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" 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" (see below) 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.
Care-taking--And the Gender Gap for Women in the Workplace
Original Air Date: May 15, 2018
Panelists: Mim Senft, GBA, AAI, RYT; Kim Davis; and Jae Kullar, RDN, PMP
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In this 3rd webinar of a three-part series promoting women’s healthy leadership (details below), we we examine how care-taking for children and parents and self-care impacts us differently than our male counterparts in the workplace. Learn about the bias against women of child-bearing years, the financial family bump that male executives receive, the impact of being perceived as not being as engaged at work if you are a care taker, and how women in leadership roles often neglect their own self-care. Hear from two executive female leaders in two different industry about their stories and how they are both working to address care-taking in their organizations. Learn best practices and new solutions to help employers better address care-taking issues that have a bigger negative impact on women in the workplace and promote overall workplace well-being.
Following this presentation, participants will be able to:
describe the research that connects care taking to potentially poor financial well-being and how women are viewed as potential leaders.
identify progressive organizations in the United States that are starting to address this issue and a few examples of other progressive countries that have done a better job of addressing care-taking issues for their workforce.
explain the need for more focus on women’s self-care to be incorporated in women’s leadership training and a few actionable steps that can be taken today.
About this Webinar's Panelists
Mim Senft, GBA, AAI, RYT | CEO of Motivity Partnerships and Executive Director at GW4W
Mim Senft is President and CEO of Motivity Partnerships, Inc., a consulting firm dedicated to providing integrated, evidence-based solutions for organizations to create a thriving workforce. She is also the co-founder and Executive Director for Global Women 4 Wellbeing, a non-profit membership organization focused on empowering more healthy female leadership for a more sustainable world.
Mim Senft has over 20 years of corporate experience in project management, benefits design and wellness program strategy and implementation. She is a member of the National Wellness Institute and has served on the Board of Directors. She is a member of The Global Wellness Institute’s Future of Well Work Initiative, The American Sustainable Business Council, UN Women Metro, IFEBP, and WELCOA. She is a regular speaker at conferences and roundtables on topics related to employee benefits and corporate wellness/wellbeing programs, and women’s health, well-being, and leadership issues.
Kim Davis | Sr. VP of HR for NFP, and President of the GW4W Board of Directors
After many years of running successful and highly integrated HR strategies within several public and private companies, Kim Davis started a company that offered those services in a consultative manner. That company grew into a Benefits Procurement Consortium and HR Consulting firm that was purchased by National Financial Partners, Corp. (NFP) in January 2012. NFP has created two distinct offerings from that purchase: NFP HR Services and the continuation of Alterity Group. These companies can assist in the review of HR and Benefit strategies to ensure compliance,process efficiency, benefit cost mitigation and offering economy of scale leverage through procurement of many related HR/Benefit programs and services.
As a career HR leader, Kim has worked to align the company's goals and employee's goals in a way that adds value to an organization and engages the employee to excel and manage their own career growth and success. Externally, Kim has managed, analyzed, and performed consulting services for other client companies, providing HR project based consulting and HR outsourcing to advisor's clients. Alterity Group is a wholly owned subsidiary of NFP and provides flexible, broker agnostic HR/Benefits procurement and consulting services to a variety or PE and Venture Capital firms, their portfolio companies and stand-alone public and private entities.
Jae Kullar, RDN, PMP | Manager, Health & Wellbeing, at Delta Air Lines, Inc.
Jae Kullar started her career as an Administrative Dietitian and practiced in both Canada and the United States as a Director of Nutrition in healthcare, business, and education for 10 years prior to moving to the corporate world in the Human Resources area. She joined Delta Air Lines in July 2006.
In her role at Delta, Jae is responsible for developing and executing initiatives that drive "a culture of health and wellness" across Delta globally by translating the company's strategic health and wellness goals into clearly defined and developed initiatives to impact the health & lifestyle risks of 80,000 employees and their dependents worldwide. She has successfully developed programs that engage employees, garner the support of business units, and are tied to metrics which demonstrate their value. A key driver in this success has been her ongoing efforts to build and engage over 500 Wellness Champions and Leaders who comprise Delta’s Global Wellness Network across all divisions and locations system wide.
Jae is passionate about finding effective and creative solutions that assist people achieve their wellness goals for themselves and their families. Along with a Bachelor of Science from Western University in Ontario Canada and Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist (RDN) designation, she also has her PMP (Project Management Professional) certification and recently completed the Leadership Program in Integrative Healthcare at Duke University in February 2018.
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.