Today, more educated and driven women are entering the workforce than ever before, yet many organizations still struggle with retaining and advancing their female talent. After more than 25 years of working with thousands of leaders worldwide, Linkage, a global management consulting firm with expertise in organizational and leadership development, has identified seven areas that often prove challenging for women leaders – and women in general – as they ascend the ranks. The good news is, with practice and purposeful intention, these “hurdles” can be crossed skillfully, and even triumphantly. And they can (and do) help us become the very best version of who we want to be.
Join us for an evening with Laura Stone, Vice President, Lead Strategist and Executive Coach for Linkage’s Inclusive Leadership Practice, and learn how to address these seven hurdles and the shifts you can make, starting now. Laura’s insights into these hurdles will inspire you to fully commit to your own development and identify ways you can lead and advance women in your own organization.
Women Leading in Technology (WLiT) is a program of the Minnesota High Tech Association that works to promote, educate and empower women in technology across Minnesota.