Take The Lead’s On-Demand Learning Program
Give your career a boost on your own time with Take The Lead’s On-Demand Learning Program. With videos to inform and energize you to embrace your power and lead your most fulfilling career possible, you’re sure to find useful advice you no matter where you are in your career—all you need is a few minutes.
Writer, lecturer, political activist, and feminist organizer
Gloria Steinem discusses her life, Women’s Equality Day, and more with Take The Lead President Gloria Feldt.
Panel with: Carol Jenkins, Veteran News Anchor and Dr. Cheryl Pegus, Clinical Professor of Medicine at NYU School of Medicine
Gloria Feldt, Co-Founder and President of Take The Lead interviews Carol Jenkins and Dr. Cheryl Pegus, in honor of Black History Month. They share their unique formula for success, career successes, what decisions impacted their career and how they continue shape the conversation in the fields of media and medicine.
Entrepreneur, mogul, author
Nely Galán shares her tips from from her book SELF MADE: Becoming Empowered, Self-Reliant, and Rich in Every Way. Learn how to kickstart your next venture, turn your dreams into tangible goals, and make an investment in your financial independence.
Leader, author, advocate
Manisha Thakor shares a powerful five point framework you can use to both get started – or to continue – investing. Learn why understanding and taking control of your finances is essential for living your life on your own terms and for the health of your career.
Executive Director of Women, Action & the Media (WAM!)
Jamia Wilson explores how you can become the CEO of your life using next generation leadership tools to ignite change in your personal and professional life. Get useable tips tools to ignite change in your career. If you’ve been looking for a modern leadership model that fits today’s increasingly digital and entrepreneurial world tune in now.
Writer, Editor & Multimedia Journalist New York Times and Time.com
If you’ve ever experienced “speaking while female” at a meeting or had an idea “bro-propriated” by a colleague who takes credit for something you came up with, you won’t want to miss this Virtual Happy Hour: Manterrupting and the Language of Gender Bilingual Communications.
CEO of S.H.E. Global Media
Claudia Chan joined Take The Lead’s Gloria Feldt for an inspiring chat about the challenges of starting your own business and finding the inner confidence to lead.
Vice Chairman, Global Wealth Management, Managing Director and Senior Client Advisor at Morgan Stanley
Take The Lead hosted Morgan Stanley banker and gospel singer Carla Harris as the first guest in our 2015 Virtual Happy Hour series. Throughout the session, Carla wowed participants with a master class on being yourself at work and strategizing for success.
Founder of the Axelrod Firm, PC.
The Profitability of Diversity focuses on WHY diverse companies and workplaces thrive and how YOU can increase your profits by increasing the diversity of the staff at your company, organization, and/or industry overall.
Writer and Speaker
Is it possible to advance a brand new piece of work in the world or go about one’s work differently and still have power and influence? How do you stay real at work when you feel like you’re swimming against the tide or when doing so feels too risky? Join leadership and systems change expert Lex Schroeder for a Virtual Happy Hour conversation providing women leaders and change agents with new skills for leading authentically and effectively at work and in the world.
A Panel Discussion on Opportunities for Women in Sports Leadership
Watch a diverse panel of women making an impact in the world of sports leadership share their insight, personal stories and keys to success followed by a brief Q&A. Panelist include: Sierra Blair-Coyle, professional rock climber; Nona Lee, Sr. VP, Arizona Diamondbacks; Sage Steele, ESPN , Host NBA Countdown and Debbie Waitkus, founder of Golf for Cause. Moderated by Gloria Feldt, President & Co-Founder of Take The Lead.
A co-sponsored panel “What Winning Companies Are Doing to Attract Diverse Boards” with Take The Lead & Ellevate Arizona celebrating the value that gender diversity brings to corporate boardrooms at the 5th Annual 2020 Women on Boards National Conversation Day.
Speakers include Amy Hillman, Dean of the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, and Shirley Weis, director, speaker and author of Playing to Win in Business (and former Chief Administrative Officer of the Mayo Clinic system). The conversation is moderated by Nicole Carroll, Arizona Republic’s Vice President/News and Editor.
Watch the electrifying Carla Harris deliver her “pearls” of career and life wisdom to a sold-out crowd at Arizona State University on Feb. 19, 2014 for the Take The Lead Challenge Launch Event, designed to inspire and propel women to close their pay and leadership gaps.