Duration: 1 hour
Whether you’re stuck in middle management, stalled in mid-career, or mulling over a major career change, sometimes the proverbial glass ceiling feels very real indeed―a barrier keeping you from fulfilling your potential. This webinar will share research-based lessons from the Kick Some Glass book to empower you to break through your glass ceiling and guide you toward understanding your context and uncovering what you really want, what your definition of success is, what your values are, and how to set the goals to reach your potential.
Key takeaways include tips to:
- Live your intention and design a meaningful life at any stage
- Get comfortable with your personal power and understand what it means
- Decide if it’s time to reinvent your career―and prepare for your next move
- Create your own definition of success―and make it happen for you
Audience: Motivated working women who want to stop following someone else’s rules and take charge of their own success.
Senior Vice President of Research, Evaluation and Societal Advancement
Center for Creative Leadership
Jennifer Martineau is senior vice president of research, evaluation, and societal advancement at the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL.) She is also a speaker, author, mother, and passionate advocate for women’s leadership, and holds a PhD in industrial and organizational psychology from The Pennsylvania State University.
Vice President and Global Leader of Strategic Marketing
Portia Mount is Vice President and Global Leader of Strategic Marketing at Ingersoll Rand where she leads an enterprise-wide center of excellence designed to promote marketing excellence across the enterprise. A veteran marketer, Portia uses her expertise in digital marketing, social media and brand management to build passionate client engagement. She is a sought-after executive coach and speaks and writes on career and lifestyle issues for working mothers. She holds an MA in cultural anthropology from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and an MBA from Wake Forest University School of Business.