ON-DEMAND Healthy Female Leadership Webinar #1: What Women Need to Know to Lead Well
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ON-DEMAND Healthy Female Leadership Webinar #1: What Women Need to Know to Lead Well

In this first webinar of a three-part series promoting women’s healthy leadership (details below), we begin by exploring the many attributes that make for a healthy leader, both externally and internally. Panelists discuss the road to success, including its many twists and turns and what leadership qualities are most important for sustainability. Learn tried and tested best practices and solutions to help women leaders function at their best. Series offered in collaboration with GW4W.

4/17/2018
When: Original Air Date: April 17, 2018
Available on-demand for NWI members (including for NWI credit)
Where: United States
Presenter: Nancy Board, MSW; Tausha Robertson, DrPH; and Jill Angelo
Contact: National Wellness Institute
715-342-2969


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THREE-PART WEBINAR SERIES

Healthy Female Leadership—An Integrated Approach to Help Women in the Workplace Thrive

There has been very little movement over the past 10 years in getting women into leadership at all levels. And yet, there is a big push to have work environments that honor diversity/inclusion. Why aren’t we seeing more progress? Why are women in the workplace burning out?

This three-part webinar series—offered in collaboration with Global Women 4 Wellbeing (GW4W)—addresses three of the pieces of the overall “puzzle” that uniquely impact women in the workplace and how we need to start to look at them as interconnected, not separate, issues. On each of the three webinars, you’ll hear from top female leaders who will share both their personal and professional experiences and some of the ways we can help more women become healthy leaders, for themselves, in their communities, and in their corporations.

To learn more about the webinars in this series, click on their titles here:

  • April 17, 2018 (now available on-demand)  Webinar #1: "Healthy Female Leadership: What Women Need to Know to Lead Well" (see below) with panelists Nancy Board, MSW, Co-Founder/COO of GW4W; Tausha Robertson, DrPH, Founder of Ms. X Factor; and Jill Angelo, Co-founder and CEO of Genneve
  • May 1, 2018 (now available on-demand)  Webinar #2: "Addressing the Gender Gap in Financial Well-being" with panelists Deb Smolensky, CWP, CLP, Vice President, Well-Being and Engagement at NFP, Co-Founder/CFO of GW4W, & Co-Founder/CEO of Mindful City Project; Linda Robertson, CFP®, CEBS, ChFC®, MSFS, Director of Planner Operations at Financial Finesse; and Ellen Rogin, CPA, CFP®, and Abundance Activist®
  • May 15, 2018 (now available on-demand)  Webinar #3: "Care-taking--And the Gender Gap for Women in the Workplace" with panelists Mim Senft, GBA, AAI, RYT, CEO of Motivity Partnerships and Executive Director at GW4W; Kim Davis, Sr. VP of HR for NFP and President of the GW4W Board of Directors; and Jae Kullar, RDN, PMP, Manager, Health & Wellbeing, at Delta Air Lines, Inc.

Webinar #1:
Healthy Female Leadership: What Women Need to Know to Lead Well

Nancy BoardTausha RobertsonOriginal Air Date: Tuesday, April 17, 2018
Panelists: Nancy Board, MSW; Tausha Robertson, DrPH; and Jill Angelo

 

Webinar Access

Free for members!

NWI members can register for access to quiz to earn 1 continuing education credit toward CWP, CWWS or CWWPM re-certification.

Not a member? Join now to access this webinar for free and enjoy all benefits of NWI membership, including access to free monthly webinars and a large library of on-demand webinars.

Are you a GW4W member? Special NWI membership rates apply to GW4W members. Contact NWI Membership Director Sherri Galle-Teske for details.

Webinar Description

In this first session of a three-part series promoting women’s healthy leadership, we begin by exploring the many attributes that make for a healthy leader, both externally and internally. The panelists will discuss the road to success including its many twists and turns and what leadership qualities are most important for sustainability. Learn tried and tested best practices and solutions to help women leaders function at their best.

Objectives

Following this presentation, participants will be able to:

  • describe what the latest research says about the state of women in leadership roles and what is missing.
  • identify specific issues and challenges women face regarding their health and well-being, including notable gender differences.
  • explain compromises and deal-breakers when it comes healthy female leadership.
  • identify healthy practices and solutions for customizing leadership programs to help women in the workplace thrive.

About this Webinar's Panelists

Nancy Board, MSW | Co-Founder/COO, Global Women 4 Wellbeing

NNancy Boardancy Board is a long-time EAP professional, experienced in corporate health and wellbeing globally, and a leader in workplace mental health, trauma response, risk management and women's issues. She is also a sought-after speaker, facilitator, and international trainer for women's health and wellbeing worldwide, having worked with thousands of women to help them remove barriers to achieving success.

Previously, Nancy was Vice President of Healthcare, EAP and Wellness for JP Morgan in the Asia Pacific region, responsible for over 38,000 employees in 18 countries. She is a versatile, technically savvy, culturally competent leader. Having also led individuals, teams and organizations through the chaos and grief of workplace violence and major disasters, Nancy has a unique lens from which to gauge and teach personal resiliency, recovery and trust. As Co-Founder of Global Women 4 WellBeing, she is passionate about doing more good to create gender equity and build inclusive, respectful workplaces for women to become thriving, healthy leaders.

Nancy received her master's degree in Social Work/Behavioral Medicine from Washington University in St. Louis, MO, certification as a Global Professional in Human Resources, and certification as a Facilitator and Guide for Women's Circles through the non-profit organization Woman Within, International.

Tausha Robertson, DrPH| Founder, Ms. X Factor
Tausha RobertsonTausha Robertson, DrPH considers herself a “multipotentialite” and has achieved excellence in several arenas including entrepreneurship, healthcare, and technology. For over 10 years, Tausha advised top-tier private equity firms on driving efficiency within the healthcare spend. Her background in public health and strong belief in empowering employees to manage their own health informed innovative client strategies. During her tenure at Alterity, she was a panelist for "Wellness & Weight Control—The Impact of Controlling Your Healthcare Costs" at the Alvarez & Marsal Healthcare Industry Group Seventh Annual Leadership Conference and emceed an employer event at the NY Institute of Technology featuring a screening of the HBO documentary "Weight of the Nation" and opening remarks from UNC-Chapel Hill distinguished professor Dr. Barry Popkin.
 
More recently, she has turned her interests to technology and how it can be used to solve healthcare problems. Tausha is an advisory board member for the SXSW healthcare track and is a strategic adviser for an Austin health data startup Connected Health Austin. In addition to her professional pursuits, she devotes her time to promoting the health and well-being of women through board membership (Global Women 4 Wellbeing and St. Louise House) and through her recently launched digital platform for Gen X, Multicultural Women: msxfactor.com.

Jill Angelo | Co-Founder and CEO, Genneve
Jill AngeloJill Angelo is tech-exec-turned-women’s-healthcare-advocate and she’s bringing her passion for women’s development & health together with her technology experience to build Genneve. Jill spent 20 years in tech, first at Great Plains Software in its emerging years of growth, and the last 15 years at Microsoft, launching products in the B2B and B2C space, growing global consumer brands, managing distribution channels, leading global media, and serving as Chief of Staff to the CMO. Her diverse marketing background coupled together with her drive and passion for women bring a unique leadership to a highly unmet need. Named as one of Inc. Magazine’s 2016 Most Impressive Women Entrepreneurs, Jill is a proven force for bringing effective health solutions, information, and resources to women in the most vibrant years of their lives.

 

GW4WThis NWI webinar series is offered in collaboration with Global Women 4 Wellbeing (GW4W), a 501(c)(3) U.S. not-for-profit organization whose mission is to give women voice to create better health and wellbeing for themselves, their businesses and their communities.