Women's Leadership Breakfast

Mar 30
Hosted by:Strong Women, Strong Girl...
March 30, 2017 at 8:00am to
March 30, 2017 at 10:00am
Loomis Sayles map 1 Financial Center Boston, MA 02111

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Join Strong Women, Strong Girls for a Women's Leadership Breakfast at Loomis Sayles. Our mission is to cultivate strong mentorship relationships between pre-adolescent girls, college women, and professional women and part of that process is developing our own leadership capabilities. This substantive morning will focus on what it means to be a leader and how to be one. Laura Stone, one of our speakers, will prompt us to consider our individual purpose and how to best achieve it as a leader—along with sharing insights from her new book. Come for some coffee and networking at 8am until 8:30 when the program will commence. If you're interested in sponsoring a table, which is 10 people, please contact Ana Goodenberger, bosdevelopment@swsg.org. 


Learn more about Laura Stone, one of the event's speakers. 

Laura Stone is the author of A Pocket Guide to Purpose: A Quick and Simple Way to Access and Advance Your Purpose. Laura’s passion is to help leaders understand why they were put on this earth. Her purpose: help us focus on what really matters and dance in it because she loves to focus on the most essential elements in whatever she does and preferably with great music playing. She is an expert leadership strategist, speaker, and top team facilitator, and has extensive experience working with leaders and leadership teams to drive high impact results. 

Laura led the Inclusive Leadership practice at a Boston based leadership consulting firm where she oversaw the development and codification of the practice which was featured in Profiles in Diversity Journal.  She is a strategic leadership advisor and executive coach with organizations such as Harvard Business School, GE, Fidelity Investments, and Unilever. With over 25 years of consulting experience, Laura is adept at working with organizations of every size (from start-ups to the Fortune 100) and is known for her ability to quickly assess where an organization or leader is stuck, provide valuable insight, facilitate direct problem solving, and connect the system and the people in it for superior results.

         Laura earned a BA in English Literature and French from the University of Wisconsin, and studied International Relations and Art History at the L’Institut D’Americain in Aix-en-Provence, France, as well as energy medicine at the Four Winds Society. She is a former U.S. Coast Guard 50 Ton Captain as well as a former contributing editor to HRO Today in the area of leadership and organizational effectiveness. She was recently recognized by Profiles in Diversity Journal on the 2016 Women Worth Watching® list.

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