Chatham University

Women Business Leaders Breakfast Series

Women Business Leaders Breakfast Series

Women Business Leaders Breakfast Series

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2nd Friday/each month (September – June)

time

cost

location

8-9:30am
Registration & Breakfast available
at 7:30am

$25/Breakfast
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Non-Chatham Student and Veteran's Rate: $12.00 with valid student ID.
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James Laughlin Music Center, Chatham University
Shadyside Campus
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The Women Business Leaders Breakfast Series features prominent regional women business leaders speaking on a variety of progressive business topics. Casual networking and a continental breakfast precede engaging and interactive presentations on topics essential for women in business such as innovative entrepreneurship, strategic business growth, unique marketing strategies, and logistical business planning.

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Upcoming Dates & Speakers

Friday, December 08

The Art of Asking for It! Negotiation Strategies for Women

Do you ask for what you want or are you waiting to be offered the opportunity that will advance your career and/or compensation? Learn how to better navigate the barriers we know women face in the workplace. Did you know: Men are 4x more likely than women to negotiate, women are more anxious about negotiating, and women are great negotiators on behalf of other people but not necessarily themselves? During this presentation, participants will learn to recognize opportunities to negotiate, eliminate anxiety, feel entitled to get what they want and avoid social consequences that inhibit good outcomes for you and your organization.

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Leanne Meyer

Leanne Meyer

Director of Leadership Development, Tepper School of Business, CMU

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Leanne Meyer is Program Director of the Carnegie Mellon Leadership and Negotiation Academy for Women and Director of Leadership Development at the Tepper School of business at CMU. Leanne’s work focuses on assisting leaders navigate critical inflection points where many have outgrown their professional identity and, given the demands and responsibility of their roles, need to change their perspectives regarding what is important and accordingly, how they spend their time and what new skill sets and behaviors they develop. Leanne’s journey began in South Africa. She was specifically influenced by the events in her home country, which ignited her interest in the possibility for human change and transformation. She has spent the past twenty years applying and building her change agent skills in South Africa, England, Ireland, and now America. Leanne’s calling is to help leaders make sense of their lives through the reclamation of passion and purpose. Leanne consults and coaches regularly, and her clients include such companies as Salesforce, GlaxoSmithKline, McKesson, SAP, UBS, Bayer, EQT, Highmark, UPMC and the American Bar Association. Leanne holds a Master’s degree in Industrial Psychology.

Program Partner

Women In Bio Pittsburgh