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Developing a Successful Women’s Leadership Initiative in Your Organization

Tuesday, October 8, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Lauren McNally, Director of AMA’s Women’s Leadership Center, American Management Association

What does your senior leadership team look like?

Do you need a focused effort to promote more women into these roles?

With the rising need to create a workplace culture of diversity, inclusion, and belonging, it is vital to provide the tools, resources, and space for women to prepare for advancement. Discover how to identify the organizational business need for a program that fosters leadership skills and growth opportunities to make a lasting change on the participants and your company’s future.

You will learn how to:

  • Gain buy-in from your organization’s employees.
  • Identify true champions and leaders of your initiative.
  • Overcome common challenges organizations face.

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Presenter

Lauren McNally
Lauren McNally

Director of AMA’s Women’s Leadership Center, American Management Association

Lauren McNally is the director of AMA’s Women’s Leadership Center, overseeing the strategic direction of membership and corporate initiatives including content vision, event development, and marketing strategies. She is energized by supporting organizations that are working to develop women for future advancement through community and meaningful education.

Prior to coming to AMA, McNally led marketing efforts for the National Association of Professional Women and Professional Diversity Network. She graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in visual communication design from the University of Hartford.
 


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  • American Management Association

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