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Senior Women’s Summit. 2011 Senior Women’s Summit. Welcome : Deanna Kosaraju , Vice President of Strategic Initiatives, Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology Senior’s Women Summit Organizing Committee: Linda Apsley , Director, Microsoft Corporation

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2011 senior women s summit
2011 Senior Women’s Summit
  • Welcome: Deanna Kosaraju, Vice President of Strategic Initiatives, Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology
  • Senior’s Women Summit Organizing Committee:
    • Linda Apsley, Director, Microsoft Corporation
    • Pamela Arya, Vice President, A-T Solutions
    • Nina Bhatti, Principal Scientist, HP Labs
    • Anne Condon, Professor, University of British Columbia
    • Ann Gates, Associate Vice President of Research, UT El Paso
    • Anne Hardy, Vice President, Technology Strategy, SAP Labs
    • Lori Pollock, Professor, University of Delaware
    • Beth Pruitt, Professor, Stanford University
    • Sheila Van Groningen, Vice President, Northrop Grumman
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2011 Senior Women’s Summit

Sponsor welcome:

  • Patricia A. McDonald, Vice President, Technology and Manufacturing Group and Director, Product Health Enhancement Organization, Intel
  • Barbara Holzapfel, SVP and Managing Director, SAP Labs North America, SAP

The 2011 Senior’s Women Summit is generously sponsored by:

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Jo Miller

CEO,

Women’s Leadership Coaching, Inc.

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THEME: SOLUTIONS FOR ADVANCEMENT

What does advancement mean, to you?

Determining my next upwards career move.

Promotion into a leadership position.

Greater opportunities on a national/ international level.

Serving on important committees, showing leadership in institutional initiatives, professional societies.

Skills growth and promotion.

Being successful in my new leadership role.

A more strategic decision-making role.

Increased scope, responsibility and influence.

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“The traditional advice given to women on how to advance is really failing to advance them.”

- Dr. Caroline Simard, VP of Research and Executive Programs, Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology

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The Myth of the Ideal Worker: Does Doing All the Right Things Really Get Women Ahead?

“When women were most proactive in making their achievements visible they advanced further, were more satisfied with their careers, and had greater compensation growth than women who were less focused on calling attention to their successes.

Of all the strategies used by women, making their achievements known – by ensuring their manager/superior was aware of their accomplishments, seeking feedback and credit as appropriate, and asking for a promotion when they felt it was deserved, was the only one associated with compensation growth.”

- Catalyst, 2011

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“There is a special kind of relationship—called sponsorship—in which the mentor goes beyond giving feedback and advice and uses his or her influence with senior executives to advocate for the mentee. Our interviews and surveys alike suggest that high-potential women are overmentored and undersponsored relative to their male peers—and that they are not advancing in their organizations.”

- Why Men Still Get More Promotions Than Women, Harvard Business Review

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PRE-WORK

What top 3 factors do you think are most important to advancement in your field?

  • Women in academia:
  • Accomplishments (paper, patents, etc)
  • Sponsors/Advocates
  • Brand
  • Women in industry:
  • Brand
  • Sponsors/Advocates
  • Accomplishments (paper, patents, etc)
introductions
Introductions

Name

Job title

Goal/s for the summit

Something we would not guess about you.

breakout topics
Breakout topics

Breakouts by topic until 11:45am

Topics around the theme of advancement

Prepare a 30-second overview to present.

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Breakouts: until 11:45 a.m.

Discuss the following four questions as they relate to your group’s topic. Create an action-oriented summary in a single flip-chart page.

Successes: What has worked? How has this topic contributed to your career advancement and success?

Challenges: What recent challenges or roadblocks has this topic presented to your career path?

Brainstorm: What are some new ideas or solutions that could positively impact your career?

Summary: What key insights were gained, and/or what action will you take to move forward?

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“Be famous for something!

Know what is your claim to fame.”

- General Manager, Software Industry.

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What are you passionate about?

What are your skills & talents?

What does your organization and/or industry need and value?

Your career “sweet spot”

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“Be authentic about your own leadership style. Don’t try to change it.

Own it. Communicate it. Put a value on it. Put a brand on it.” - Dr. Rohini Anand, SVP, Global Chief Diversity Officer, Sodexo

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Principal Software Engineer

Turnaround specialist for failing projects and teams

Associate Professor

Grant application specialist

Distinguished Engineer

Builds things that work

Director, QA

Gets things done, a mentor, and a person of influence

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Your brand must evolve as you develop your career

Entry-level brandsValuable contributor. Team-player. Specialist. Go-to person. Subject matter expert.

Mid-level brands Strategist. Innovator. Change agent. People motivator. Project leader.

Senior-level brands Visionary. Leader who develops leaders. Charismatic leader. Quiet Leader.Delivers results.

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Ask yourself:

  • Where do I want to be in 2 years? In 5 years?
  • What brand do I need to become known for now, in order to get there?
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Communicating your brand to others

  • You provide a valuable service. People need to know!
  • Seize all opportunities to educate others about your brand, and how you can help
  • Create your 30-second commercial.
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30-second commercial

  • Name
  • Job title
  • I am known for… (your brand)
  • Come directly to me when you need… a, b, c
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This presentation will be available at:

www.womensleadershipcoaching.com/

ghc11.htm

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PanelLessons Learned in Advancing Your Career

  • Nora Denzel, Senior Vice President, Big Data, Social Design and Marketing, Intuit
  • Jamie Erbes, HP Fellow and Director, Services Research Lab, Hewlett-Packard Labs
  • Ann QuirozGates, Associate Vice President of Research and Sponsored Projects, University of Texas at El Paso
  • Leah Jamieson, The John A. Edwardson Dean of Engineering and Ransburg Distinguished Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Purdue University
  • Moderator: Sabina Nawaz, Executive coach and organizational development consultant; CEO, Nawaz LLC
action plan
Action Plan
  • What are the most important things you’ll take away from today? (‘Aha’ moments, insights, new ideas, goals)
  • What actions will you take?
  • Agree on commitments and make a plan to follow up.