How to Reimagine Networking During a Pandemic (Especially for Women Leaders)

Women's Leadership: Networking during a pandemic

On Demand

Duration: 1 hour

About the Webinar

You might be asking yourself: Who has the time or energy to network right now? We wouldn’t blame you. But paying attention to your professional and personal connections may be exactly what you need to successfully surf the wave of seemingly never-ending change we are all experiencing.

Join our CCL colleagues Princess Cullum, Dana Washington, and Katherine Pappa for a Q&A-style webinar to talk about what networking during a pandemic is really like. They’ll share themes from CCL’s research about high-performing women leaders and their networks, then open it up for an informal conversation. Come with your questions and join your fellow leaders for a candid discussion on this unprecedented topic. 

In this webinar, you will:

  • Explore the importance of networking, especially in our current context;
  • Identify 3 distinct network types and purposes – and assess areas for focus;
  • Be encouraged to leverage this unique moment to your networking advantage; and
  • Participate in an extended Q&A opportunity with our presenters.

We can work with you to develop a custom women’s leadership development program designed to equip women who are already proven leaders with the knowledge and skills needed to have a greater impact and broader influence within their organizations.

About the Presenters

Princess Cullum, Ph.D.

Princess Cullum, Ph.D
Leadership Solutions Partner
Center for Creative Leadership

Princess Cullum is one of our Leadership Solutions Partners, and her focus is on designing and delivering custom leadership programs for managers and executives in a variety of corporate, nonprofit, and government organizations. Building on years of leadership practical application, she connects the leadership competencies desired by client organizations and their leaders with our world-class portfolio of solutions. Princess brings to us over 15 years of global experience in multiple industries including investment banking and financial services, utilities, healthcare, and technology. She is a sought-after expert in the areas of culture and engagement, equity, diversity and inclusion, executive development, learning, physician’s leadership development, and women’s leadership.

Katherine Pappa

Katherine Pappa
Director of Client Solutions
Center for Creative Leadership

Katherine Pappa is our Director of Client Solutions. Since joining us in 1988, Katherine has contributed to our work in a variety of roles, including designing and delivering custom solutions and open enrollment programs. Katherine’s research interests include the changing requirements of leadership, organizational leadership development, and diversity.

Dana Washington

Dana Washington
Strategic Business Partner
Center for Creative Leadership

As a Strategic Business Partner, Dana develops a deep understanding of a client’s respective business and works with them to transcend the typical results of traditional leadership development initiatives. She specializes in building partnerships with world-class clients that include leading Fortune 500 companies in tech, telecommunications, manufacturing, aerospace, and more. For each client, she leads a designated account team consisting of our leadership solutions partners, subject matter experts, project managers, and executive coaches. Together, this team collaborates with the client to design solutions that enable transformation through lasting and sustainable behavior change, helping leaders realize their full potential.

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