Women are finally well represented in supervisory and management positions in most organizations across the country. Yet, despite these visible signs of success, many are finding the road to leadership success rocky. This Lunch and Learn is a rare opportunity to acquire important leadership skills and use those newfound skills to gain the respect of co-workers and those you supervise. It’s filled with insights into the special and often-overlooked talents women leaders can bring to the table and cutting-edge tactics successful women leaders are using right now to make things happen in their organizations.
Fee: WIP members are FREE, $10 for non-WIP members (registration includes lunch and sessions)
Lunch and Learn Schedule
11:00 AM – 11:30 AM – Registration and Networking
11:30 AM – 12:30 PM – Lunch with Keynote Speaker: Noel A. Pinnock Noel A. Pinnock, BS, CA, MPA, CCC, CPM, IPMA-CP, City of Houston
Noel A. Pinnock is a recognized expert with over 22 years’ experience in transforming underperforming companies into positions of prosperity and optimum value. He specializes in strategic, operational, and tactical services. As a national certified public manager (CPM), he has been responsible for overseeing many large-scale municipal and company transformations and is known for his creative and energetic leadership in strategic redirection, motivational speaking, organizational/workforce development, and market repositioning/rebranding.
12:30 PM – 1:30 PM – Learning from the Pro’s Panel Discussion
The panel will provide information and tips to attendees on how to get ahead in their careers, mistakes to avoid, do’s and don’ts of a career woman and how to find a career and personal life balance among other topics.
- How to recognize and eliminate behaviors that hinder your success
- How to address conflict promptly and directly—like a leader
- How to push back diplomatically when requests and deadlines are unreasonable
- How to find a sustainable balance between your work and personal life
Panelist: Kim Jackson, CAPP, Director, Transportation & Parking Services, Princeton University, Emily Mesa Associate Vice Chancellor/Associate Vice President for Administration at the University of Houston System/University of Houston, and Jeanette Rash, President/Secretary- – Milam Street Auto Storage, Inc
Moderator: Liliana Rambo, CAPP, President, Winpark
1:30 PM – 2:00 PM – Q & A and Networking