We are fortunate to live in a time in history where women are being given far greater opportunities to rise as leaders. With these opportunities is a continued need to help them to develop skills and give them tools to thrive in their roles.
Leadership Advisory Group provides customized development for the following:
New emerging young female leaders
Newly promoted senior level leaders
Teams of women who are moving up within the organization
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This course is not just about leadership or career growth, it focuses on the whole person and all the components of life and work.
This program created space and structure to explore some of the most challenging and important topics related to both work and life. Each topic led to great conversations and activities and forced us to all look at elements of our lives.
I am very grateful for the help and support of this program.
The women in leadership program is not what you expect. You will be inspired to make incremental changes in both your work and personal life.
I am stronger, transformed, and even more excited than ever to seize opportunities in my life.
News and Information from Previous Events:
By: Irene Ortiz-Glass, Founder/CEO, Leadership Advisory Group We were honored to have Nina Simosko, CEO of NTTi3 and John Gurski SVP and GM of SAP E-commerce speak at our women of fast growth session this week. John shared real life stories about the power of defining your brand and getting real feedback to further develop and refine your brand. [...]
By: Irene Ortiz-Glass, Founder/CEO, Leadership Advisory Group Amazing kick off session for our first multi-organization Emerging Women Leaders Session! We explored challenges, got real and honest about where we need to grow and enjoyed incredibly rich dialogue. A special thanks to Patty Hatter, former CIO of McAfee who was our guest speaker and graciously shared her own personal journey [...]
By: Raghav Singh, SPHR, Director, Reporting and Analytics, Korn Ferry Futurestep Hiring employees has typically been a very mechanical process in order to comply with myriad goals like non-discrimination, diversity, etc. Assessments are used in some cases to try and predict performance on the job, based on demonstrated skills or competencies. All of this has some value, but it rarely [...]
By: Irene Ortiz-Glass, Founder/CEO, Leadership Advisory Group Over the last 25 years, I have had the pleasure of coaching and mentoring more than 100 female leaders. Regardless of their level of seniority or years in leadership, the topic of confidence has surfaced in every relationship. Like Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, without confidence women can never truly attain the level [...]
By: Nina Simosko, CEO NTT i3 I’ve spent most of my career in major enterprise technology companies in Silicon Valley. That fact would lead many people to believe that the most important leadership learnings that I use everyday are about technology trends, agile product development, new business models, and innovation practices. I’ll be honest with you – while those are [...]
By: Jennifer Buck I've had the pleasure of coaching women leaders in fast growth, fast paced organizations for over 15 years. Throughout these years, I've seen a range of themes emerge. One of these themes is what I refer to as the " Project Superhero." For a group of women, there appears to be a common pattern of quick [...]