EVENT: Oct. 24th | Elliott Masie’s Learning Conference

Rebecca to speak at Elliott Masie’s Learning 2017 Conference on It’s Not a Glass Ceiling, It’s a Sticky Floor: Free Yourself from the Hidden Behaviors Sabotaging Your Career Success – Demystifying Executive Presence Are you aware of your own presence and how it works to your advantage or disadvantage? Rebecca Shambaugh, keynote speaker and author, […]

EVENT: Oct. 17th | Global Women’s Leadership Summit

Rebecca to present at the Global Women’s Leadership Summit on Demystifying Executive Presence Do you know what executive presence is? Are you aware of your own presence and how it works to your advantage or disadvantage? Rebecca Shambaugh, nationally recognized gender balanced strategist, will demystify an important attribute for all leaders – executive presence. Rebecca will present a multidimensional framework […]

EVENT: Oct. 23rd | SHRM Diversity & Inclusion Conference

Rebecca to speak at the SHRM Diversity & Inclusion Conference on Achieving Organizational Inclusion: A Disruptive Approach to Gender-Balanced Leadership This session will call out the biggest obstacle for building inclusive cultures and what to do about it along with a toolkit that includes proven practices, tools, and a roadmap for creating inclusive mindsets and culture […]

EVENT: Sept. 28th | CFA The Women’s Investment Group Event

Rebecca to speak at the CFA The Women’s Investment Group Event on Demystifying Executive Presence Do you know what executive presence is? Are you aware of your own presence and how it works to your advantage or disadvantage? Rebecca Shambaugh will demystify an important attribute for all leaders – executive presence. Rebecca will present a multidimensional framework that will not only […]

EVENT: Oct. 4th | Grace Hopper Celebration Conference

Rebecca to speak at the Grace Hopper Celebration Women in Computing Conference on Five Ways to Tap Into Your Power: Take the Lead! While organizations have invested time and money into the advancement and retention of their women talent we are not where we should be based on the new world that we live in. […]