BREAKOUT SESSIONS: PANELS | WORKSHOPS
Visualizing Ourselves as Leaders
A select group of women share their foundational stories and discuss how their upbringing, education, and/or culture shaped their view of self
SPONSORED BY AT&T
Women in the Workplace 2017
Chloe Johnson, a McKinsey consultant and manager of the Women in the Workplace research team, will present the results of the 2017 study, produced in partnership with LeanIn.Org
The Power of Women
A panel discussing how women create opportunities and results, both in terms of ROI and society, when represented equally in the workforce
SPONSORED BY PwC
#metoo unpacked: rethinking workplace sexual harassment & how you respond
This workshop helps you understand what sexual harassment is, and how it manifests itself across intersectional identities as well as tactical tools to respond whether you’re a target or a witness
Beyond hashtags and Facebook filters: redefining allyship
Women’s March, #Metoo, Black Lives Matter… there is an urgent need for solidarity across differences in and outside of the workplace. Join this timely and critical conversation to unpack what it means to be a thoughtful ally and empower yourself with allyship best practices!
Cutting Edge Women's Leadership Development
Based on the latest research in neuroscience, applied positive psychology, gender research and leadership development, explore science-backed practices deployed by leading organizations to support women to further their career, expand their influence and lead authentically.
Designing Organizations for Equitable Leadership
Leaders in various organizations discuss what an equitable organization looks like and how to create one. This panel is a must for future leaders dedicated to giving everyone a fair shot at success
SPONSORED BY CHEVRON
Women and the higher search for purpose
Women vastly outnumber men in impact-driven careers and roles. What motivates these female leaders, and how have they been able to reconcile their careers with their broader searches for purpose?
SPONSORED BY THE GAP FOUNDATION