Hosted by Kristen M. Schwendinger, a senior counsel practicing in Research Compliance, Federal Grants, and Litigation & Government Investigations practice groups at Feldesman Tucker Leifer Fidell LLP. Policies against sexual harassment have been in place for many years. Congress continues to push agencies to do more to prevent sexual harassment in extramural research settings. A public calling for a new rule for government agencies that award research grants could influence change in culture.
Hosted by Dr. Dione (Dee) Rossiter. The ability to highlight your professional strengths, promote your work, and identify and endorse your transferable skills does not come naturally for the majority of us. In order to be seen, promotion is necessary, and self-advocacy starts with you! Learn tips for self-promotion, self-marketing, and self-branding for advancing your career!
Listen here with access code AWIS2020!
Hosted by Kathy McAfee, author and Executive Presence Coach. Communication is no longer a nice to do; it’s now essential in these turbulent times. Good communication and connection NOW will help you and your team get through this crisis, and be in better position for the restart/recovery.
Hosted by Theresa Lina Stevens. You can't get your job done or build a career without a strong network. Many of us know how to collect contacts, but the real value comes from knowing how to develop and leverage meaningful relationships with them. This session provides a new way of thinking about, building and using your network to achieve goals in a way that will feel completely authentic to you, personally. Recorded March 2020
For established executives or young professionals looking to climb the corporate ladder, what you say may not be as important as how you say it. What do you know about how others see you? What do you observe about how you speak? Join us in a webinar presented by Rebecca Linquist, a Silicon Valley voice, speech and executive presence coach to learn tips and tricks of mastering your vocal executive presence.
No one is an island, so working together as a team is incredibly important for the organization and every employee. Working with different personalities, opinions, backgrounds, and values is a challenge in any workplace. Add into that mix, differing priorities and resource scarcity, then Office Politics comes to the fore.
Office Politics should be about creating and maintaining better relationships. Unfortunately, many employees feel the only type of Office Politics is negative. In reality, Politics is about communicating and working with your peers and colleagues in a way that is mutually beneficial.
"Having a seat at the table means having an influential voice in the decisions that impact your work, career and overall business. To do so effectively, you need to know your value, build a powerful network and communicate with confidence and credibility. In this webinar, you will learn strategies for getting a seat at the table, using your seat when you get there, and maintaining your seat for the long run. "-Kim Meninger, Guest Speaker. Recorded September 2019
Mary Abbajay, author of the award-winning, best-selling Managing Up: How to Move Up, Win at Work, and Succeed with Any Type of Boss will help us learn to: Utilize strategies to remain productive and engaged while working remotely, Calibrate virtual engagement practices to enhance your working relationship, Recognize you and your boss’ remote work preferences, Avoid the most common pitfalls of remote work, Accept ownership for virtual career success
Hosted by Elizabeth Bachman. Learn how to polish your presentation skills and learn strategic speaking to get results
NOTE: Only second half of the webinar was recorded, apologies for the technical glitch.
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