All In Together Campaign DC Launch January 28, 2015 P. 1
The 21st Century Workplace
Lauren Leader-Chivée is the founder and CEO of All In Together—a nonpartisan campaign to reignite the American women’s movement for the next generation. Formerly the president of the global think tank Center for Talent Innovation and founding partner at Hewlett Chivée Partners LLC, she has a unique, data-driven perspective on women’s issues, the future of leadership, diversity-driven innovation and the changing global workplace. Her forthcoming book examines why and how American demographic, gender and cultural diversity is its best yet most underleveraged economic asset.
In addition to her political work, Leader-Chivée advises and has worked with global corporations across industries, including Bristol-Myers Squibb, Genentech, Siemens, Deutsche Bank, Bloomberg, Credit Suisse, HP and many others. Her focus on building differentiated, high-impact strategies for driving business innovation by leveraging top, diverse talent has garnered her a devoted following among a long list of senior executives and has made her a sought-after speaker at a wide array of business, economic and political forums around the world.
Leader-Chivée has written extensively for Harvard Business Review, Inc. and Forbes and her thought leadership has been featured in a wide range of media, including the BBC, Dow Jones, CNN, Washington Post, New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. She is the co-author of Center for Talent Innovation publications Executive Presence, Sponsor Effect UK, The Battle for Female Talent in India and The X-Factor.
Earlier in her career, she advised hedge funds, investment banks and Fortune 500 companies as an independent talent management consultant and as part of the human capital practice at Booz & Company. She was vice president of human resources at OfficeTiger, helping build it from start-up to sector leader. She has also held leadership roles at Credit Suisse and Pfizer.
She is a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations and a graduate of Barnard College.
To book Lauren Leader-Chivee call Executive Speakers Bureau at 901-754-9404.
In a globalized world innovation is more than finding a boy genius. Where there is a collision of diverse individuals and leaders who know how support them, breakthrough market insight and innovations can thrive.
In this thought-provoking presentation, you will learn:
- What we have to loose
- An (un)level playing field
- The diverse marketplace
- Acquired diversity
- How diversity drives growth and innovation
Across industry and sector professional women are facing a thick glass ceiling. Breaking it requires more than leaning in. It requires a full understanding of what it really takes to get ahead and the ability to build sponsors to help break through.
In this presentation, Lauren shares her expertise on:
- The glass ceiling can’t be explained in any of the standard ways
- Relationship capital/ sponsorship is the most important reason women aren’t breaking through
- Enlisting sponsors measurably impacts women’s progression
- Understanding and mastering the rules of the game
The Future Leader
A majority of leaders describe themselves as command and control or hierarchal but the vast majority of professionals, especially millennial, women, minorities are looking for more inclusive, collaborative leaders. Today it’s connect and inspire not command and control that wins the talent wars.
Audiences will gain from Lauren’s insight on:
- The global talent pool has profoundly changed and the change is permanent
- Most organizations are led in ways that are no longer effective
- To lead across gender, generation and culture leaders much find ways to connect and inspire
- How to do that may just be the most pressing leadership issue of our time
Leadership/ Executive Presence
About 30% of success at work is the extent to which individuals demonstrate leadership/executive presence yet no one can define what that means! Cracking the code, mastering the rules yet remaining authentic is critical to impact, agency and success.
In this presentation, Lauren provides insight on:
- Universal elements of Executive Presence include gravitas, communications and appearance
- Each of these are complex must can be mastered through focus, observation and feedback
- Leveraging data on what makes Executive Presence empowers individuals with the strategies they need to get it right.
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