This year's Conference is broken out into three tracks:
Leading An Organization
Below is a breakout by category. Attendees may decide to remain in one track or jump from track to track, based on their personal leadership goals.
Engage in a discussion about mental and emotional wellness and its effect on your productivity.
Participants will learn the impact of women on the U.S. economy, business growth and employee morale; differences in male versus female leadership styles; and what everyone needs to know about girl powers.
Leadership through purpose, motivation, and direction. A discussion on the role of mentors in your career growth and how to cultivate mentor-ship relationships.
Groups are powerful resources in any organization. When you tap into groups, you don’t just get the best of individual members, you also get the best of group interaction. The result is a more dynamic, creative and empowered team.
This Strength Finder workshop focuses on drawing out the strengths of an individual. The strength building workshop philosophy believes that Leaders gain more from their employees when they focus on strengths and talents versus weakness.
Uncover some myths about motivation, Identify what motivates you and your team, explore motivational theories, and learn how to tap into monetary motivators.
Learn about forming the right relationships and building skills to advance in the federal government.
This highly interactive seminar will guide the audience through the discovery of essential principles critical for leading high-performance teams with DIVERSE members in the 21st century .
The largest customer in the world is the US Federal Government. The government buys all types of services and products. Learn how your company can become a contractor to the federal government.
Determine if your business idea will add value to the market. How to raise funding from friends and family. Effective time management when working a full-time job and starting a new business.