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.
Individuals are encouraged to attend all three webinars, but may attend individual webinars if desired. Each webinar in the series requires separate registration, and all registrants receive access to the webinar recording. Continuing education credit is available for participation in the live webinars.
To learn more about the webinars in this series and reserve your spot in them, click on their titles here:
All webinars take place from 12 p.m. - 1 p.m. CDT.
- April 17, 2018 (now available on-demand) Webinar #1: "Healthy Female Leadership: What Women Need to Know to Lead Well" 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" (see below) 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 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.
Addressing the Gender Gap in Financial Well-being
Original Air Date: May 1, 2018
Panelists: Deb Smolensky, CWP, CLP; Linda Robertson; and Ellen Rogin
Free for members!
NWI members can register for access to quiz to earn 1 continuing education credit toward CWP, CWWS or CWWPM re-certification (beginning May 30, 2018).
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.
In this second session of our three-part series promoting women’s healthy leadership, we explore the societal, psychological, and practical barriers to gender parity for financial well-being in the workplace. Learn how gender can influence individuals in areas such as cash flow, retirement preparedness, investing confidence, health symptoms, health risks, and reactions to work stress. Hear results from industry studies that explored topics such as how financial behaviors and outcome differ by gender. Learn best practices and new solutions to help employers close gender gaps and promote overall workplace well-being.
Following this presentation, participants will be able to:
About this Webinar's Panelists
Deb Smolensky, CWP, CLP | VP, Well-Being and Engagement, NFP; Co-Founder of Global Women 4 Wellbeing; CEO and Co-Founder of Mindful City Project
Deb Smolensky is an employee engagement leader and national speaker whose passion is to help people live their best lives at work and home. Over the past 20 years, Deb has received a multitude of certifications and designations in this field. As NFP’s Global Wellbeing Practice Leader, Deb consults with a variety of clients, including numerous Fortune 500 companies, to develop programs and next practices that empower employees and leaders to lead healthy, productive lifestyles through innovative, cost-effective and highly engaging solutions.
In addition, Deb is the co-founder of Global Women 4 Wellbeing, a non-profit whose focus is to educate and empower healthy women leaders. She is also the CEO and co-founder of the Mindful City Project, whose mission is to unite individuals, businesses, and community groups under the common tenants of mindfulness, emotional intelligence, compassion and generosity.
Linda Robertson, CFP®, CEBS, ChFC®, MSFS | Director of Planner Operations at Financial Finesse
As Director of Planner Operations at Financial Finesse, Linda is instrumental in helping organizations implement workplace financial wellness programs that emphasize behavioral change. With experience at addressing a broad range of financial planning issues, Linda has been providing unbiased financial education and guidance with a focus on benefits planning, retirement and financial wellness as a financial coach at Financial Finesse since 2005. As a member of Financial Finesse’s Think Tank, she authors the annual research report on Financial Stress and has been featured in SmartMoney Magazine, the Wall Street Journal, and several other renowned financial publications. As a widely sought after public speaker specializing in workplace employee financial issues, Linda has made recent appearances at the IFCEBS Annual Symposium, the IHC Forum, and the SHRM Annual Conference.
Ellen Rogin, CPA, CFP®, and Abundance Activist® | Co-author of NY Times best-seller Picture Your Prosperity: Smart Money Moves to Turn Your Vision into Reality
Ellen Rogin is a top-producing financial advisor, Ellen is a nationally-known expert on building wealth. She speaks across the country on generosity and creating prosperity on purpose. Chock-full of “left-brain” credentials (MBA, CPA, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™), Ellen also walks on the “right” side, balancing values, big picture ideas, meditation, and a sense of humor with all her professional training. She is as comfortable talking about the power of compound interest as she is the power of belief. Ellen and her work have been quoted in such national publications as The New York Times, Money, Time.com, Forbes.com, The Huffington Post, and US News and World Report.
Ellen is founder and president a wealth management firm in Northfield IL, and serves on the Board of Directors for Metropolitan Capital Bank in Chicago and The Ghana Scholarship Fund.
This 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.