An ILA Leadership Perspectives Webinar

How Women Rise: Break the Habits that Get in Your Way

Presenter: Sally Helgesen

Date: 6 June 2018

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The webinar will focus on helping women identify behaviors that may have helped them in the early stages of their careers, but are likely to hold them back as they seek to move to higher positions. The 12 behaviors discussed in the book How Women Rise, Break the 12 Habits Holding You Back from Your Next Raise, Promotion, or Job, will be briefly outlined, but the webinar will focus on three of the most foundational behaviors. The presenter will engage in a Q&A on each of these three foundational behaviors during the webinar.

While the webinar will be useful for women at all stages of their career, it is most powerfully targeted to women seeking to move to a higher level, preparing for a new job or a new career, or positioning themselves for a raise. In other words, women who want to rise, to move ahead from where they are.

Outcome of Attending

  • Gain insight into what you can control that may be holding you back.
  • Learn specific steps you can take to develop habits that serve you better.
  • Participate in an engaging Q&A with the presenter.

Speaker Information

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Sally Helgesen, noted by Forbes as the world’s premier women’s leadership expert, is a best-selling author, speaker, and leadership consultant. She has been delivering programs that help women around the globe recognize, articulate, and act on their greatest strengths. Previous books include The Female Vision and The Female Advantage, hailed as “the classic work” on women’s leadership styles, and The Web of Inclusion, which was cited in The Wall Street Journal as one of the best books on leadership of all time. In addition to delivering workshops and keynotes in corporations, universities, and associations around the world, Sally has consulted with the UN on building more inclusive country offices in Africa and Asia and has led seminars at the Harvard Graduate School of Education and Smith College. Learn more at:

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