DIVERSITY, EQUITY & INCLUSION
Jenn Willey's adTech Tokyo 2020 Virtual Keynote: Innovation Through Inclusivity
Advance Women At Work: Women's Empowerment
Intended Audience: Female professionals
Did you know that four out of five male leaders say a lack of confidence is the biggest barrier holding back women from climbing the corporate ladder? Or that men hold more than 80% of leadership roles, partially because they approach networking and mentorship differently than women do? Or that women are interrupted 3x more than men at work? Informed by original research, Advance Women At Work offers inspiring and actionable content to help women be more fearless at work and in life. This keynote empowers the women (and men!) in your organization to become more effective leaders and create a collaborative culture. We focus on five key pillars--Confidence, Communication, Control, Connections and Courage--while combining data and insights across assertive language, personal development and business networking.
Attendees will leave with:
An understanding of what’s holding them back and strategies to overcome personal roadblocks
More confidence in their strengths and abilities, and a plan for developing skills they need to fulfill their mission
Ways to communicate more assertively to enhance credibility and effectiveness
A roadmap to advance their careers by developing a Personal Board of Directors
Additional strategies to transform their professional growth and personal relationships
The Modern Male Leader: How to Build a Culture of Inclusion and Empowerment
Intended Audience: Male professionals and leaders
In today's #metoo world, male leaders are struggling to navigate sensitive topics as they build collaborative cultures that drive innovation, loyalty and the bottom-line. In this humorous and helpful session, we provide 'the good guys' with an insider’s look at the top growth barriers for women, the science behind it, and what they can, and should do, to achieve gender equity. We help the men in your organization tackle Impostor Syndrome, meeting interruptions and assertive communications. Your team will learn new strategies to help female reports and colleagues be more effective while promoting a more inclusive culture.
Attendees will leave with:
Insights on the top factors holding women back from achieving their potential and what they can do about it
A better understanding of the Gender Issue Spectrum--from harassment to microaggressions
Know-how on identifying and overcoming Impostor Syndrome
Simple exercises they can deploy to instill confidence in their team and encourage collaboration
Innovation Through Inclusivity: How to Build an Inclusive Culture
Intended Audience: General audience
The race for talent and innovation is on. As the rate of change accelerates, companies can survive and thrive by leading with purpose, embracing change and fostering collaboration. Millennials and Generation Z demand inclusive cultures, and research shows it boosts bottom-line results. Businesses that value diverse perspectives, set a clear mission for ALL their stakeholders and offer employees a more fulfilling work/life balance will attract valuable new talent. Whether you are a business leader or HR professional, you will learn key variables in the Inclusivity Equation to design programs that grant you a competitive edge.
Understand the latest research on how diverse teams are accelerating growth and returns
Leave with strategies to build more inclusive teams for their own companies
Review case studies of best-in-class companies getting it right and their positive results
Christine Mari Hori, Marketing Manager
"Jenn's presentation was compelling and an eye-opener for our summit audience. Gender equity is an important theme for Japan but its penetration into the working force will still take time. With astonishing data and a great presentation style, we are delighted that Jenn was able to join us."
VP Digital Strategy
"I was one of 100 male leaders at the iMedia Brand Summit 2018 who had the good fortune of attending a Wet Cement presentation on Gender Equity. What I loved about it was that she shared research that helped highlight some of the barriers that hold women back, and how we as managers can address sensitive topics like communication styles or how to build confidence."
VP Digital Marketing
"It’s hard to say whether Jenn’s talk affected me more as a manager, or as the father of a young girl. In either case, I will be more keenly aware of the opportunities and challenges women face in the workplace"