The WIP Webinar Committee commits to organizing educational webinars on a quarterly basis for its member community. Join colleagues and a professional facilitator to learn and discuss subject matters relevant to professional women both from a parking and career development perspective. Contact WIP if you are intersted in hosting a webinar or have suggestions.
All quarterly webinars are free to Women in Parking members. View upcoming and past webinars below.
Webinar Committee Chair: Christina Murray and Jennifer Rentz
March 27 – 1:00 p.m ET
From mobile apps to connected vehicles, technological change is sweeping through the parking and mobility landscape. This not only has implications for businesses and organizations trying to adapt to the changing needs of their customers, but it also massively impacts parking professionals, their employees and their careers.
June 16 – 1:00 p.m. ET
Are you looking for guidance from a seasoned parking professional? Do you have wisdom to share with someone building their career in parking? Women in Parking’s stellar Mentoring Program has helped dozens of parking managers. Hear from a panel of Women in Parking mentors and mentees on how the program positively impacted their career in parking.
October 2 – 1:00 p.m. ET
This webinar will explore successful tactics that female managers can adapt when workplace behavior goes beyond professional conduct and becomes personal, abusive, or harassing.
December 18 – 1:00 p.m. ET
Self-styled #ParkingBoss, Madison Huemmer explores how female parking executives (or anyone for that matter) can establish a brand for themselves, further their professional goals, and position themselves for future growth.
Europay, MasterCard, and Visa (EMV(r)) is a global standard for credit and debit payment cards based on chip card technology. This technology is used to combat fraud in card-present environments. The U.S. migration to EMV is underway. This webinar will discuss what EMV is and how it applies to parking operators
Not only are the majority of job openings not listed in the newspaper, the majority of job openings are not advertised anywhere. Navigating these waters from both employer and professional perspectives takes strategic planning and proactive efforts.
Join Kathleen Laney, President of Laney Solutions, an executive and permanent search firm specializing in the parking industry, as she shares valuable insights into the new world of work and what it means for both parking employers and parking professionals of all genders.
Now is your chance to hear a male CEO’s perspective of women in the parking industry and to ask him those questions that you have always wanted answers to. Join us and participate in a lively conversation with the CEO of a major metropolitan area parking operator and a seasoned industry professional. W.I.P. is very excited to present this discussion to our members who may participate during the Q & A portion of the webinar.
Let’s face it: marketing in the parking industry can often be very challenging to execute let alone garner favorable public opinion. There are seldom great examples of effective marketing campaigns in parking. W.I.P. is proud to change this perspective by exploring a real-life case study of marketing success from Illinois State University’s recent marketing campaign that can be applied across most sectors in the industry.