Do you ever say yes to a project you don’t have time for because you’re worried that others might be mad if you say no? Or wonder if traditionally female strengths like relationship-building and compassion will serve you in leadership? How important is it to be perceived as likable anyway, vs. confident, creative, passionate, intelligent and inspiring?
Leadership Coach Jennifer Davis, along with industry leaders Shelly Bayne and Andrea Jomides, will help you explore how you can step away from the desire to be “liked” and into your most powerful, confident self.
Join us for WICT NY’s Let’s Talk Tuesday and learn new tools for amplifying personal growth, increasing professional impact, and connecting with your inner Super Hero.
Jennifer Davis likes to introduce women to themselves at their absolute best: strong, smart, empowered, and ready to take their lives and careers by storm. She’s a (mostly) recovered perfectionist whose passion is connecting highly ambitious people to the awareness, motivation and energy to become even more amazing than they already are.
Jennifer has helped many individuals and groups—from entrepreneurs to Fortune 500 executives to attorneys to architects to artists to coaches—find the inspiration to achieve meaningful personal growth. Her areas of specialty include maximizing leadership effectiveness, building resilience and inner strength, improving work relationships and productivity, and attaining inner peace through mindfulness, emotional processing, and energy work.
Jennifer received an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business (where she’s on the alumni preferred executive coach registry), a BA from Tufts University and trained at the Coaches Training Institute. She is certified as an ACC, CPCC, and as a practitioner for The Leadership Circle Profile 360 Assessment and Leadership Culture Survey. She also provides pro bono coaching for United Nations executives and works with several start-ups who are bringing executive coaching to all levels of the organization. Her core values of authenticity, creativity and fun are always at play in her work, and she loves dance parties.
You can learn more about Jennifer and Fiercely Female Leadership at www.jenniferdaviscoaching.com and www.fiercelyfemaleleadership.com. You can also check out her leadership and empowerment tweets at https://twitter.com/jenmaydavis.
Shelly Bayne is based in New York and serves as Director of Ad Sales Marketing for Crown Media Family Networks, operator and distributor of Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries. She is responsible for the development and execution of high-impact marketing and advertising campaigns to drive ad sales revenue. In addition, she manages Crown Media’s Upfront marketing efforts and works closely with internal departments to develop and maximize ad sales opportunities, while also implementing cross-platform packages.
Prior to joining Crown Media, Bayne served as the Senior Director of Strategic Marketing at Screenvision, where she was responsible for the development of national marketing and sales materials, as well as the implementation of multi-platform marketing programs for advertisers. Bayne joined Screenvision in 2007 and held ascending positions in marketing during her tenure. Bayne has also held roles at Bridal Guide Magazine, Current Medical Directions (a division of Young & Rubicam) and Kate Edmonds Corporate & Private Events, Ltd.
She is a graduate of the University of Florida.
Andrea Jomides is Vice President of Distribution with REELZ, managing distribution and affiliate partnership activity throughout the US Territory. Previously, she was with Scripps Networks Interactive as Vice President National Accounts where she helped build distribution and brand value for the lifestyle media leader, including successful launches of DIY and The Cooking Channel. Jomides began her career in Production then Affiliate Sales at Lifetime Television. Jomides is a graduate of the Betsy Magness Leadership Institute, Class XIV and an active member of WICT, currently serving on the WICT NY board.