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TSHRM Global: Developing Leadership Ladders for Women
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1/30/2020
When: January 30th
12pm - Bring your own lunch
Where: Hill, Chesson & Woody, a Gallagher Company
4819 Emperor Blvd, Ste. 200
Durham, North Carolina  27703
United States
Contact: Ranya Hahn


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Topic: Developing Leadership Ladders for Women

Hosted by: Mira Brancu, PhD

 

In continuing with the prior focus on gender equity and leadership gaps, Dr. Brancu will provide a brief overview of two models/frameworks recently developed by McKinsey & Co. for how to address the women's leadership pipeline and HR's involvement. She will then share a Gender Diversity & Inclusion Quick-Start Guide that can help companies identify gaps, strengths, and blind spots in their goal to create a strong culture of gender diversity and inclusion. review 8 and start these conversations. The guide and presentation will include:

  • 8 domains all companies can evaluate
  • 4 best practice tips for using the guide with your company
  • 3 paths for next steps
  • several additional tips and resources

 

Dr. Mira Brancu is a women's leadership consultant and thought leader, as well as a clinical psychologist and researcher. She oversees the operations of a translational mental health research center in the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and is an Associate Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Duke University School of Medicine. As CEO and Founder of Brancu & Associates, PLLC, her mission is to accelerate the success of women as leaders through executive coaching, team development consulting, and unique leadership assessments. 

 

Dr. Brancu has over 20 years of experience working in large, complex organizational systems, including federal government, education, academic/university, and healthcare. She has authored 40+ publications, delivered 50+ scientific and educational presentations, and has a national Psychology Today blog focused on women's leadership.