Building Your Support Network: A Woman’s Guide for Success
Jan 24, 2019
How to Create Your Personal Group of Mentors
Mentorship is so last year. Rather than seeking out a single mentor, the most successful leaders focus instead on building a circle of support — a diverse group of people with whom you consult regularly to get advice and feedback.
Having access to your own personal circle of support means that, no matter what the situation—personal or career-related—you always have someone whom you can count on for high quality support.
In this 60-minute webcast, Danielle Harlan, PhD, Founder and CEO of the Center for Advancing Leadership and Human Potential, will draw upon lessons from her book, The New Alpha: Join the Rising Movement of Influencers and Changemakers Who Are Redefining Leadership, to show you how to build your own circle of support—including who you should look for, how you can connect them in, and how they can help you.
ABOUT THE PRESENTER
Danielle Harlan is the Founder and CEO of the Center for Advancing Leadership and Human Potential. She earned her doctorate in political science and MA in education from Stanford University, where she was a Jacob K. Javits National Fellow and received a Centennial Teaching Award for excellence in instruction. Prior to launching the Center, she was the Chief of Operations for the Carnegie Foundation, where she worked to harness the power of networks and quality improvement strategies in order to solve important educational problems. Named one of Silicon Valley’s “40 Under 40,” Danielle has also been a speaker for TEDx and worked as an instructor at the Stanford Graduate School of Business and U.C. Berkeley Extension’s Corporate and Professional Development Program. In addition, she has given guest lectures at the Hasso Plattner Institute of Design (the “d.school”) and the Career Development Center at Stanford. She is the author of The New Alpha: Join the Rising Movement of Influencers and Changemakers Who Are Redefining Leadership.