This workshop will help you develop sustainable habits that will enable you to manage your dual identities at work and at home, and also plan for your longer term career development. You will learn about trends/research on typical female career paths, common career derailers, and key enablers. You will come away with a deeper understanding of your beliefs and goals, practical tips, and the confidence to positively and pro-actively manage your work and home life in order to perform at your best.
Karen Rubin, Managing Director for Talking Talent North America, helps companies develop the female talent pipeline and bring more women to the top, thereby increasing diversity in senior leadership. In her role, she oversees the firm’s coaching support for Fortune 500 companies such as Barclays, Bank of America, Kohl’s, Deutsche Bank, Morgan Stanley, White & Case, Twitter, Grant Thornton, and many others across the globe.
Karen earned degrees from New York University’s Stern School of Business (MBA in Marketing) and from The University of Michigan (B.A., English, High Honors, Phi Beta Kappa). Karen has over 20 years of industry experience at companies including DIRECTV and Showtime Networks. She is an ICF certified coach and is committed to helping women succeed in the workplace.