Kick Some Glass: Jennifer Martineau, the Center for Creative Leadership's Senior Vice President for Research, Evaluation, and Societal Advancement, (co-authored with Portia R. Mount) of the book: Kick Some Glass:10 Ways Women Succeed at Work on Their Own Terms. Whether you’re stuck in middle management, stalled in mid-career, or mulling over a major career change, sometimes the proverbial glass ceiling feels very real indeed―a barrier keeping you from fulfilling your potential. This evening will share research-based lessons from the Kick Some Glass book to empower you to break through your glass ceiling and guide you toward understanding your context and uncovering what you really want, what your definition of success is, what your values are, and how to set the goals to reach your potential.
Key takeaways include tips to:
- Live your intention and design a meaningful life at any stage
- Get comfortable with your personal power and understand what it means
- Decide if it’s time to reinvent your career―and prepare for your next move
- Create your own definition of success―and make it happen for you
Drawing on stories of leaders from both business and social change during a very exclusive Watermark evening, Jennifer will walk through the common steps that all successful movement starters take from creating a clear & compelling vision, to mobilizing people around that vision, navigating criticism, and leveraging the naysayers. Whether you're at a startup or a Fortune 500 company, are championing a cause internally at your organization or fighting for change in your broader community, Jennifer will show that everyone has the power to be a movement starter and change the world.
Book signings will be at the end of the evening, with books available for purchase on-site.
About Jennifer Martineau
With more than 25 years of experience in the leadership development field, Jennifer has served leaders, organizations, and communities globally including healthcare, government, military, educational, community leadership, pharmaceuticals, and energy. Through organizational change, impact evaluation, high impact design, delivery of programs, and research, she brings a deep expertise in leadership research and how to apply it in practical, powerful ways for leaders and organizations. Jennifer serves as the lead relationship manager for highly complex organizational leadership solutions and as lead facilitator for several of CCL’s open enrollment programs. In addition to research and working with clients, Jennifer has led the Center’s development of new strategies and practices including evaluation, product development, and innovation.
Jennifer serves as CCL’s Senior Vice President for Research, Evaluation, and Societal Advancement. In this role, she is responsible for the leadership and execution of our world-renowned research, analytics, evaluation, and societal advancement practices. These critical components differentiate CCL from others in the industry and enable us to extend our knowledge and practice of leadership development across the whole of society, including our efforts to advance organizational cultures to be more focused on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Jennifer also continues to work directly with clients, focusing on women’s and girls’ leadership development as well as transforming organizational capacity for leadership. She has a Ph.D. in Industrial/Organizational Psychology from the Pennsylvania State University
Professional Affiliations andis a member of the American Society for Training and Development, the American Psychological Association, the International Leadership Association, and the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology. She serves on multiple boards and committees locally and nationally.
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Recommended for: Senior Executives; Emerging Executives; Graduate Students; Women; Men