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NEW Summit Speaker Series

Location
Virtual
Who Should Attend

NEW Members

Description

This webinar series features speakers from our NEW Leadership Summit conference event. If you couldn’t attend Summit, you’ll get an opportunity to be exposed to some inspirational thought leadership. If you did attend, you’ll be exposed to fresh content and ideas.

Webinars are free and open to members only. Not a member? JOIN NEW NOW

Register: Click the titles of the webinar to register for an upcoming event.

Time: Watch live on selected Wednesdays from 12:00 - 12:50 pm CT


Schedule:

March 4, 2021
"Mindset - Owning Your Value (Busting Imposter Syndrome)"
Neha Sampat, Esq., CEO and Founder, GenLead|BelongLab
Women and other marginalized populations often experience Imposter Syndrome as a form of internalized bias. We'll explore this common barrier to true confidence, and empower you with actionable tactics to recognize and address limiting beliefs. 


May 5, 2021 
“Vision - Declare a Bold Vision and Share It” 
Ida Chacon, Marketing Consultant, Facilitator, Executive Coach 
In this game-changing session participants will get a simple, science-backed exercise to play big and accomplish more of what is important – professionally and personally. Leave motivated and equipped to write a bold vision for your whole life that will keep you inspired and focused in the year ahead. 


July 1, 2021
“Inclusion - Just Belonging: Come as You Are” 
Kori S. Carew, Esq., Chief Inclusion & Diversity Officer, Seyfarth Shaw LLP 
In this frame-shifting session, Kori asks us to remember that we have never locked eyes with a person who is not worthy of freedom, of connection, and of belonging, and offers a human-centric way to embrace total belonging and stop bias in its tracks. 


September 2, 2021 
“A Seat at the Table” 
Minda Harts, Bestselling Author of "The Memo"
Drawing on knowledge gained from years of working with and on behalf of women of color, Harts brings her powerhouse entrepreneurial experience as CEO of The Memo to the page and to audiences all over the country. The Memo offers support and long-overdue advice on how women of color can succeed in their careers while building a bridge to shared success for leaders seeking to better engage and retain this critical talent pool.