True wealth is about more than just your money. It's about your life and the things you value most as well as the relationships, interests and goals that bring you joy. Putting all of these elements at the heart of your long-term wealth management strategy helps ensure that you achieve the financial future you envision.
Join Erin Beable, Financial Advisor of Morgan Stanley, for an informative webinar designed to help you identify and prioritize your objectives, and then begin to build a personalized plan that helps maximize your probability of achieving the goals you have for yourself and your loved ones, however life unfolds.
We all negotiate a variety of issues and items every day. How do you get what you need without burning bridges? It’s not just “win or lose” – every interaction is an opportunity to build support for your proposals, while developing stronger long-term relationships.
In this webinar, negotiation expert Ching Valdezco shares practical techniques you can immediately apply to get better results and build more effective relationships. We’ll discuss strengths, challenges, fears and how to break through the ‘invisible scripts’ that hold you back.
Does your job come with a big title and great pay – but you're too busy to enjoy the perks that come with it? Does your calendar control you instead of the other way around? Are you feeling alone and anxious about meeting the demands of your role?
Executive Coach and Leadership Strategist Anisa Rashad can help you create a life with more of the things you want and less of the things you don’t? A life where you don't simply strive – you thrive!
Join us for this high-energy webinar and learn to:
Be intentional with your time
Stay off the merry-go-round and resist those who want to pull you back on it
Say "no" gracefully
Manage other people's expectations
More effectively allocate your time so that you plan your projects better
Anisa will share her proven JAMMM process to help you become more centered and grounded and better prepared mentally and emotionally to deal with life’s challenges. You'll leave with real-time strategies and a dose of inspiration to set you on the path to thriving and living a more Juicy Integrated Life (JIL)™.
"You own the time in your life – tell it where to go." – Anisa Rashad
Do you constantly push yourself to raise the bar on your performance? And at the same time, do you wonder how you can possibly sustain this kind of intensity over the long run? Ironically, one of the keys lies in a simple act of kindness – to yourself.
Marie-Jeanne Juilland will share with you the recent research behind self-compassion and, more importantly, simple practices that give you the resilience to make sure you finish the second half of 2018 at the top of your game.
You sweated over the title, worked on weekends to finish the text and at last are holding in your hands the book you have always wanted to write. Now you can sit back, relax and enjoy a job well done.
Not so fast!
In this changing world of book publishing, the degree to which you promote your own book often determines your level of success. That means it’s up to you, the author, to finish the job you started. Part 2 of this webinar series, led by Karen Leland, shows you how to become a star, or at least proficient, at the art and science of book promotion and marketing.
The role of radio and TV
How to get reporters to cover you and your book
The best pitch for producers
Key elements of a book promotion strategy
3 biggest (and most expensive mistake) authors make in book promotion
Have you been toying with the idea of writing a book to build your business or personal brand? Many entrepreneurs and executives have reaped huge benefits from publishing. But getting there is a process, requiring dozens of decisions. Part 1 of this webinar, led by Karen Leland, will show you the pathway to conceiving, writing and publishing a successful book.
The 5 most common reasons why entrepreneurs and executives publish a book
The pros and cons of self vs. traditional publishing
Do you have the content for a book or just an article?
What’s in a book proposal and why you need one
Reasons to hire a ghost writer – or not
The art of getting an agent – or if you even need one
The brave new world of hybrid publishing
How and when you should approach agents/publishers
“Women who accuse men, particularly powerful men, of harassment are often confronted with the reality of the men’s sense that they are more important than women, as a group.”
― Anita Hill, Speaking Truth to Power
Join us for a candid discussion regarding the new era for sexual harassment in the workplace. In this webinar, led by attorney Kelly Armstrong, you'll learn:
• How to identify sexual harassment
• Your legal rights
• What to do if it happens.
Sexual harassment survivors – women and men – need to know how to safely speak up, and know that their raised voices can help tear down systemic barriers to women’s advancement.
California is a leader in sexual harassment protection for employees and provides guidance for progressive sexual harassment policies and procedures. New regulations enacted in 2017 include actual legal requirements for creating a confidential complaint process, timely response, impartial and timely investigations by qualified personnel, documentation and tracking for reasonable progress, options for remedial actions and resolutions and timely closure.
Employers are also required to provide a complaint mechanism so employees do not need to complain directly to their supervisor including a complaint hotline, access to an ombudsperson and identification of the local state agency and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
With the competitive and changing landscape in today’s work environment, achieving career success requires more than just hard work.
Mentorship, sponsorship – and even career coaching – are key aspects of workplace advancement. Look at any top executive today and you'll find any number of allies who have played a major part in that executive's career success.
In this webinar, professional development coach Jackie Welch provides clarity around the key differences between mentorship and sponsorship – and discusses how coaching can play a helpful role, too.
What to look for in a mentor, sponsor and coach
Best practices for approaching a mentor, sponsor and coach
How to structure these relationships
How to parlay these relationships into your career advancement
The value you can – and should – give back
Elevate your career with new insights into these key success ingredients.
The process of becoming a director may seem mysterious and magical – as if an invisible hand takes a few select professionals and gives them a corporate board seat.
This, of course, is a myth. The reality is much more intentional than magical. In fact, clear intention, educated choices, coherent strategy, time investment and flawless execution are all you need to eventually make your director dream a reality.
In this webinar, board expert and Watermark Make Your Mark Advocacy Award winner Olga Mack will address five questions that most professionals have in the beginning of their journey.
Now, more than ever, it is imperative that women be able to comfortably speak their truth. But years of accumulated social conditioning have taken a toll on our energy, creativity, productivity and inner integrity, with Impostor Syndrome and diminished confidence the all-too-common result.
Recent advances in gender intelligence have changed our understanding of how masculine and feminine brains function, clarifying the significant value of the complementary leadership competencies that women bring to the workplace.
In this webinar, Holly Berkley will share exciting data, insights and a process to clear the conditioning, shift your inner experience and free up your authentic voice.
Our #MeToo moment offers new case studies for understanding the impact of bias on our daily workplace experiences and our long-term career roadmaps. Take, for example, this excerpt from recent New Yorker article “The tech industry’s gender discrimination problem”:
"In 2015, a group of female tech investors and executives conducted a survey of 200 senior-level women in Silicon Valley. Titled “The Elephant in the Valley,” the study demonstrated how intertwined, and how pervasive, these kinds of discrimination are. Eighty-four percent of the participants reported that they had been told they were 'too aggressive' in the office, 66 percent said that they had been excluded from important events because of their gender, and 60 percent reported unwanted sexual advances in the workplace. A large majority of those advances came from a superior, and a third of the women said that they’d been worried about their personal safety. Almost 40 percent said that they didn’t report the incidents because they feared retaliation. 'Men who demean, degrade or disrespect women have been able to operate with such impunity – not just in Hollywood, but in tech, venture capital and other spaces where their influence and investment can make or break a career,' Melinda Gates, the co-chair of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, said. 'The asymmetry of power is ripe for abuse.'”
How are these incidents at once prevalent and under-scrutinized? In this webinar, Laura Mather, Ph.D., will dive deep into research findings on the ways implicit bias seeps into our day-to-day decision-making and influences:
1) Who is selected to fill our jobs
2) How individuals are treated in our workplaces
3) Who advances and receives promotions.
Laura will also present solutions that organization leaders should implement to mitigate these kind of microaggressions, as well as strategies for recognizing when you are the victim of implicit bias and steps to combat it.
Forget Type As and Bs. The future lies with Type Rs – the resilient individuals, leaders, businesses, families and communities that turn challenges into opportunities in times of upheaval, crisis and change.
The nature of stress has changed dramatically in recent years. We now live in a world where significant global challenges – including climate change, terrorism and political turmoil – impact us daily, alongside the stresses and strains of our professional and personal lives. This comes atop the pressures we face from the gender stress gap to the gender pay gap to facing greater trade-offs between career and home.
Now, more than ever, dealing with stress and challenges is about developing our own ability to learn, grow and innovate – in other words, creating Transformative Resilience.
In this webinar, Ama Marston, an internationally recognized strategy and leadership expert, explains how we can cultivate Type R strategies and mindsets in our own lives, work, leadership and businesses, and in the larger world as we navigate disruptive change and stress. Her talk draws upon research that spans the personal and professional, the local and the global, and reaches across psychology, neuroscience, business and politics. And, she will explore the keys to success, looking at examples of those who are progressing and thriving while addressing the unique stresses, challenges and barriers, that we face every day.
Navigating the corporate world can be difficult. Surviving vs. succeeding involves an intricate dance of placating the masses and expressing your authentic self. Leadership and inclusion expert Sumayyah Emeh-Edu shows you how to develop and execute a strategic plan to reach your professional goals.
Although skills and competencies are imperative, social capital can be just as important in securing promotions or dream projects. Research shows that increased visibility and amplification of contributions can be the crucial bump needed for seizing opportunities – especially for underrepresented groups.
You will learn the first step in creating an effective plan is understanding your own strengths and value to your organization. Through an inclusive lens, gain perspectives on the unspoken rules of engagement, managing microaggressions and how pay it forward. And learn how garner and rally mentors and sponsors – they're necessary allies in building support.
Have you ever felt that your lack of confidence was holding you back from getting that promotion or higher pay – or from greater joy and ease? Do you wonder how some manage to look and act confident even in the most challenging situations? What's their secret?
You loved Charmaine McClarie at our Watermark Leadership Conference last summer. Learn more as Charmaine unveils those secrets, demonstrates how to turn your ideas into powerful action, shows you how to be seen and heard for the value you add and empowers you to have your best year ever.
Have you ever noticed that there are some in the organization who are “known” for their expertise? Looked to for the tough assignments or discussed for the promotions? How is it that they were able to build that brand for themselves seemingly without ever having to lift a finger? Well, it’s not as easy as it appears.
In this provocative, funny and challenging program, Cindy Solomon will share her take on why some of us get ahead and some of us are held up by barriers we may even create ourselves.
While executive presence is discussed frequently, Cindy’s research shows that it’s actually Courageous Presence that allows many of us to more effectively and quickly build our internal brands and spheres of influence in order to rise up through our organizations.
The three types of Courageous Presence and how to cultivate one to your highest potential
Targeted communication strategies to help you circumvent the normal hierarchy
Micro-mentoring strategies to impact your career both today and tomorrow
So you want to serve on a public board. Now what? What steps should you take? How to you prepare for a board search? These and many other questions and topics are addressed in this Watermark Webinar with Shellye Archambeau, Watermark board member who serves on the boards of both Verizon and Nordstrom.