It Takes a Community to Develop a Leader: Engaging Your Organization towards the Advancement of Women


This fact is supported by research: Organizations with a higher representation of women at the most senior levels of leadership consistently achieve better business results than other organizations. While many leaders recognize the business impact that a diverse leadership team provides, they struggle to attract and retain talented women throughout their organization to realize those benefits.
Companies that have been successful at harnessing the power of women leaders have taken a strategic, long-range approach that engages the entire organization, and have successfully integrated their learning strategy with their business strategy for the most impact.  Please join us for panel discussion about the best practices that leading companies are using to create a corporate environment in which all leaders can thrive.
You Will Learn:

  • The latest thinking on why it is important to develop women leaders and how that impacts corporations
  • Specific strategies and tactics that Fortune 500 companies use to successfully support the development of high potential women
  • How to identify the appropriate metrics to make case for an investment of time and money in the development of high potential women as well as to track the success of your program.


Patti Johnson

Vice President, Human Resources - US & Canada at Tupperware Brands

Cathy Rongione

Director, Learning & Development at Takeda Pharmaceuticals International

Rosina L. Racioppi, Ed.D.

President & CEO, WOMEN Unlimited Inc.