For future leadership, look to women. New research shows women outperform men on most executive competencies. Managers of both genders rate women higher than men on a wide range of leadership skills, including communication, collaboration, and problem solving from the new book Women Lead, which includes interviews with 200 women leaders and surveys of more than 3000 male and female managers across multiple industries.
Participants will learn:
- Future Leaders – Why women are well positioned to be our current and future leaders.
- Leadership – Why women leaders will lead the future of work.
- Generations – How younger women are driving new leadership in the modern workplace.
- Gender – Why gender matters less and quality leadership means more.
- Skills – What skills and attributes will help future leaders stay more competitive.
- Future – What steps women (and men) can take to become more innovative leaders.
EARLY BIRD registration through Sunday, November 17
$50 members and guests of NAWBO-SV Members / $70 general registration
AFTER Sunday, November 17
$60 members and guests of NAWBO-SV Members / $85 general registration
All prices include one (1) wine/beer drink from the bar.
Dr. Tracey Wilen-Daugenti is a prominent thought leader on the impact of technology on society, work and careers. She is a visiting scholar at Stanford University’s Media X program and a former Silicon Valley executive who has held leadership positions at Apple, HP, Cisco Systems, and the Apollo Group.
The author of 10 books, Dr. Wilen-Daugenti catalyzes new thinking among business leaders and employees. For her latest book, Women Lead: Career Perspectives from Workplace Leaders (March 2013), she served as principal researcher, examining women’s contributions to the workplace and the economy. She is also the author of a book on technology in higher education and a seven-book series on women in global business.
Dr. Wilen-Daugenti frequently contributes to The Huffington Post, the Examiner, Christian Science Monitor, and other national and international media outlets, including FOX News Live and CBS Radio. She has appeared on CNN and in The Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, Forbes, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, and Wired magazine. She speaks globally on the impact of technology on future careers, 21st Century career development, and women’s leadership.
Dr. Wilen-Daugenti was named San Francisco Woman of the Year in 2002, and was honored by the San Francisco Business Times as a 2012 Most Influential Woman in Bay Area Business. She is a key advisor for Gent & Associates, Just Staff, and Search First, national staffing and outplacement firms.
Dr. Tracey Wilen-Daugenti
Visiting Scholar, Stanford University’s Media X Program
Phone: 650-326-1129, Mobile: 650-353-8945
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