On this Pop-Up call, Cecilia Gorman gives an overview of the LinkedIn platform to help users of all levels get more knowledgeable and feel more comfortable using the program. She'll give her insights on the most critical sections of LinkedIn and the ways you can better utilize its features to help build a strong network.
Join us for this Pop-Up call on The Nuances of Giving and Receiving Feedback. Learn the nuances in how we give and receive feedback to help you become better at both. From understanding how our bodies physiologically respond to feedback, to learning and avoiding shutdown triggers, to navigating emotions that arise mid-conversation, Cecilia Gorman shows how to truly hear constructive criticism and keep conversations productive.
For our international members, we’re hosting a series of evening (PST) calls just for you. Join Cecilia Gorman as she teaches Living Brave: Steps to a More Courageous You.
We all have hopes and dreams, some we’re consciously striving for, others we may neglect or ignore. There may even be a few goals that, for one reason or another, we can’t find the courage to begin. Being courageous and taking action is extremely challenging when we don’t have the confidence to take that first brave step.
In this call, you’ll learn powerful steps you can take toward a more courageous you, in your career and personal life.
While birthdays are celebrated, rarely are they analyzed on a personal level. The day you were born can play a huge role in how you show up and are perceived in the workplace. When you focus on common traits and behaviors aligned with astrological signs, you'll be amazed at how informative and useful a person's astrological sign can be in developing meaningful relationship with your co-workers, manager or even vendors and customers. Many may be familiar with psychometrics such as StrengthFinders, DISC, Myers Briggs, Hogan Assessments and many more; however, few have explored the richness of a person's astrological chart in uncovering their inner blocks and their hidden strengths.
Building a foundation of strong leadership skills serves any employee well, especially women. In this training call, we'll dive into 3 leadership essentials that are critical to career success. It's not enough to say we need more women leaders, we need to be cultivating them.
On this call, Empowership co-founder Cecilia Gorman will share tips to build your leadership skills–whether you are only a few years into your career or a decade or two, you’ll walk away with a fresh perspective on how to stand out as a leader.
For our international members, we’re hosting a series of evening (PST) calls just for you. Join Cecilia Gorman as she teaches Own-HER-Ship - A Woman’s Guide to Owning Her Career Growth and Results.
Career advancement is challenging for everyone, but women face even greater hurdles. In this call, we’ll share how you can take more ownership over your careers, better promote yourself and your achievements, and continue moving forward.
We’ll dig deep on 3 key aspects of career growth, such as maintaining stellar performance, continuous learning, and purposeful networking.
During this call Heather Lyle, will share insights from her combined training in singing, theatre voice, yoga therapy, human anatomy, and vocology. She’ll help us understand on a biological level, what happens to the voice when it shuts down and provide tools and techniques to dial it back up.
Join us for a Pop-Up call with Colleen Okolski, Beacon of Happiness (yes, that's her title!) at Gigasavvy. In our conversation titled Being Flexible in Your Career, we're talking about how flexibility has impacted her in her early career and what she's done to maneuver the shifts and changes along the way.
On this Pop-up call, we'll hear from Ryan Berman, author, speaker, former Ad Agency owner and founder of Courage Brands about what being courageous really means for female leaders. Ryan's latest book, Return on Courage: A Business Playbook for Courageous Change is the go-to courage instructional manual that helps readers attack and shrink business fears head-on.
He'll share his insights from 3 years researching what courageous brand do and help provide tools for female leaders to develop their own courageous muscles in the workplace.
Feeling overwhelmed with clutter is a common and understandable problem. Melanie Walker from NEAT Method will share her methods for creating beautifully organized spaces that will save you time and money. More importantly, being organized goes way beyond just your possessions, it helps you live your best life.
Why clutter happens and how to stop it.
3 common mistakes everyone makes when organizing.
How to create sustainable organized spaces.
Tricks and tips from the pros.
Join us Wednesday, January 16th for a Pop Up Call with professional coach Abbey Ziv. Abbey is going to share her perspective on Finding Balance & More Energy as a Working Parent.
After working in the fast paced world of Internet Advertising for almost 15 years, Abbey had her first son. Becoming a working mom caused her to stop and ask how does this “working parent” thing work anyway?
Abbey will teach us the 3 G’s to finding balance and more energy amidst the stress and overwhelm of work, family and life.
During this talk you'll learn about:
How to set healthy boundaries
How to say “no” effectively and without guilt
How to maximize your time and energy, so you can increase your impact without burning out
Join us for this Pop-Up call titled Hacking Your Brain Through Focus & Flow. We'll talk with Austin Bauer, a former advertising agency alum, about the myth of multi-tasking and how to harness the power of focus and flow.
Austin, a certified coach and trainer, is the owner of Simple Progress LLC, a training consultancy and leads the west coast branch of Caveday, an intentional work session that uses short work 'sprints' and other strategies to help people get more done in less time.
+ why multitasking wreaks havoc on your brain
+ best practices to harness focus & flow
+ the insights behind work sprints and how to put them to use
Join us for an inspiring talk with author, motivational and TV Host Sebastian Terry, the man behind 100 Things!
Professional Coach Rita Love joins us for this Pop-Up Call on Growing in Emotional Intelligence. As a working woman who became very successful at a young age, Rita soon realized the difference between having business skills and having "human" skills. The critical value of growing in emotional intelligence (EI) became quite clear as she learned about addressing conflict, influencing others, and managing her emotions. She'll share her personal experience and give insights into what growing in EI looks and sounds like for working women.
Points we'll cover:
1. Becoming an active and open listener
2. Learning your own and understanding others' "human" style
3. Communication strategies for important conversations
4. Understanding the perceptions of your interactions
Join us as Elisha Goldstein, Ph.D. shares the key to building a more resilient brain and helps you uncover a more enduring sense of well-being. His approach has been inspired by some of the most current research on neuroscience and resiliency.
In today’s rapid moving world, the demands placed on us can often leave us feeling anxious, overwhelmed and exhausted. The incessant use of digital devices and the constant exposure to information is drastically impacting our performance by diminishing our ability to focus. In addition, distractions promote autopilot behaviors and hinder our capacity for self-awareness and emotional intelligence.
Mindfulness-based techniques enable leaders to train their minds to meet these challenges with resilience, by shifting from reactivity to responsiveness. These practices also heighten our ability to notice patterns of behavior. This allows us the opportunity to determine which habits are supporting our leadership capabilities and which habits might be getting in the way. The ability to cultivate both intention and attention can enhance performance, innovation and creativity while also reducing stress.
In this talk participants will:
Explore the fundamentals in neuroscience to understand basic brain function, emotional triggers and the mechanism of habit loops
Discuss the applicability of mindfulness for busy professionals
Practice simple mindfulness-based techniques that can be easily applied in the workplace to produce positive outcomes and a culture of resilience
Meet the Speaker:
Carolina Caro MS MBA PCC, Leadership Coach | Facilitator | Speaker
Conscious Leaders and Mindful workplaces through a lens that cultivates potential, enhances engagement and celebrates diversity, inclusion and equity to achieve results that benefit the collective good. As a practitioner of Mindfulness for over a decade, she is a firm believer that mastering our mindset is the foundation for success, however you define it. Carolina is a passionate advocate for diversity, which has shaped every aspect of her life. She is proud of her multicultural upbringing as a Montreal native with both Hispanic and Indian roots, fluent in English, Spanish and French.
Her educational background is just as rich and diverse, with an undergraduate degree in Cell and Molecular Biology, A Masters degree in Science (Experimental Medicine), a Masters degree in Business Administration, a professional certificate in acting from the Neighborhood Playhouse School of Theatre in New York, a coaching certification from the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (IPEC) with credentials from the International Coaching Federation (ICF) and a certification as a Master practitioner in Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP).
Her career has taken her from medical research laboratories studying HIV/AIDS and advances in radiation oncology, to sales and brand management positions for top Fortune 100 companies to an array of artistic accomplishments as a member of the Screen Actors Guild‐American Federation of Television and Radio Artists (SAG-AFTRA). Her background, education, professional experience and training in different evidence-based modalities contribute to her unique approach to leadership development.
Carolina is a resident of Pasadena and honored to play a role in developing community leaders, as the leadership coach and facilitator for the non-profit organization, Leadership Pasadena. She also takes pride in serving on the board of the Healthcare Businesswomen Association (HBA) a non-profit organization dedicated to the advancement of women in healthcare.
During this two part event, you’ll get an introduction via video to Spacial Dynamics, from a leader in the field, Heather Lanier. Then you’ll have the opportunity to ask Heather questions live during a Pop-Up call!
During this talk, Tambre Leighn, a certified professional coach and successful speaker who specializes in performance coaching, will help you:
Identify the obstacles that hold you back from speaking with confidence and ease
Share tips, strategies, and tools for breaking through those obstacles
Help you discover the power of your story to advance your career
During this call, Stephanie will talk about the realities of organizational dynamics through the lens of the new science (e.g., chaos theory, field theory). She’ll give us tips for how to fully shift our false assumptions about ourselves, and others, to enable us to have more rewarding interactions and relationships at work, and ultimately greater success and happiness.
Women's Transformation Coach, Gina Farrar joins us on this Pop-Up call on How to Reinvent Your Life in your 40s and 50s. Oftentimes, women struggle with feeling fulfilled and focused as they age, and Gina how to best navigate this transitional decade. She is going to share 4 steps to map out your reinvention and 4 critical how-tos.
Executive coach, speaker, author, and mom, Colleen Hauk joins us on this Pop-Up call on Maintaining a Successful Career AND an Incredible Life. She is going to share 3 critical tips on happiness, personal vision and finding the time to balance career, life, and family.
During this talk you’ll learn an effective, scientifically proven way to deal with daily stress to free yourself to become more creative, innovative and energized!
During this talk, Mischa will share insights and techniques that empower you to harness your emotions for sustainable career advancement.
If we agree with the first law of thermodynamics that says energy cannot be created or destroyed, it only transforms into other forms, then how interesting might it be to consider our creative ideas work in the same way.
Renee Cohen is our guest for this Pop-Up call and she's going to share 5 Top Tips for a Financially Fit 2018. She'll help us narrow down the most powerful things women should know and do with their money.
We've asked Renee to review financial trends and come to the call with her best advice that women may not be aware of. Join us in January and hear from this expert on how to make 2018 a financially fit year.
During this talk, Mary Jo Lorei, will help you explore where you are currently with your relationships to the masculine and feminine energy. You'll learn ways to develop, and strengthen your accessibility of these energies, to maximize your overall professional effectiveness. She'll also de-bunk some of the myths and mis-information on how BOTH of these energies are vital to the workplace.
Pop Up Call - The Art & Science of Peak Performance: The Latest Insights to Improve Your Focus, Energy, Productivity, and Results.
On this call, Dan Nance, top Executive and Leadership Coach (and an ex-IPG Agency CEO) will share insights, tools, and best practices regarding The Art & Science of Peak Performance and the strategies top performers are using to thrive in this new world.
Val Brown is an Emmy winning producer and founder of Visual Bridge Communications (visualbridgecommmunications.com). She helps rising entrepreneurs and professionals capture, share and connect with their audience through the power of story.
On this pop-up call, she's joining us to chat about how the stories we as women tell ourselves shape our career. We'll talk about how stories create momentum or resistance depending on how we use them, the signs we're not telling good stories about ourselves and what's at stake if we don't change.
Sign up link to come.
Do you have a child in high school? Regardless of your child's grade, it's never to early to start planning to prepare for college. Mira, owner of Coach Mira Pathway to College, is passionate about making the college admissions process easier, less stressful and we'll go even to the point of saying more fun and enjoyable. Mira believes with the right tools, information, and support any family can beat the "admissions frenzy". She'll offer insights and tips for each stage of High School leading up to application due dates.
On this pop-up call, Jennifer Herdman, LFMT is joining us to chat about self care and the challenges women have to making the love and care of their own body a priority. She'll talk with us about how to incorporate mindfulness in our daily lives in an effort to make self care easy and manageable.