[Event Ended] Negotiate with Courage
December 6th, 2017
Hosted with The Massachusetts Conference For Women
Women may be the majority of today’s college graduates, but less than a quarter of us make it past middle management. Ladies, it is time to advocate for yourself at work – we do have the ability to change this staggering reality! We will have a panel of ladies who will provide important talking points and give you the courage to get paid what you deserve.
[Event Ended] The State of Equal Pay
December 5th, 2017
Hosted with General Assembly
In July 2018, Massachusetts will enact landmark legislation to protect women in the workforce and move toward a more equitable future. What does this actually mean for us as career driven women?
Our panel of cross-industry experts will: - share details of the Pay Equity bill - explain what it can mean for you as a new or continuing employee or hiring manager in MA - give strategies for advocating for your worth and getting paid what you deserve.
[Event Ended] Set Your Goals for 2018
December 5th, 2017
Hosted with Tech Ladies
Only 8% of people who set New Years goals achieve them! Don't let that be you. In this workshop, Lydia Bowers, Founder of dearpeopleops.com, themuse.com contributing author and Human Resources Masters Student at Cornell University, will help you set goals for 2018. Every attendee will leave with a clear set of actionable goals to kick butt in 2018.
[Event Ended] Advocating For Yourself
November 16th, 2017
Hosted with Ladies Get Paid
The year is coming to a close and performance reviews are looming. Are you ready to be your own best advocate? Or, better yet, do you know how to advocate for yourself throughout the year so that annual review is a breeze?
In this webinar, Lydia Bowers, Founder of the HR Q&A Website Dear People Ops, Content Strategist at the Conflict Coaching Startup Bravely and a graduate student in Human Resources at Cornell University, will teach you best practices for getting recognition for the kick-a** project you lead, to nominating yourself for a promotion, to owning your ideas in a meeting.