Carla Harris Gets Down to Business – Makers Profile

Makers Feature of Carla Harris  2016 Women’s Leadership Conference Main Stage Keynote Speaker Click the image above to view a video feature and powerful message from Carla Harris as part of the profile on her produced by Makers – the largest video collection of women’s stories. She shares her aha moments along her professional career and her opportunity to “pass along her pearls” as one of the only female, African American women on Wall Street.
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Four Trends to Watch: Workplace SHIFTS

By Anne Loehr 2016 Women’s Leadership Conference Continuing the Conversation Keynote Session Speaker There are big changes coming to the American workforce. While many organizations are watching the economy, there’s another change — almost a revolution — quietly taking place right under our noses. That change is the massive shift in workplace demographics, with four specific trends to watch:
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SHIFT to Heart Health – A Message from the American Heart Association

By Jennifer Redmond Executive Director, Omaha American Heart Association As the old saying goes, “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.” Today, that applies more than ever to women’s health. That’s why the American Heart Association is urging women to schedule a well-woman visit this February to celebrate American Heart Month. A well-woman visit an annual physical and discussion about your health that all women should get to help identify serious health concerns before they become life threatening – such as heart disease and stroke. Cardiovascular diseases are the No. 1 killer of women, taking one in three
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What can we all do to advance women leaders? The Language of Leadership

By Lori Mackenzie 2016 Women’s Leadership Conference Keynote Session Speaker I developed the talk, the Language of Leadership, in response to the question, “What can we all do to advance women leaders?” Advancing women’s leadership is a complex challenge. If it were easy, it would be done! And the more one knows, the more the issues intertwine and thus, feel inextricable. Understanding that cultural norms shape expectations—our own and those that others have for us—and seeing how those expectations can become barriers, sheds light on the cycle of inequality which has been maintaining the status quo. In the face of
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Generations & Transformations

Video Blog by Curt Steinhorst  2016 Women’s Leadership Conference Main Stage Keynote Speaker Click the image above to view a special message from Curt Steinhorst of the Center for Generational Kinetics. He provides a preview into his research and expertise on the transformational impact of the 4 – almost 5 – generations in today’s workplace. He’ll be sharing more as our morning keynote on April 6!
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ICAN’S 2016 WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE TO CAPITALIZE ON TRANSFORMATIONS FOR THE WORKPLACE: APRIL 6

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 21, 2016 ICAN’S 2016 WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE TO CAPITALIZE ON TRANSFORMATIONS FOR THE WORKPLACE: APRIL 6 Omaha, Neb.—Jan. 21, 2016—In the spirit of the ICAN mission to inspire business leaders to transform the organizations they serve, the 23rd Annual ICAN Women’s Leadership Conference will offer more than 2,400 business women and men a day to capitalize on transformations in their own workplaces, businesses and the communities.
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