Are We There Yet? Why Not?

Master multi-taskers with great instincts, women represent almost 48% of the workforce, yet the numbers in leadership are far less. Organizations must be intentional in cultivating environments where female team members can thrive, feel empowered to make recommendations and take chances. Initiatives to help leaders, both men and women, to identify unconscious bias, will benefit the morale and increase the retention and advancement of female leaders. Kimberly Ellison-Taylor will use various scenarios and her own lessons learned as a STEM leader as well as a finance leader. (Can be presented in a 50 – 100 minute timeframe)

Learning Objectives
  • Identify and develop a business case for Women’s initiatives
  • Identify techniques to counter unconscious bias
  • Identity skills needed to take a seat at the Executive table

Major Topics
  • Diversity
  • Unconscious Bias
  • Emerging Technologies
  • Talent Management

Who Should Attend

Professionals in leadership roles

Fields of Study
Business Management & Organization



Business Learning Institute

CPE Credits


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