Tuesday, June 26, 2018
3:30 to 5 p.m. | Social 5 to 6 p.m.
DoubleTree by Hilton & West Fargo Conference Center
Inclusive organizations and leadership teams are a topic that has dominated the news cycle and become a constant source of conversation. The statistics are clear: Inclusive organizations outperform other organizations and the impact of women leaders is essential to business success. So why are the ratios of women to men in management positions still so off?
In order to answer this question, many organizations have invested in women’s leadership or women’s empowerment programs. These courses seek to unlock participants’ potential, close the gender representation gap, empower their employees, improve the advancement of women in the workplace, and the list goes on.
But what makes for a successful, sustainable program? And why should businesses care about implementing these types of initiatives?
Director of Business
Outsouring & Strategy
Eide Baily LLP
Join Jenni Huotari, director of business outsourcing & strategy for Eide Bailly LLP, as she talks about the business case for women’s leadership programs and how you can implement them in your own organization. Jenni will also be joined by a panel of local organizations who have successfully implemented programs to share tips and tricks for building a successful program that will empower and encourage the women in your workplace and make a lasting impact on your business.
Topics of discussion will include:
• Why women’s leadership matters at all levels of the company, not just the C-suite
• The role of unintended biases in the workplace
• The nitty gritty on how women’s leadership programs can affect business performance
• Tips and tricks to implement a women’s leadership program at your organization, regardless of size
We’ll hear from Lisa Borgen, American Crystal Sugar Company; Camille Grade, Myriad Mobile; and Heather Silseth-Karels, John Deere Electronic Solutions.
Please consider bringing diapers to donate to families who utilize the Great Plains Food Bank.
Chamber members: $25 in advance | $30 at the door
Non-members: $35 in advance | $40 at the door