In this first session of our Women's Series, Denise Mills, Chief Mindset Officer of The LeaderFuel Center, will explore the issue of gender blind spots and the differences in the way men and women problem-solve, make decisions, and lead.
Denise will show us how embracing these unique styles of communication can boost productivity and dramatically improve business results, and why, as a corollary of this, businesses should be more intentional in seeking out and engaging diversity in the workplace.
This event is for men and women at all stages of their career.
Gender Blindspots: Why Diversity Matters
It’s no surprise that men and women are different. Research proves that embracing these differences at work will lead toward better and bolder outcomes, including greater profitability.
Learn how men and women’s unique styles and social conditioning can unintentionally create frustrations and miscommunications in the workplace.
Denise will open our eyes to blind spots we have in the differences of how women and men work and lead. She will share why we must be intentional and deliberate in seeking out and engaging diversity on our teams.
She will provide practical tips for women to be more intentional in advancing their career. For the men in the room, Denise will share practical tips on how to more effectively engage women at work.
THANK YOU TO OUR PRESENTING SPONSOR:
$10 Members | $20 Non-members
(All Chamber members will receive a recording of the webinar post event, a special offer from Costa Vida, and contact information for all members who registered.)
Registration deadline is 5/25 by 10:00AM or when attendance has reached max capacity.
2nd Event: July 8, 8:30AM hosted virtually via Zoom
3rd Event: October 1, 4PM at CrossFirst Bank
For sponsorship opportunities, please contact Trish Walker at TrishW@LeawoodChamber.org or 913-356-6435.
Denise Mills is co-founder and managing partner of The LeaderFuel Center, which provides leadership development training, strategic planning, business consulting, and executive coaching. As Chief Mindset Officer, she uses her expertise to uniquely challenge leaders’ perspectives with a focus on bringing about transformational change using practical tools and a candid approach.
Denise is best known for her work in advancing the careers of professional women across the globe. Denise co-facilitates the Central Exchange Emerging Leaders program to advance the careers of women in mid- to upper management. She is Regional Director for the Lean In Foundation, speaks at women’s conferences and provides programming to over 50 Fortune 500 internal women’s networks. The U.S. State Department considers Denise a “positive instigator,” and engage her to facilitate workshops with women who hold the highest government role in underserved countries across the globe in India, Europe, Latin America, Australia, and Africa.
Denise is a self-professed serial entrepreneur and has successfully started, bought and sold more than 26 different businesses in various industries including technology, healthcare, and consulting with gross revenues of more than $60 million and recently authored the Startup Boards 101 program for the Kauffman Foundation. She’s been the recipient of numerous awards, being twice named one of the 50 “Most Influential Women” in Kansas City. Highly active in the community, Denise helped found a gang intervention program and serves on the Johnson County Library Foundation Board as well as the Catholic Education Foundation Board.
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