Massachusetts Conference for Women board member Karen Kaplan was recently named CEO of Hill Holliday, one of the top advertising agencies in the country. We caught up with Karen just after this exciting announcement to ask her a few questions about her career path and who inspired her along the way. Scroll down to listen to the full interview. (more…)
In our free teleclass on April 24, Julie Shifman of Act Three discussed how to use small-stepping to reach your goals, avoiding the hopelessness and discouragement that often come when facing a big challenge. Scroll down to listen to the 30-minute call.
Speaker: Mel Robbins, relationship expert, best-selling author and host, A&E’s “Monster In-Laws”
Radio host, TV personality and Common Sense Activist Mel Robbins will introduce you to the “5 Second Rule.” She offers tools and tips for how you can make easy changes to improve your daily routine – including sleep, diet, exercise, sex and managing your to-do lists and inboxes. Using a great blend of humor and practical advice, you will walk away ready to change your life, take control and be healthier and happier – in 5 SECONDS FLAT.
Host: Elizabeth Comeau, senior health & wellness producer, Boston.com
Branded by: Boston Globe
“How do you want to feel? What are you going to do today, this week, this quarter, this year to generate your core desired feelings?”
In our March 27, 2013 teleclass, Danielle, author of The Fire Starter Sessions, business strategist and inspirational speaker, discussed the idealogy of goal-setting and how to identify your core desired feelings: what she calls “Desire Mapping.” She explains how intentions affect goal-setting and walks through a brief desire mapping process. (more…)
Speaker: Vernà Myers, nationally recognized expert and author, Moving Diversity Forward
We have all had those moments when we feel like we have communicated something carefully, only to be met with blank stares or even worse, ruffled feathers. In this session, Vernà Myers, a nationally recognized expert and author of Moving Diversity Forward, will teach us how to go from well-meaning to well-doing in our efforts to communicate inclusively. From race to gender and generation, Myers brings a wealth of knowledge about effective communication strategies.
Host: Beth Carlson, vice president, global talent development and learning, human resources, Raytheon Company
Branded by: Raytheon