This is the archive video from our Pop-Up call on Leadership Essentials for Women. On this call, Empowership co-founder Cecilia Gorman shared a fresh perspective on essential skills for female leaders, plus she gave action steps and tips for each one.
This is the archive video for our Power Call on 5 essential skills when it comes to Building Trust: 1-on-1, with clients and on teams.
This is the archive call for our Global Call, Own-Her-Ship! A Women’s Guide to Owning Her Career Growth and Results. On this call, we shared how you can take more ownership over your career, better promote yourself and your achievements, and continue moving forward.
We dug deep on 3 key aspects of career growth, such as maintaining stellar performance, continuous learning, and purposeful networking. Download the handout to help work through the lessons we covered.
In this Pop-Up Call Archive, we speak with Gigasavvy’s Beacon of Happiness (yes, that’s her title!), Colleen Okolski. Colleen shared her experience and thoughts on Being Flexible in Your Career and how learning how to be flexible has attributed to her success.
In this Pop-Up Call Archive, we speak with former ad agency founder, author and creator of the special forces consultancy Courageous Brands, Ryan Berman. Ryan talks about what it takes to be more courageous in the workplace as an individual, a leader and a brand and shares his insights from his best selling book, Return on Courage.
Feeling overwhelmed with clutter is a common and understandable problem. Melanie from NEAT Method shares 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.
In this one-hour webinar, Stephanie will walk us through a reimagined negotiation process. She’ll share a powerful model and tools for negotiating incollaboration with others. Although seemingly paradoxical, she’ll show us that by more effectively strengthening our capacity for of self-awareness and empathy, we are more likely to get what we want without the price of uncomfortable conflict. What’s more, in adopting this new way of negotiating both personally and professionally, we greatly enhance the quality of the important relationships in our lives.