october 2020

08oct6:00 pm7:00 pmAdvancing Your Career: Perspectives on Women's Leadership Series 20206:00 pm - 7:00 pm ET Online Event Organized By: Partner Events

Event Details

The Virtual Woman Superhero: Does Always Online Have to Mean Always On? hosted by Jeanine W. Turner, PhD, Georgetown University

Four top business schools coming together to promote women leadership and help enhance your career! Join Carnegie Mellon, Emory, Georgetown, and Vanderbilt for a leadership webinar series that will enhance your leadership skills to help further your career.

The series focuses on women’s leadership and the benefits of obtaining an MBA. A faculty member or alumni speaker is featured at each event to give you ideas and knowledge to take away and use on the job immediately. Space is limited so sign up early!

This talk, “The Virtual Woman Superhero: Does Always Online Have to Mean Always On?” will highlight Jeanine W Turner, Professor with the McDonough School of Business, Georgetown University.

Some research suggests we touch our phones an average of 2,500 times per day and this was PRIOR to COVID-19. The ubiquitous nature of digital devices means that we not only have to manage our social presence with our audiences, we also have to manage the digital devices that come with them. On top of that, women still have to manage the challenges of gaining a seat at the table, excelling in their careers, taking care of their children, and managing their families – all while breaking the glass ceiling. This session will discuss strategies for dealing with communicating during this unprecedented time.



(Thursday) 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm ET



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