Sessions For November 14

7:00AM-5:30PM

14

Wednesday
7:30AM-8:45AM

WOM18101. Media/Presentation Skills Workshop

Instructor: Jill Schlesinger
Session Track: Specialized Knowledge
Session Knowledge Level: Basic
Session Field of Study: Personal Development
CPE Credits: 1.5

This workshop is not available as part of the Online or Flex Pass registration

CBS News Business Analyst Jill Schlesinger will help you maximize your media appearances and presentation skills to increase client attraction and retention; explain the power of social media; and use mock interviews to demonstrate the good, the bad and the ugly of appearances.
Learning Objectives:

  • Overview of the power of a good presentation – to clients, prospects and for the media
  • How to position yourself in the market as a professional
  • Legitimize your practice with the media halo
  • Be relevant to millennial clients (especially via social)

14

Wednesday
8:50AM-10:05AM

WOM18102. Leveraging the Power of Emotional Intelligence for Success

Instructor: Jennifer Shirkani
Session Track: Specialized Knowledge
Session Knowledge Level: Basic
Session Field of Study: Business Management & Organization
CPE Credits: 1.5

This workshop is not available as part of the Online or Flex Pass registration

Someone with high Emotional Intelligence (EQ) demonstrates a sensibility – she can influence others more effectively, can manage change well, solves problems calmly, uses humor to build rapport, and remains optimistic even in the face of adversity. This presentation provides details on the characteristics of EQ, gives you an opportunity to test your own EQ and includes ways to achieve better business results. Join us for this session and learn ways to leverage the power of EQ to improve your self-management skills, gain more interpersonal effectiveness and build stronger influence with others.
Learning Objectives:

  • Identify key characteristics of emotional intelligence.
  • Learn ways to use more EQ

14

Wednesday
10:45AM-11:00AM

WOM1800. Chair Welcome and Introductions

Instructor: Tracey Golden, Jacquelyn Tracy
Session Knowledge Level: Basic
Session Field of Study: None
CPE Credits: 0.0

14

Wednesday
11:00AM-12:15PM

WOM1801. From the Pits to Glitz: One Woman's Odyssey from the Trading Floor to the Green Room

Instructor: Jill Schlesinger
Session Track: Specialized Knowledge
Session Knowledge Level: Basic
Session Field of Study: Personal Development
CPE Credits: 1.5

What does it take to be one of 8 women among 800 men, three decades prior to MeToo? In this entertaining and informative session, Jill Schlesinger will talk about her career twists, turns and challenges, from her start on the Commodities Exchange of NY to becoming a CFP advising clients and now to her role at CBS News.

12:15PM-1:30PM

14

Wednesday
12:30PM-1:20PM

WOM18LL01. Breaking Through in Business - Female Founders Panel presented by Chase Ink

Instructor: Elizabeth Cutler, Brittney Castro, Melissa Butler, Sam Saperstein (Moderator)
Session Track: Specialized Knowledge
Session Knowledge Level: Basic
Session Field of Study: Personal Development
CPE Credits: 1.0

In this Chase Ink® luncheon panel, four strong business women share their business journey and the role financial mentors and their CPA played along the way. Join Elizabeth Cutler, co-founder of SoulCycle and LifeShop; Melissa Butler, founder and CEO of The Lip Bar; Brittney Castro, founder and CEO of Financially Wise, Inc. for their stories, moderated by Sam Saperstein, managing director of Women on The Move at Chase.

14

Wednesday
1:30PM-2:45PM

WOM1802. #Timesup - What's Next?

Instructor: Julie Moore, Jake Stika, Brande Stellings, Monica Murray (moderator)
Session Track: Specialized Knowledge
Session Knowledge Level: Basic
Session Field of Study: Personnel/Human Resources, Business Management & Organization, Personal Development
CPE Credits: 1.5

Not a day goes by without a news story about Times Up in the entertainment, hospitality, factory, and agriculture industries. We know that harassment exists in the corporate world as well. How do we all move forward in this new landscape?

Listen to this powerful panel discuss how men and women can support their colleagues and ultimately shift workplace cultures toward a safe, fair and dignified environment.
Learning Objectives:

  • Definition of harassment in the workplace;
  • Suggestions of how to handle difficult situations involving harassment in the workplace

14

Wednesday
2:50PM-4:05PM

WOM1803. Risk, Resilience and Reward... Inspiring Confidence. Empowering Change.

Instructor: Lynne Doughtie
Session Track: Specialized Knowledge
Session Knowledge Level: Basic
Session Field of Study: Personal Development
CPE Credits: 1.5

Keys to Helping Women advance in their careers
Learning Objectives:

  • Learn potential strategies and approaches to professional growth and development of women professionals
  • Reaching in to help each other—and the next generation of women—succeed