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November 2022 WAA Quarterly Event
Wednesday, November 30, 2022, 4:00 PM - 5:30 PM CDT
Category: Women's Affinity Alliance

Date: Wednesday, November 30, 2022
Time: 4-5:30 p.m.
Location: Virtual via Zoom

Event Description: 

The POWER Up content and facilitated discussions illuminate key behaviors that can support delivering communication with power, accelerate success, and identify behaviors that impede growth.  The goal of the event is to enhance and strengthen the skills, knowledge and capabilities critical to projecting authentic confidence, mindfully owning your career, and elevating your communication. The content is structured in a way to facilitate meaningful self-reflection and also provide you with a framework for elevated discussions in your role as a sponsor and mentor to others.

What is POWER Up? 

The EY POWER leadership development methodology is a means to springboard female professionals into deep conversations with one another in order to determine ways to enhance performance. Addressing gender parity and accelerating the advancement of women is an important issue, proven to contribute to the overall success of an organization. EY intends to lead the effort with Women. Fast forward, our unifying platform around women’s initiatives.

The POWER UP session is built from the 5 key areas listed below. This WAA session will cover sections O and W.

Project confidence authentically – exhibit a firm belief in your abilities
Own your career – mindfully take control of your career
Widen your network – identify and engage mentors, coaches and sponsors
Elevate your communication – communicate with clarity, self-assurance and intent
Realize your purpose – know who you are and what you stand for

About our speaker: 
Molly Cook joined EY in 2013 and is EY’s Global POWER Up Leader and the Americas Program Lead for Women. Fast forward, EY’s global platform to advance gender equality. In her role, she works closely with EY leadership and their clients focused on advancing women in leadership, women entrepreneurs and the next generation of women. Prior to joining EY, she was a development professional in the nonprofit sector. Molly is currently a member of the Big Shoulders Fund Chairman’s Advisory Council (CAC) Executive Committee, co-chairs the CAC’s D&I Committee, is the St. Matthias School Board President and is a former member of the Girl Scouts Gold Award Scholarship Committee and former member of the Girl Scouts Financial Literacy Advisory Committee. Molly and her husband, David, reside in Chicago and have four children: Aggie (8), Adelynne (6), Arthur (5) and Malachy (1).

Register Here.

WAA members | no charge
TEMPO & EWL members (not current WAA members) | $10
Guests | $10