Today’s professionals need to be engaged to perform effectively—and every employee wants to be heard and supported to sustain interest and advance their careers. This is especially true today with organizations everywhere evolving and redefining themselves—and with employees rethinking their relationships with the world of work.
During this interactive session hosted by AMA’s Women’s Leadership Center (AMA WLC), we’ll discuss engagement challenges based on recent AMA research including differences among genders in the workplace as they relate to their career growth, promotions, ability to be heard, taking on extra responsibilities, setting boundaries and more.
Join us to discover:
- Differences in gender perceptions and the challenges/risks associated
- Strategies to retain and engage top talent through development and fair practices
- How to create more equitable environments
If you’re a leader of people or leading a women’s development program, or an HR, L&D, training or diversity, equity and inclusion professional—this event is for you!
About the Presenter
Lauren McNally is the Director of the American Management Association’s Women’s Leadership Center (WLC), providing professional women leading content and development programs that position them for ongoing growth. Lauren is energized by supporting organizations that are working to develop women for future advancement through community and meaningful education. Lauren speaks on topics for women and diversity, equity and inclusion and prior to coming to AMA, Lauren led marketing efforts for the National Association of Professional Women and Professional Diversity Network.