Linkage, a SHRM company. In this role, she oversees the team responsible for selling Linkage’s comprehensive suite of leadership development solutions. She partners closely with her team to foster and grow client relationships that are focused on creating the optimal solution for each organization based on their talent development goals.
Shannon also serves in a client-facing capacity as Principal Consultant, where she brings 10+ years of facilitation experience. She is highly regarded as a top-notch facilitator who is ready to respectfully challenge the status quo and take leaders to the next level. Shannon brings an in-depth expertise and a passion for designing and implementing programs focused on advancing women in leadership—and empowering each leader with the knowledge they need to transform how they show up in their role and drive change in their organization.