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NEW Leadership Academy Webinar: Class 7
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When: 10/7/2011
From 12:00 pm to 1:00 pm EST
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Network of Executive Women Webinar

Presented by Kim Zilliox, Women’s Leadership Coaching, Inc.

The Network presents a free members-only webinar series to help prepare mid-level and emerging leaders for top management roles in their organizations. These courses will be presented by Kim Zilliox, veteran career coach from Women’s Leadership Coaching, Inc., the national leader in coaching women in business. Members completing all eight classes will be recognized with a special certificate.

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Click the highlighted link located below. You will next be prompted to log into the site with your username and password. Next, click the "Register Now" hyperlink located underneath each webinar series and complete the registration form. You will receive a registration confirmation to the email address on file.





Class 1: October 22, 2010
Career Development: Plan your next career move
Guest Speaker: Helayne Angelus, Kalypso

It is every aspiring leader’s dilemma: You can’t get a higher level job without leadership experience, but you can’t get the experience without the job. In this webinar, learn ways to break out and establish yourself as an up-and-coming leader who is ready to advance within your company. Members only: View completed webinar

Class 2: December 3, 2010
Work/Life: Time to take a self-inventory
Guest Speakers: Helayne Angelus, Kalypso and Cathy Green, Food Lion

It’s time to lose the cape—Superwoman had it wrong. Striving for perfection while juggling multiple roles is a recipe for burnout, not balance. Learn how high-performing women stay energized, focused and balanced. Discover two tools for work-life balance, and research-driven criteria for increasing your job satisfaction.Members only: View completed webinar

Class 3: February 4, 2011
Corporate Culture: How well do you communicate?
Guest Speakers: Barb Hartman, Go Beyond and Marla Thompson, Catalina Marketing

Peter Drucker states, "Self-awareness and the ability to form strong relationships are the key to management success.” Learn ways to leverage your natural communication strengths to be more powerful and successful as a leader. Understand the communication styles of others, and work more effectively with people you previously found challenging. Members only: View completed webinar

Class 4: April 1, 2011
Leadership: Tackle team building–your toughest task
Guest Speaker: Betsy Hosick, Chevron

A leader is someone who makes a greater difference than one person can make alone, and this does not require the authority of a leadership job title. Hear how you can motivate, engage and inspire individuals and teams, regardless of whether they report directly to you. Members only: View completed webinar

Class 5: June 3, 2011
Negotiating: Women as negotiators
Guest Speakers: Margarita Rossi, Johnson & Johnson and Marla Thompson, Catalina Marketing

"In business as in life, you don’t get what you deserve, you get what you negotiate,” says author C.L. Karrass. The fastest route to measurably improving your work performance is to negotiate whenever the opportunity presents. Review common and uncommon negotiation techniques to ask for and get the resources you need to perform at your best and boost the bottom line. Members only: View completed webinar

Class 6: August 5, 2011
Performance/Image: Cultivating a leadership presence
Guest Speakers: Marie Quintana, PepsiCo and Annie Zipfel, Target

Why do some leaders have the ability to walk into a room, and own it? Discover the various facets of leadership presence, and how to build your brand as a leader. Learn ways to project a seasoned, credible presence. Members only: View completed webinar

Class 7: October 7, 2011
Mentoring: A win/win for women
Guest Speakers: Christy Consler, Safeway and Michele Hanson, ExecuInsight, LLC

Mentoring is frequently cited as a critical success factor among successful women leaders. Learn a simple step-by-step process to approach and engage mentors, create win-win partnerships and ensure all parties gain maximum benefit from mentoring relationships. Members only: View completed webinar

Class 8: December 2, 2011
Coaching: Techniques to help you coach like a professional
Guest Speakers: Barb Hartman, Go Beyond and Regenia Stein, Kraft

You don’t need a degree in education to be a great coach. Your business skills, leadership instincts and personal intuition can go a long way. Learn techniques developed by the coaching profession to bring out the best in others.


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