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Leadership Summit for Women in National Security Career


The Leadership Summit for Women in National Security Careers, organized by the Working Mother Media will take place on 25th April 2018 at the Crystal Gateway Marriott in Washington DC, United States Of America. The conference will provide a platform to meet, learn, understand, network with women and men leaders from agencies and companies with national security opportunities.


Timings

09:00 AM-06:00 PM (expected)
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Entry Fees

Paid Ticket Starts from 150 USD View Details

Participants

100 - 500
Delegates

10 - 50 Exhibitors Estimated Count

Category & Type

Conference
Business Services

Editions

25 Apr 2018
22 Apr 2015


Frequency Triennial
Next edition likely in Apr 2021 Interested

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Angel Lightner

Angel Lightner

Enforcement at FinCEN

Washington DC, United States
NaRochelle Hammond

NaRochelle Hammond

Alexandria, Romania
Deborah Melancon

Deborah Melancon

Washington DC, United States
April Hill

April Hill

Stafford, United Kingdom
Rashonda VanNess

Rashonda VanNess

Virginia Beach, United States
Terri Williams

Terri Williams

Fairfax, United States
Erin Vallario

Erin Vallario

Washington DC, United States

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Speakers (past edition)

Speaker
Carol Evans

Carol Evans

President and Founder at Working Mother Media United States
Speaker
Carrie Cordero

Carrie Cordero

Director at National Security Studies United States

Schedule & Agenda

Wed, 22 Apr07:00 AM - 08:00 AMBreakfast / Registration
Wed, 22 Apr08:00 AM - 08:30 AMWELCOME
Carol Evans / President & Founder / Working Mother Media2015 HONORARY CHAIRMichu00e8le Flournoy / Former Under Secretary of Defense for Policy / Department of Defense
Wed, 22 Apr08:30 AM - 09:30 AMOPENING KEYNOTE CONVERSATION: BEING AN INFLUENTIAL LEADER
Admiral Michelle Howard / Vice Chief of Naval Operations / U.S. Navy
Wed, 22 Apr09:30 AM - 09:45 AMFRAMING THE TOPIC: MAXIMIZING YOUR LEADERSHIP IMPACT
What is being an influential leader? The latest compelling research states that the path to influence is the ability to balance both strength and warmth to gain the respect and trust of others. Other current insight is that influence comes from exhibiting and even rehearsing radical authenticity, defined as a consistency in message and body language. Learn how influential leaders persuade, analyze, network, bring value, collaborate and embrace change.
Wed, 22 Apr09:45 AM - 10:15 AMNetworking Break
Wed, 22 Apr10:15 AM - 10:55 AMRound I Breakouts
Wed, 22 Apr10:15 AM - 11:45 AMLEADERSHIP TALKS: BEING AN INFLUENTIAL LEADER
Senior executive leaders from government and private sector share their expertise on how to become influential leaders at all career levels in the national security environment. Attendees choose a different topic for each breakout.Topics for discussion:A. Executive Presenceu2022 Be authentic, confident and display trust u2022 Be decisiveness and have poise under pressureu2022 Have excellent presentation skillsu2022 Be able to persuade audience at different levels, shift organization / bring into alignmentB. Influential Communication: Sasha Cohen Ou2019Connell / Section Chief, Office of National Policy / Department of Justice-Federal Bureau of Investigationu2022 Influence by being approachable and engagingu2022 Have internal/external political awarenessu2022 Be a systems thinker and know how to read the political landscapeu2022 Create an informal networkC. Adding Valueu2022 Know your organization (business purpose, mission, value) to make decisions with positive impactu2022 Know your strengths to affect the bottom line / the missionu2022 Take initiative to help solve problems and seek out opportunities to be successfulu2022 Understand the impact of your ideas/proposals to make a difference to your organizationD. Leadership Resilience u2022 Practice work life integrationu2022 Seek Internal / external resources and support systemsu2022 Adopt a growth mindset: Make sure your abilities are fluid and subject to change and growthu2022 Center your mind, body and spirit to deal with stress and for greater clarity to solve problemsE. Effective Collaborationu2022 Responsible for building/helping to ensure the success of a heterogeneous team to accomplish a shared purposeu2022 Affect the perspective, beliefs and behaviors of people/ organizations around difference
Wed, 22 Apr11:05 AM - 11:45 AMRound II Breakouts
Wed, 22 Apr11:45 AM - 01:00 PMLegacy Award Luncheon 2015 LEGACY AWARD
Letitia u201cTishu201d Long / Former Director / National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency1:15 u2013 2:15 CREATING YOUR ACTION PLAN: BEING AN INFLUENTIAL LEADERExecutive coaches frame each of the topics from the morning sessions to integrate strategies for skill building, self awareness, accountability, peer coaching tips and resources. Attendees choose one topic to create an ACTION PLAN for next steps to achieve their career goals.Topics for discussion:A. Executive PresenceB. Influential CommunicationC. Adding ValueD. Leadership ResilienceE. Effective Collaboration
Wed, 22 Apr02:15 PM - 02:30 PMRefreshment Break
Wed, 22 Apr02:30 PM - 03:45 PMLEADERSHIP PANEL: MAXIMIZING YOUR LEADERSHIP IMPACT
A panel of men and women leaders share their personal stories about how they create trust, communicate and persuade at all levels and use leadership resilience to influence change across their organizations.ModeratorEdward Montgomery / Dean, McCourt School of Public Policy /Georgetown UniversityPanelCorin Stone / Executive Director / National Security Agency
Wed, 22 Apr03:45 PM - 04:30 PMOPEN FORUM: COMMITMENTS FOR CHANGE
Attendees share their ACTION PLANS from morning and afternoon discussions.Carol Evans / President & Founder / Working Mother MediaCarrie Cordero / Director of National Security Studies / Georgetown LawAgenda is subject to change.

Visitor Ticket Price

550 USDIndividual registration fee
150 USDgovernment and non-profit
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