Leading Meaningful Change Use-of-Self Series Experiencing The World as a Woman over 50
Leading Meaningful Change Use-of-Self Series
Experiencing The World as a Woman over 50
Date: October 21,2020
Time: 3pm ET/ 1pm CT / Noon PT
Virtual Workshop (Zoom)
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If 50 is the new 40, are our ‘golden years’ getting further away? With everything going on in the world, how golden will they be?
The entire world has changed in recent months. Women, already disproportionately impacted by the effects of COVID-19, will face particular challenges as we age. Now is the time to focus your approach to living in the present while planning for the future.
We have called in some of the world’s leading experts on women and aging to help us deliver this two-hour working session designed exclusively for women over 50. We will:
- share themes, patterns and approaches that women over 50 have used to be their best selves and guide their way of living and being;
- reflect on the experiences that have shaped our lives;
- make sense of our current context; and,
- help guide possible paths forward.
The session itself is two hours. We’re also asking that you complete a self-reflection questionnaire in advance. This will take approximately 15-20 minutes to complete.
Participants who submit their questionnaires by October 12, 2020 will receive a personalized report before the session. An anonymized roll-up report with themes and patterns will be discussed in the session.
Deborah Ferro Burke
Deborah Ferro Burke is a trusted advisor, consultant and coach to leaders and their enterprises. She has built and delivered leadership programs and qualitative assessments and has facilitated high-stakes decision making at Fortune 50 companies, start-ups and universities.
She was a pioneer in organization transformation at GE, leading programs at the Crotonville Management Development Institute, and initiating Work-Out, Change-Acceleration Program (CAP), and Six Sigma in several GE businesses and corporate functions. Debbie has been Associate Professor at the Lally School of Management at RPI, and a mentor-instructor in the MIT Undergraduate Practices Program (UPOP).
Debbie holds an BA from Smith College, MBA from Columbia University, and Doctorate in Human and Organization Systems from Fielding Graduate University.
Diane Okrent is a qualitative marketing research consultant with 40 years’ experience. She moderates focus groups and conducts interviews with consumers and professionals. She is president and founder of DO Research, Inc., marketing research consultants, established in 1991, to provide marketing research direction and consulting services for consumer-oriented and business-to-business clients.
Prior to DO Research, Diane was a research executive at CBS Television, Dentsu Young