Moms have the skills employers want, but can you get ahead?
Register for the next Bright Horizons® family webinar to learn how you can apply the "mom skills" you use every day at home to give yourself a boost at work.
Are you a new mom getting ready to return to work? Or have you been back at it for a while? Either way, you might be curious about the expectations — or lack thereof — you'll face in the office.
In this webinar, we will discuss:
- Research from the Bright Horizons Modern Family Index about today's working moms
- Strategies you can use at work that you naturally use at home
Join us to explore what it means to “lead like a mom.”
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Learn from some of the top women in the investment field at the Women’s Investing Summit hosted by the Notre Dame Institute for Global Investing. The summit is open to women and men who are interested in investing strategies and trends in finance and markets. Registration is free for students, faculty and staff and includes two meals. Students have the opportunity to appear in a resume book for sponsors and potential employers. Speakers include practitioners from leading investment firms such as Goldman Sachs, Lone Pine Capital, Putnam Investments, Golden Gate Capital and The Carlyle Group.
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Learn how to earn an Associate Degree of Applied Science (AAS) in Business Administration or a Business Administration technical certificate from Ivy Tech while maintaining your work schedule.
This is a benefit for all full-time and part-time staff upon employment. Classes begin summer 2019. To RSVP or ask questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-5900.
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Kristin Valentino has dedicated her carer to understanding how adversity in early childhood — such as abuse or chronic poverty — can affect children’s mental and physical health later in life. In this talk, she'll discuss her research, including an intervention she developed that teaches parents how to communicate more openly and effectively with their children and how it can improve outcomes.…
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Join THRIVE! as we host Kimberly Faith, an Executive Coach, Keynote Speaker, and Author at Jordan Auditorium in Mendoza on April 9, 2019, from 3–4 p.m. A reception will follow from 4–5 p.m. and will include light refreshments.
Kimberly will be discussing her recent book, Your LION Inside: Tapping into the Power Within…
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Have fun taking Professional Development to the Next Level as we Laugh & Play our way to more Confidence!
Improv Comedy is growing in popularity as a way for leaders everywhere to enhance innovation, risk-taking, “out of the box” thinking, and developing powerful teams. Step out of your comfort zone and THRIVE as the confident, powerful woman that you are in this impactful, fun play-shop!
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At Notre Dame, negotiation is needed in a variety of circumstances: from effective communication with colleagues to negotiating a salary or contract. According to recent HBR research, 20% of women never negotiate at all. With a goal of building confidence in this very important area, the professional development committee for Thrive! has invited Dr. Susan G. Williams to lead a workshop on negotiating and influencing that you won't want to miss.
Dr. Williams is Professor Emerita of Management at Belmont University’s Jack C. Massey Graduate School of Business. Her work focuses on negotiation, business narrative, continuous improvement, and strategic thinking. Dr. Williams has consulted on these topics with a variety of institutions and organizations, including Disney, Education Networks of America, Caterpillar, The United Methodist Church, Cracker Barrel, Vanderbilt University, and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Join us for this workshop to learn how to be a better negotiator by creating options that satisfy both parties, focusing on interests, and separating people from the problem.
Signups will be limited to 44 individuals and will be available on a first-come, first served basis. Watch for the signup announcement in an upcoming newsletter this spring!
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