THE WORKSHOP // SAN FRANCISCO
OCTOBER 26, 2018
Navigate your career to the next level with a select group of peers.
Let's do some amazing work together
You're already on your way. I want to show you how to get there faster, better, smarter.
Hi, I'm Angee Linsey.
Every day I speak with marketing and communications leaders who are heads down and immersed in their jobs. One day, they look up and realize they haven’t been managing their careers. Their path does not look or feel intentional.
That's why I created Dare to be Deliberate.
Your professional growth requires you to know your values, have a career vision, pay attention to your network (even when you don’t need them), nurture those mentor relationships, and develop your team. I want to help you do just that. I want to show you how to be intentional as you navigate your career.
I want you to dare to be deliberate. Join me!
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Workshop structure and benefits
PRE-WORK TO ARRIVE READY
A week before the workshop, you'll receive a written assignment to reflect on your tasks, your work, and your career. You'll be seeking to identify what works for you, what doesn't, and what you enjoy most.
A DAY-LONG, INTERACTIVE WORKSHOP
This highly interactive session includes self reflection, how you tell your story today, and future thinking. Plus, you get to hear from an executive panel on career issues. Facilitated by Angee Linsey, workshops help attendees learn to build and put into practice the tools to manage your career.
THREE BI-WEEKLY WEBINARS
Workshop momentum continues with webinars that meet every other week for six weeks. Each session, we check in with each other, join accountability groups, and work to establish patterns of career intentionality.
Full Day Live Session – Oct 26
We’ll cover topics including your personal values and vision for your career, how you tell your story and position yourself in a variety of settings, how you identify and nurture your personal board of directors and more!
Webinar 1 – Nov 14, 12–1:30pm PST
Guest speaker Andrea Dahmer is an expert at building long-term networks and keeping them alive. She'll show practical steps you can do right now to make this part of your ongoing career action plan.
Webinar 2 – Nov 28, 12–1:30pm PST
Guest speaker Mark Dollins brings his comms executive expertise to help you use a competency model to better evaluate yourself and your team. From there, we'll show how to have the right conversations with your leadership so they become champions for you and your team to grow.
Webinar 3 – Dec 12, 12–1:30pm PST
In our final session, we will solidify our Career Action Plan and participate in an amazingly powerful exercise that demonstrates how together we can help each other be more intentional and achieve our career goals for years to come.
Our executive panelists
STEPHEN J ASTLE
Steve Astle is SVP and managing consultant at Text100, a global marketing communications consultancy. He has more than 25 years of experience advising a wide range of businesses about how to capitalize on digital innovation and disruption to reposition themselves for long-term competitive advantage. He has worked in-house and as a consultant to early-stage companies as well as global, iconic businesses including Bloomberg, FICO, PayPal, Visa, Oracle, Cisco, Motorola and many others. He is an alumnus of the Stanford Graduate School of Business and holds advanced degrees in Psychology.
After a long career leading communications at major corporations including Charles Schwab & Co., Visa USA, General Motors and Levi Strauss, John Onoda has served as a consultant for both Fleishman Hillard and, currently, Gagen McDonald on a wide range of communications issues, most often advising on matters relating to strategy execution, change management, corporate reputation, best practices, corporate social responsibility and department structures. He also provides mentoring, coaching and advising to clients who face a myriad of obstacles that can prevent individuals or organizations from achieving their goals.
Donna Uchida is the Chief of Communications for the Office of the Chairman and CEO at Kaiser Permanente. She provides C-Suite strategic counsel in brand and reputation, executive visibility, external relations and internal engagement for global companies and agencies including Levi Strauss & Co., Oracle, Gap, Arysta LifeScience, Ketchum and Gagen McDonald. She serves on the Board of Trustees for the Arthur W. Page Society.
Full Day Workshop + Three Bi-Weekly Webinars
20 Maximum Participants | Mid-to-Senior Level Communications Professionals
THE WORKSHOP VENUE
225 Front Street
San Francisco, CA
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