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    • Women in Cybersecurity: Is This a Good Time?
      Women in Cybersecurity: Is This a Good Time? Tamara Dull, ‎Director of Emerging Technologies at SAS Institute Upcoming: Apr 18 2017 4:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • It is estimated that women make up 11 percent of the cybersecurity workforce. There’s no question that we need to get more women involved, especially as we move into this Internet of Things era where data volumes are growing exponentially, and information security continues to be a hot topic amongst IT, executive boards, and everyone in between.
      In this webcast, Tamara Dull will talk about why cybersecurity is a good choice for women, with a particular emphasis on what to watch for with the U.S.’ new administration. We can’t afford to sit this one out.

      About the Presenter:
      Tamara Dull is the Director of Emerging Technologies for SAS Best Practices, a thought leadership team at SAS Institute. Through key industry engagements, and provocative articles and publications, she delivers a pragmatic perspective on big data, the Internet of Things, open source, privacy, and cybersecurity. Tamara began her high-tech journey long before the internet was born, and has held both technical and management positions for multiple technology vendors and consultancies, and a non-profit. She is listed in the IoT Institute's "25 Most Influential Women in IoT," as well as the "Big Data 2016: Top 100 Influencers and Brands" and "Top 100 Big Data Experts to Follow in 2016" lists.

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    • Top 10 Laws of Power for Successful Women in Cybersecurity
      Top 10 Laws of Power for Successful Women in Cybersecurity Tamara Dull, ‎Director of Emerging Technologies at SAS Institute Upcoming: Jun 6 2017 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • Have you ever read The 48 Laws of Power by Robert Greene? This bestselling book, with all its fans and critics, reminds us that life isn’t black and white, and teaches us through 48 laws how to live in the gray areas. Interestingly enough, those in cybersecurity should feel right at home in this gray space.

      During this webcast, Tamara Dull will pick out ten of these 48 laws and help draw parallels for women who desire to be more powerful and successful in their cybersecurity (and tech-focused) endeavors.

      About the Presenter:
      Tamara Dull is the Director of Emerging Technologies for SAS Best Practices, a thought leadership team at SAS Institute. Through key industry engagements, and provocative articles and publications, she delivers a pragmatic perspective on big data, the Internet of Things, open source, privacy, and cybersecurity. Tamara began her high-tech journey long before the internet was born, and has held both technical and management positions for multiple technology vendors and consultancies, and a non-profit. She is listed in the IoT Institute's "25 Most Influential Women in IoT," as well as the "Big Data 2016: Top 100 Influencers and Brands" and "Top 100 Big Data Experts to Follow in 2016" lists.

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    • Building Your Career Resilience
      Building Your Career Resilience Christine Brown-Quinn, Career Expert, Author & Thought Leader- Women in Business Recorded: Dec 7 2016 4:00 pm UTC 51 mins
    • Does it feel sometimes like you're being stretched in a million different directions and that you're close to a breaking point? You're not the only one! Unfortunately, this is not an unusual experience given the current business climate combined with our demanding personal lives.

      In today's hyper-busy world it's not only about career progression, but also importantly about career resilience. According to a 2013 Gallup poll, only 13% of 180 million people considered themselves "happily engaged at work." Many studies have confirmed what we know instinctively - being happy and motivated has a huge impact on our effectiveness and resiliency.

      In today’s webinar we’re going to uncover which strategies result in high performance AND well being in our careers and our lives.

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    • Overcoming the Top Challenges Women Entrepreneurs Face
      Overcoming the Top Challenges Women Entrepreneurs Face Monica Smiley, Publisher/CEO, Enterprising Women Recorded: Jun 19 2013 6:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    • As the editor and publisher of Enterprising Women, Monica Smiley has spent the last decade building the national and now global magazine she leads into a strong voice for women entrepreneurs. Founded as the only national magazine published exclusively for women business owners, the print and digital editions of the magazine now reach a million women entrepreneurs in 185 countries around the globe. The company also hosts the annual Enterprising Women of the Year Awards, considered the most prestigious awards program for outstanding women business owners from around the globe. While Enterprising Women began its tenth year in May 2009 serving the women business owner community, Monica has been the president of a magazine publishing and marketing communication business for nearly 30 years, publishing both consumer and trade magazine titles.

      Considered a national thought leader on women’s entrepreneurship, Monica serves on the National Association of Women Business Owners National Advisory Council and is a member of the Women Presidents’ Organization. EW is a founding coalition partner of Women Impacting Public Policy, and she has represented the United States six times as a delegate to the Global Summit of Women (in Morocco, Germany, Chile, China, Turkey, and Greece), a gathering of nearly a thousand women entrepreneurs, women business leaders, and women Cabinet or Ministerial level government leaders from more than 90 countries actively involved in the Peace Through Business program, sponsored by the Institute for Economic Empowerment of Women (IEEW), Monica has served as a mentor in the program for the past four years, hosting women business owners from Afghanistan and Rwanda in her North Carolina home. She founded the Enterprising Women Foundation in March 2011 to benefit the growth of women’s entrepreneurship here and around the world. A recipient of numerous awards, she is a native of Bay City, Michigan.

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    • How to Draw A Circle: The Art of Changing the Conversation about Money for Women
      How to Draw A Circle: The Art of Changing the Conversation about Money for Women Elizabeth Jetton, CFP®, Co-founder of Directions for Women Recorded: Sep 19 2012 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • There is a wave of success stories from advisers who have stepped out of their conference rooms and their role as“expert”, and into living rooms and gathering spaces to assumed the role of “host” and “facilitator” for groups of women coming together (in a circle) to talk about money in a safe and fun environment .

      Women learn and process through conversation. Learn from the research about women’s learning styles. Learn how to organise, lead and benefit from hosting small gatherings of women vs. meeting solely in one-to-one meetings.

      Become ignited and inspired as 30-year veteran, educator and former president of the Financial Planning Association, Elizabeth Jetton, shares ideas that can wake up your practice and bring new purpose and meaning to you and to the women you serve and those you want to serve.

      Financial planning journalist, Bob Veres, suggested in his April 2011 article on Elizabeth, that, ” her work suggests that planners can extend their services in a new and unforeseen direction: helping people achieve basic financial literacy and the comfort level that they need (in order to engage with an adviser and thrive); and advisers can offer a sense of community in a world that is becoming increasingly volatile and unpredictable.”

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    • Why Women Should Speak at Tech Conferences
      Why Women Should Speak at Tech Conferences Poornima Vijayashanker (Femgineer) and Karen Catlin Recorded: Jan 24 2017 5:00 pm UTC 60 mins
    • To grow your career, you know what you need to do: improve your public speaking skills.

      Public speaking provides the visibility and professional credibility that helps you score the next big opportunity. But even more important is the fact that it transforms the way you communicate. Improved confidence and the ability to convey messages clearly will impact your relationships with your managers, coworkers, customers, industry peers, and even potential new hires.

      In this one-hour presentation, Poornima Vijayashanker and Karen Catlin will cover the importance of speaking at conferences and events, along with strategies to get started. They'll share some favorite tips from their book "Present! A Techie's Guide to Public Speaking," along with some embarrassing stories that are just too good to keep to themselves.

      Presenters:
      - Poornima Vijayashanker, Founder of Femgineer
      - Karen Catlin, Advocate for Women in the Tech Industry, Author

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    • The LifeCycle of Engagement of Girls and Women in Tech
      The LifeCycle of Engagement of Girls and Women in Tech Tracey Welson-Rossman, Founder of TechGirlz & Cristina Martin Greysman, Sr. Director, Partner Experience at Sungard AS Recorded: Nov 3 2016 5:00 pm UTC 46 mins
    • At TechGirlz, we've spent the last decade peeling back the onion and found that role models in the workforce will not fix the problem, mentors will not fix the problem, improving the pipeline at college or even high school will not fix the problem. Techgirlz has identified that by engaging girls in technology in middle school via curriculum designed to inspire these girls and delivered by members of the industry, we can actually make headway on increasing girls and eventually women in technology.

      However, what happens when we inspire a generation of young girls to consider technology as a career but don't have a plan to keep them engaged? Once the fire has been lit, how are we planning to keep these girls interested as they weave their way through high school, college and the start of their careers to ensure that these efforts are not wasted.

      In the first half of this talk, Tracey Welson-Rossman, founder of TechGirlz, will discuss the TechGirlz methodology that has successfully lit the technology fire in over 5000 middle school girls. The second half of the talk, presented by Cristina Martin Greysman, Sr. Director, Partner Experience at Sungard Availability Services, will focus on ideas for keeping these girls in the tech pipeline throughout for their entire careers.

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    • Keeping Women In - Part 3
      Keeping Women In - Part 3 Anna Rasmussen, founder of the Open Blend Method Recorded: Mar 4 2015 10:30 am UTC 38 mins
    • Blend in a corporate environment featuring Helen Hyde, Personnel Director, Waitrose

      In this 45 minute webinar you will see previously unseen footage from our November 2014 Keeping Women In launch event. This webinar specifically focusses on one of our guest speakers, Helen Hyde, Personnel Director of Waitrose.

      Our exclusive video footage shows Helen talking candidly about Waitrose, what they do well to Keep Women In and further initiatives they are currently working on.

      Following our exclusive video footage, Anna will host a 15 minute tutorial on ‘Introducing blend to a corporate environment’.

      This webinar is relevant to high achieving working mothers and employers alike. It is highly solutions orientated and full of simple, effective tips for businesses and leaders to support working mothers and ultimately Keep Women In.

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    • Keeping Women In - Part 2
      Keeping Women In - Part 2 Anna Rasmussen, founder of the Open Blend Method Recorded: Feb 18 2015 10:30 am UTC 41 mins
    • Top 8 Blend Elements - Bringing Them To Life featuring Karen Blackett OBE, CEO MediaCom

      In this 45 minute webinar you will see previously unseen footage from our November 2014 Keeping Women In launch event. This webinar focusses on one of our guest speakers, Karen Blackett, OBE. Karen is the CEO of MediaCom and in 2014 she was the first businesswoman to top the Powerlist 100.

      Our exclusive video footage shows Karen talking candidly about her own work / life blend, lessons she has learnt along the way and steps she has taken to improve her unique blend.

      Following our exclusive video footage, Anna will host a 15 minute tutorial on ‘Our top 8 blend elements – bringing them to life’.

      This webinar is relevant to high achieving working mothers and employers alike. It is highly solutions orientated and full of simple, effective tips for businesses and leaders to support working mothers and ultimately Keep Women In.

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    • Keeping Women In - Part 1
      Keeping Women In - Part 1 Anna Rasmussen, founder of the Open Blend Method Recorded: Feb 4 2015 10:30 am UTC 36 mins
    • Introduction to blend:

      Last year Guidant Group and Anna Rasmussen launched a research project called Keeping Women In. We asked 250 high potential UK-based working mothers to tell us about their lives inside and outside of work and specifically what employers need to do to support them to reach their full career potential. The results of Anna’s research are based on the concept of achieving a sustainable work-life blend.

      In this 45 minute webinar you will see previously unseen footage from our November 2014 Keeping Women In launch event – which was attended by 100 high achieving working mothers and influential business leaders. Our video footage shows Anna talking through the background of the research and our key findings.

      Anna will then host a live 15 minute tutorial on ‘How to work out your own unique blend’.

      This webinar is relevant to high achieving working mothers and employers alike. It is highly solutions orientated and full of simple, effective tips for businesses and leaders to support working mothers and ultimately Keep Women In.

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