Thank you for joining us for the 2020 Virtual
Know Your Worth Women's Leadership Conference!
For more information, check out our Digital Packet, which includes the audio book, "For the Greater Success" by our keynote speaker Christina Long.
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Propel: Recognizing the Power of your Process with keynote speaker Christina Long
Propel: Recognizing the Power of Your Process Presented by CHRISTINA LONG, Owner & Principal Consultant of CML Collective, LLC The power to persevere comes with the persistence to stick to a purpose despite great difficulty. In this inspiring talk, participants will gain insight on how to move through doubt and discomfort to propel them along their path of purpose.
The Power of Pivot with Kami Power
THE POWER OF PIVOT PRESENTED BY: KAMI POWER, DIRECTOR OF STRATEGY, CEO BUSINESS MANAGEMENT, SPIRIT AEROSYSTEMS Have you ever wondered if there is something more you can get out of your work and your career? How you can identify and utilize your skillset to move from just surviving your workday and start thriving? Does perseverance mean just hanging in and hanging on for the ride or is there an opportunity to drive the bus? In this talk, Kami will draw upon her unique experience of being a woman in the male-dominated world of manufacturing and leading a global organization through two significant industry-changing events this year, including a pandemic. She will identify the tools and tips she discovered throughout this transformational year that helped her to persevere and not only survive, but thrive! This talk is intended to challenge your perceptions of what it takes to persevere in business and help participants understand how to embrace the pivot.
Born for More with Dr. Kate Hamm, OD
BORN FOR MORE PRESENTED BY: DR. KATE HAMM, OD, VIRTUAL ADVOCACY CHAIR FOR THE WICHITA METRO LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS 100 years ago, women earned the right to vote with the ratification of the 19th Amendment. Since then, women have been a large force in the political landscape as public servants, voters, and activists. In 2020, we are seeing more women run for political office than ever before, and take on new political roles (such as a Vice Presidential Candidate for the first time ever). So what can we as women do in our communities to continue the legacy of the suffragists? Join us as we make civic engagement tangible and discover your worth in our community.