Join in on a very important discussion that impacts all women in corporations. Women in corporate settings often experience similar hurdles to advancing their careers. In the next event in the 2019 CWCC Corporate Women Series, we'll hear from prominent female leaders as they explore topics that impact women and their ability to advance into higher leadership roles, such as:
Unconscious Bias & Corporate Culture
Lack of Mentorship & Sponsorship
Communication & Inner Voice
This peer group for corporate women meets the 4th Wednesday of every even month (April, June, August, October)
Topic: Break Through The Unconscious Biases that Sabotage Careers
Bias has an impact on careers - on our own, and if we lead others, on theirs. It is nothing new that we all have biases. We are often clearly aware of the ones that are directed at us. But what about those subtle and not so subtle beliefs, messages and attitudes (yep, biases) that are obstacles we don?t even see. This interactive program will look at external and internal beliefs - little things that can sabotage success. We will explore how we hold ourselves back while navigating organizational culture. Participants will gain skills to shift obstructive energy to constructive presence; identify 11 blocks to successful interactions; recognize emotional triggers and understand the element of fear and its impact.
Speaker: Rosalie Chamberlin, Director of Rosalie Chamberline Consulting and Coaching Rosalie Chamberlain is the Director of Rosalie Chamberlain Consulting & Coaching. She is a Leadership Consultant and Executive Coach having worked with a broad range of corporate, legal, government, non-profit and private industries. Her expertise lies in leadership development, creating inclusive organizations and self-empowerment. She is the author of Conscious Leadership in the Workplace: A Guidebook to Making a Difference One Person at a Time.
Rosalie loves helping leaders leverage their own magic to inspire their team's capacity for innovation. She graciously helps organizations redefine what diversity and inclusion means to create sustainable results that puts an employer in the forefront to be an Employer of Choice. She consults with senior leaders to enhance their ability to be more effective. She coaches individuals and groups on leadership development, team building, dynamic relationships, effective communication, giving and receiving substantive feedback, challenging conversations and professional career goals.
Rosalie is a Cornell University ILR Certified Diversity Professional Advanced Practitioner (CCDP/AP) and a certified coach through iPEC (Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching) and the ICF (International Coaching Federation).
Rise Collaborative 730 Colorado Blvd Suite 200
Denver, CO 80206
Parking: There is a limited amount of parking in the designated parking lot. Street parking within the first few blocks of Rise Collaborative is for 1 hour. You can park on 8th, West of Colorado Blvd. with no time limit and a few blocks west and/or east of CO Blvd.
No Cost to Chamber Members
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