Helping Women Silence Their Inner Critic and Become Their Own Best Coach

Wed 21 Apr, 2021 09:00 -

12:00

EST

This seminar will focus on some of the barriers to leadership progression that are within the control or influence of women themselves. We will acknowledge that there remain systemic, external barriers that are outside of the control of women in our society. In discussions with other women, participants will explore ways that they themselves can move past some of their own barriers to achieve more authentic and powerful leadership. By silencing your inner critic and opening yourself to new and exciting possibilities, participants will uncover the potential they never knew they had. This is a highly interactive session with a balance of thought-provoking instruction, group discussion, and personal reflection.

NOTE: This is a Women’s Only Event

About

Wed 21 Apr, 2021 09:00

Timezone: EST

This seminar will focus on some of the barriers to leadership progression that are within the control or influence of women themselves. We will acknowledge that there remain systemic, external barriers that are outside of the control of women in our society.  In discussions with other women, participants will explore ways that they themselves can move past some of their own barriers to achieve more authentic and powerful leadership. By silencing your inner critic and opening yourself to new and exciting possibilities, participants will uncover the potential they never knew they had. This is a highly interactive session with a balance of thought-provoking instruction, group discussion, and personal reflection.  

Target Audience

This session is designed for women at all levels in an organization.

Agenda

  • Systemic gender bias is real and has a real impact on women
  • Examining internal barriers to effectiveness and progression
    • Ways that women may ‘lean out’ or withhold their full selves at work
    • The internalized messages that lead to counter-productive and behaviors  
  • Confidence and the inner critic (aka Your Over-Zealous Protector)
    • The incredible pressure to be perfect
    • The risk of being found out for the fraud that you suspect you are
    • The secret fear of being deeply flawed
  • Building Your Confidence and Putting Your Protector in its Place
    • Fighting your inner critic
    • How to deal with your over-zealous protector
    • Alternate possibilities and getting comfortable with the risk
  • Wrap up

Faculty

Lisa Wylie

Lisa Wylie has a strong belief that getting more women into the C-Suite will bring lasting business and social change. She has dedicated herself to coaching women early in their leadership journey, to prepare them to be the impactful leaders the world so sorely needs.

Known for her curious nature and powerful intuition, Lisa has the ability to ask the right questions to uncover blind spots and bring clarity to the underlying challenges. Using her passion for unlocking human potential, she aspires to break down the various barriers holding brilliant women back in the workplace, to ultimately allow them to reach their full leadership potential.Having studied Psychology and Philosophy at the University of Western Ontario, she went on to apply her understanding of people-development in progressive leadership roles within reputable organizations over the past 25 years. Lisa now holds an Executive MBA from the Smith School of Business and completed her Certificate in Business Fundamentals in China after studying in Shanghai. Lisa partners with young leaders in numerous industries and professions, including Master programs at Smith School of Business at Queens University, and various Forbes 500 companies.Her sessions target individuals, teams, and groups, to cater to exactly the kind of help her clients need. Always looking for ways to increase her impact, Lisa volunteers with local organizations to boost others’ potential with her own coaching expertise, including the Positive Space Network, to build safer futures for LGBT youth.

 

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