Through The WICT Network’s virtual learning environment, gain an understanding of the industry’s most challenging issues and develop or enhance your professional competencies. Attend presentations on targeted issues, interact live with industry peers and ask questions in real-time from recognized subject matter experts.

Membership is required for webinar participation. 

Why participate in The WICT Network Webinars?

  • Accessible – Webinars are delivered entirely via the web and all you need is standard web browser technology and a telephone.
  • Fast – get right to the heart of an issue in (generally) a 1-hour block that fits into your busy schedule.
  • Convenient – no travel, no time out of the office. Participate from the comfort and convenience of your office.
  • Easy – a computer and/or telephone are all you need.

All webinars are recorded for later access through our Online Learning Library.


Upcoming Webinars

Executive Level Distance Learning Series

The First, The Few, The Only
Thursday, June 23, 2022
10:00 am – 11:00 am (ET)

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Deepa Purushothaman, DEI Leader, Former Senior Partner at Deloitte & Author of The First, The Few, The Only

Despite being one of the fastest-growing segments in the workforce, women of color are still underrepresented, and are often the first, few, or only ones in a department or company. Deepa Purushothaman is on a mission to change this. In this pursuit, she met with hundreds of other women of color across industries and cultural backgrounds, eager to hear about their unique and shared experiences.  This research, coupled with her experience as the first Indian American woman and one of the youngest people to make Partner at Deloitte, provides an urgent guide to help women of color prevent burnout, lean in, and speak up, which she outlines in her book, The First, The Few, The Many. Deepa is a change agent and has empowered millions as a TED speaker. Social justice legend Billie Jean King says she will “build bridges, dismantle barriers, and change how we lead.”

In this inspiring fireside chat, Deepa brings us a roadmap, rooted in the lived experiences of women of color, for how we can create a profound and lasting impact in our organizations—ensuring that everyone is heard, respected, and valued for who they truly are.

We look forward to seeing you (virtually) there!

Completed Webinars

To access webinar recordings, visit our Online Learning Library.

Creating a Coaching Culture: A Business Imperative for Leading Today
Thursday, June 9, 2022
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm (ET)


Tanea Flanders, EVP, Global Learning & Leadership Development, Mediabrands

During this session, Tanea Flanders will lead a discussion on key practices for using internal and external resources to increase opportunities for coaching as an essential approach for developing women leaders. The increased number of coaching providers seeking to democratize coaching makes it more accessible to employees at every level. Explore ways women leaders can ensure greater access to coaching resources for their organization to help address challenges with burnout, imposter syndrome, work-life needs, and career development.

In this discussion we will explore:

      • Building the business case to scaling coaching within organizations
      • Using data-driven tactics for establishing diverse coaching programs
      • Advancing personal leadership development through coaching


Go Small to Win Big: Small System Changes Can Create Massive Growth
Tuesday, March 29, 2022
11:00 am – 12:00 pm (ET)


Dr. Dravon James, Motivational Speaker & Writer

If you’re anything like many of the clients I coach, somewhere in your journey you’ve heard the phrase, “Go Big or Go home.” You may be at a point in your life where you’re reflecting on how much sacrifice success takes and you’re beginning to ask yourself: Is it worth it? Is there a better way to achieve my goals and live a happy fulfilling life?  Dr. Dravon James’ Every Day Peace philosophy encourages leveraging everything that appears in your life to build to your next level of greatness.  It’s time to leverage your feelings of being overwhelmed and exhausted.  You can improve your well-being and goal achievement by making small system changes. Go Small and Win Big!


One Year Later…How Brands Really Pulled Up For Change
Wednesday, December 15, 2021
12:00 – 1:00pm ET


  • Lori J. Hall, Co-Founder & Head of Creative, Pop’N Creative
  • Jessica D. Lane Alexander, Co-Founder & Head of Digital Content & Marketing, Pop’N Creative

From a global pandemic to a racial reckoning, many brands took a strong stance against racism and inequity by saying that Black Lives Matter. However, was it all a fad? Did brands really pull up for change or did they only post up for the moment? How many brands “walked the walk” long after the news coverage and protests died down? How many companies created real change and measurable progress? In the race towards racial reconciliation, equity and inclusion, get ready for a reality check. Did the major brands you know and love actually back up their words with long-term actions? You just might be shocked.

Actionable Takeaways:

  • Top 5 ways to ensure your commitment to diversity is authentic
    • Be accountable (internally and externally, if possible)
    • Measure progress (create a roadmap for progress and goals along the way that can be measured)
    • Do regular check-ins and updates (let people know your progress, whether internally, externally or both)
    • Be transparent (e.g. if it’s not going as planned, be honest and create a new plan to get back on track)
    • Stay committed (long after the protests/complaints are over)


Executive Level Distance Learning Series

The Power of a Woman’s Voice
Monday, November 8, 2021
12:00 – 1:00pm ET

Women often face unique communication challenges in the corporate setting. In this executive level webinar, Speakeasy Inc. will delve into executive presence, body language and non-verbal communication in a way that allows you to participate with, be heard by, and ultimately influence others.

Participant takeaways include an increased awareness of how to:

  • Be seen as a leader and have a stronger executive presence.
  • Appear calm and confident when you are nervous or stressed out.
  • Be more intentional about how you are perceived by others.
  • Use your body and voice to connect with your listener(s).

Founded in 1974, Speakeasy Inc. is a global consultancy that provides coaching and instruction to teams and individuals on the the communication competencies they need to drive success.

The WICT Network gratefully acknowledges the Walter Kaitz Foundation
as the Exclusive Sponsor of the
Executive Level Distance Learning Series



Leading and Succeeding in a Multigenerational Workforce
Wednesday, September 29, 2021
12:00 – 1:00 pm (Eastern)

The next generation of leaders are increasingly faced with the complex challenge of managing a multigenerational organization.  For the first time, four generations are working side by side, each at different life stages, and each with different perspectives, expectations, and needs. In this session, Arika Pierce will give you actionable tools to overcome challenges and bridge generational gaps. In addition, you will gain techniques for leading a successful multigenerational organization and learn how to leverage generational differences for a stronger, more productive team.

Arika Pierce
Leadership Coach, Attorney, Author and Speaker


Executive Level Distance Learning Series

Reconnecting with Resilience: From Uncertainty to Metamorphosis

Resilience capacity is about more than just bouncing back. It’s about springing forward, professionally and personally. In this inspiring and dynamic session, packed with actionable tools, you will learn about the three resilience spheres – individual, team, and organization – and how to:

  • Cultivate your own leadership resilience capacity, particularly when business is brisk and everyone on your team, including you, is tired.
  • Create a resilience toolkit that is tailored specifically to you.
  • Identify the key resilience ingredients that build your muscles of adaptability and recharge your batteries.
  • Build and lead resilient teams that pivot and perform under pressure.
  • Harness the chaos of change and innovate within it.
  • Grow a resilient organization that is forward-looking, able to adapt swiftly, and market responsive.

To learn more about the speaker, Sarah Levitt, click here.

WICT gratefully acknowledges the Walter Kaitz Foundation
as the Exclusive Sponsor of the
Executive Level Distance Learning Series


The Beyond the Hashtag series was established in the wake of the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements, which ignited a global campaign about the obstacles women encounter routinely in their professional lives. WICT’s #BeyondTheHashtag Series seeks to present real-world solutions by moving workplaces from dialog to action in an effort to build inclusive and equitable workplace cultures that end bias, bigotry and prejudice.

Beyond the Hashtag Learning Series: #StopAsianHate
Thursday, May 27, 2021

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As part of our recognition of Asian American and Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month, WICT and the Walter Kaitz Foundation presented a powerful panel to address ways to #StopAsianHate.

Panelists shared perspectives regarding the violence and harmful rhetoric experienced by AAPI communities, the societal factors that lead to such incidents, and moreover, a path forward for civil engagement, advocacy and community activism for members of the AAPI communities and their allies.

Click here to Download our #StopAsianHate Resources page which provides a sampling of the many resources available to help support AAPI communities.

Meet the panelists:

Sujata Gosalia
EVP & Chief Strategy Officer, Cox Communications

Mindy Kang Hwang
Executive Director, NGAN Product Management, Comcast

Margaret G. “Peggy” Kim
Founder, iSTANDtv
Founder, FUTURE NOW Media Foundation, Inc.

Katherine Liu
EVP, Strategy & Operations, Viacom International Media Networks


Presented in Partnership with

WICT gratefully acknowledges the #BeyondtheHashtag Series Platinum Sponsor


Ladies Get Paid – Fireside Chat
Wednesday, March 17, 2021
12:00 – 1:00 pm (Eastern)

Sponsored by NCTA The Internet & Television Association

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Knowing your worth and advocating for yourself is vital for anyone, especially women, who want to take command of their professional lives and change the trajectory of their careers. Join educator, author, and founder of Ladies Get Paid, Claire Wasserman, for a fireside chat facilitated by Annie Howell, Chief Communications Officer at Crown Media Family Networks, where they will explore the different professional challenges women face in the workplace and strategies to combat them.

From dealing with imposter syndrome to navigating office politics to negotiating salaries, this session will highlight tactics Claire outlines in her new book, Ladies Get Paid, and provide you with actionable advice to help advance your career and achieve your leadership goals.

WICT gratefully acknowledges the exclusive sponsor of this webinar


Embracing and Driving Powerful Positive Change
Recorded on Wednesday, December 9, 2020
12:00 – 1:00 pm (Eastern)

A leader’s responsibility involves not only getting people to accept that change is inevitable, but driving transformation when it is needed. In this webinar, you will learn why change is so difficult for companies to initiate and why innovation that does occur frequently falls victim to a “flavor of the month” mindset.

Join speaker Michael Levin for this informative session and add the following skills to your leadership toolkit:

  1. Understand how to get your team to embrace change and how you as a leader can drive that change. You will also learn about the organizational modifications that senior leadership must make to create an environment where this can occur.
  2. Recognize why change frequently isn’t sustainable and is dismissed as the “flavor of the month.” You will return to your work knowing the three steps that are critical to creating positive, sustainable change, and how to implement those steps.


Executive Level Distance Learning Series

Together Apart: Building Meaningful Virtual Connections
Recorded on Wednesday, December 16, 2020
1:00 – 2:00 pm (Eastern)

Priya Parker, host of The New York Times podcast Together Apart and author of The Art of Gathering, shared exciting new approaches on how we can connect that will transform the ways we spend our time together. Drawing on her expertise as a facilitator of high-powered gatherings around the world, Priya helped us reimagine our virtual meetings to deal more productively with the effects of isolation.

In her book, Priya argues that the gatherings in our lives, work-related and otherwise, are often lackluster and unproductive. We rely too much on routine and repeating the past when we should focus on the distinctiveness of the people involved. At a time when many of us are confined to our homes and crave personal connections more than ever, she sets forth a human-centered approach to gathering that will help everyone create meaningful, memorable experiences, large and small, for work and for play.

This stimulating conversation between Priya and Johnita Due, SVP and Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer, WarnerMedia News and Sports, was both journey and guide, full of new ideas with real-world applications. We gained new insights into our next work meeting or industry conference – and how we host and attend them.

WICT gratefully acknowledges the Walter Kaitz Foundation
as the Exclusive Sponsor of the
Executive Level Distance Learning Series


Executive Level Distance Learning Series

Mapping a Courageous Leadership Journey
Recorded Wednesday, August 12, 2020
1:00 – 2:30 pm (Eastern)

Impostor syndrome is real. Many successful people feel, or have felt, that terror that someone is going to discover that they’re a fraud. Most of us who experience this phenomenon equate it with the workplace, but it is just as likely to be a factor in realms of life.

In August 2020, the U.S. celebrated the 100th anniversary of women attaining the right to vote via the 19th Amendment to the Constitution. As we prepared to mark this milestone and honor the courage of those who fought for this achievement, WICT partnered with She Should Run® to explore women’s roles in decision making, from the grassroots level to the highest echelons of government.

We can’t expect to achieve the best policies when nearly half the population has a limited voice in determining policy. And we won’t reach equal representation in our lifetime unless a pipeline of women begin to see participation in legislation as a possibility within reach.

In this offering, participants learned strategies to help overcome impostor syndrome and left better able to:

  • Understand the value of gender parity in leadership for business and politics.
  • Recognize social and personal barriers to leadership.
  • Advocate for and support gender parity in leadership and political representation.
  • Invite and support women to pursue leadership opportunities.
  • Determine their individual path to civic engagement.

Find out what role you play in strengthening our democracy and what steps you can take to solve gender inequality.

Meet the presenter, Jarinete Santos, and guest speaker, Michelle Love-Day.

Learn more about She Should Run and join their Community that provides an approachable starting place for women to learn what their path to public leadership could look like.

WICT gratefully acknowledges the Walter Kaitz Foundation
as the Exclusive Sponsor of the
Executive Level Distance Learning Series


Executive Level Distance Learning Series

Constructive Conflict
Recorded Wednesday, July 1, 2020
12:00 – 1:00 pm (Eastern)

Conflict is natural and inevitable. When you add the stress of a global crisis and remote work to an organizational culture of rapid change and complexity, conflict is likely to increase. With perspective and skill, you can successfully navigate conflict to uncover real issues and reach agreements that bolster relationships. Constructive and healthy conflict not only creates hope and resilience, it is the basis for creativity and innovation.

This webinar will help you to:

  • Communicate positively and effectively;
  • Identify core issues constructively; and
  • Reach agreements that satisfy all parties involved.

To prepare for the live discussion, please think of a chronic conflict or two that you have experienced (either from work or home). We will use those to identify and build our conflict navigation skills.


Power in Crisis: How to Step Up and Use Power Better, in Any Role, on Any Stage

Recorded Thursday, May 14, 2020
12:00 – 1:00 pm (Eastern)

In just a few months, the world has changed, and we are all struggling to adapt. As fear and uncertainty rise in our workplaces, so does the need for strong leaders who are not afraid to use power. In this session, Deborah Gruenfeld, Stanford Professor and author of the new book, Acting with Power: Why We Are More Powerful Than We Believe, addresses how leadership styles will change in the face of the current crisis, and how women leaders in particular can rise to the occasion by learning to wield power without fear.

Click here to learn more about the presenter, Deborah Gruenfeld, Joseph McDonald Professor, Professor of Organizational Behavior and Co-Director, Executive Program in Women’s Leadership, from the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

WICT gratefully acknowledges the Walter Kaitz Foundation
as the Exclusive Sponsor of the
Executive Level Distance Learning Series


Learning to Love No
Thursday, April 23, 2020
12:00 – 1:00 pm (Eastern)

According to research published by Harvard Business Review, women in business must substantially outperform the average professional in order to get ahead. As a result, a “yes” culture has been created. Society tells us that to be seen as a true go-getter, deserving of success, we must say yes to everything that comes our way. We must prove that we’re willing, eager, and capable of doing it all.

The reality, however, is just the opposite. In this presentation, entrepreneur and award-winning business consultant, Erin Joy draws from personal and client experiences and qualitative research to refute the dangerous “just say yes” mindset and prove that there is even more power in saying “no.”

Click here to learn more about the presenter, Erin Joy.


Resilience: Your superpower to THRIVE!
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
12:00 – 1:00 pm (Eastern)

We all agree that we can’t control what happens around us. What we CAN control is whether we choose to react or respond.  We usually react without thinking, a normal but unconscious habit that can leave us feeling awkward, clumsy and out of control.

The first step in learning to control our response to a stressful situation is to build emotional resilience. In the workplace, studies show that teams that foster emotional resilience result in happier, healthier and more productive employees.

Presenter Stephanie Dalfonzo has spent more than 20 years researching holistic, natural and scientifically proven ways to do more than just manage anxiety, but truly break free from its vice-like grip. During this session, Stephanie will describe how simple shifts can lead to lasting changes – uncomplicated techniques that can easily fit into anyone’s daily routine.

Register for this live webinar to understand how to manage stress for peak performance and be ready to take on any challenges.


Executive Level Distance Learning Series – for Executive Members only:

One Size Never Fits All: Creating Your Personal Leadership Journey
Wednesday, November 13, 2019
1:00 – 2:00 pm (Eastern)

Much of the business and leadership advice given to women on how to thrive and advance in the workplace is based on how men thrive and advance. The sustainable advancement of women requires that we recognize and understand the differences between how women and men communicate, work and lead. This thought-provoking webinar will dive into those differences in a candid and practical way.

Join Dr. Arin Reeves, bestselling author, leading researcher and advisor in the fields of leadership and inclusion, for an interactive online session that will challenge you to think differently about the issues women face in leadership. You’ll learn to tailor the way you communicate and lead to best fit your own situation. This session will also explore how different self-promotion tactics can impact business development success.

Click here to learn more about the presenter, Dr. Arin Reeves.

WICT gratefully acknowledges the Walter Kaitz Foundation
as the Exclusive Sponsor of the
Executive Level Distance Learning Series


The Connection Mindset – New Tools for Building Resilience, Authenticity and Emotional Intelligence
Wednesday, December 11, 2019
12:00 – 1:00 pm (Eastern)

We are social animals, evolutionarily and neurologically wired for connection. Unfortunately, our personal, professional and cultural beliefs are sometimes at odds with creating meaningful connection. The Connection Mindset uses this innate biological need for connection as a framework for building resilience, authenticity and strengthening emotional intelligence. We will explore skills and best practices for reconnecting with self, meaning and others from a dual perspective – how they contribute to personal health and well-being and how they improve professional and organizational performance.

Click here to learn more about the facilitator, Scott David.


Asking for What You Want and Getting What You Need: Secrets of Successful Negotiators
Thursday, June 27, 2019
12:00 – 1:00 pm (Eastern)

Advocating for yourself or your organization can be challenging! Find out how to recognize negotiating opportunities and properly prepare for them in this one-hour webinar that will introduce the 3 Rs of effective negotiation preparation. Susan Borke, Principal of BorkeWorks and expert negotiator, will describe how to recognize opportunities for negotiating—asking for what you want. You will also learn elements of a practical, easy-to-implement approach to use when preparing for negotiations—to get what you need.


Executive Level Distance Learning Series – for Executive Members only:

Great Things Happen When Women Connect
Tuesday, June 11, 2019
1:00 – 2:00 pm (Eastern)

This webinar is for women who know how important it is to honor relationships at work (and in life!) but need a little nudge and a roadmap to make it happen. Because we’re so busy leaning in, dropping the ball, breaking ceilings, multi-tasking until the cows come home, not to mention demanding pay equity and freedom from abuse and harassment, it’s all too easy to forget our basic needs. When we connect, our stress hormones go down, and our outlook improves. We’re happier, more productive, and better humans. Based on twenty years of studying workplace culture and being a professional woman with three children, presenter Erica Keswin combines the science with simple, actionable, life-changing steps to bringing your human to work every day.

WICT gratefully acknowledges the Walter Kaitz Foundation
as the Exclusive Sponsor of the
Executive Level Distance Learning Series


Become a Champion Growth Coach: How to Give and Receive Feedback
Thursday, May 30, 2019
12:00 – 1:00 pm (Eastern)

In order to enjoy a truly robust professional and personal life, we need to learn how to grow – a skill that isn’t always easy to master for some. Growth requires change and change can be difficult. We need people in our lives who can provide positive coaching conversations to move us toward maturity.

Join us for this dynamic webinar and discover both how to engage in and deliver helpful coaching conversations. Dr. Randy Ross will be unpacking principles from his latest book, Relationomics: Business Powered by Relationships, as he helps us untangle some of the biggest challenges facing leaders today. Reduce drama and grow your teams to higher performance one conversation at a time.


Leading While Female – BioDisruptions
February 27, 2019
1:00 – 2:00 pm (Eastern)

Throughout a woman’s career, she will likely experience one or more “BioDisruptions” that will impact her life – both personally and professionally.

We cannot predict the unique ways our biology will evolve over time but we can benefit from sharing our experiences. Presented by trusted partner, Stone Lake Leadership, Leading While Female – BioDisruptions, will take a brief look at four BioDisruptions common in a woman’s lifecycle: fertility; women’s cancers; “Yo-Yo” weight gain/loss; and menopause.

For each of these topics, Stone Lake will make space to explore these unique issues and how best to navigate the effect they have on our lives at work. We’ll discuss how to gain support and handle challenges in the workplace caused by these life events. We invite you to share your own experiences and perspectives as we delve into these important – but often avoided – topics.


Sustainability & Impact in a Changing Industry: A PAR at Work Webinar
December 13, 2018

WICT’s PAR survey tells us that retention is the key to increasing the pipeline of women in our industry. What does that mean for you as a team leader and an employee?

Join WICT along with Sara King and LD Bennett, experts from the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL), for this 90-minute webinar as we explore strategies and methods you can use to ensure your job satisfaction stays high and your team members remain engaged.

By taking cues from the PAR survey findings as well as incorporating lessons and best practices from their work with CCL, Sara and LD will help you learn to:

  • Sustain yourself in a shifting industry
  • Find meaning in your work
  • Make yourself more visible and relevant in the workplace
  • Navigate sponsorship/mentorship relationships
WICT gratefully acknowledges the Walter Kaitz Foundation
 as the sponsor of the PAR at Work Webinar Series 


Recorded December 6, 2018
Take the Leap: Lead to Influence

The more effective you are as a leader, the further you will progress in your career. Join Michelle Beauchamp for this webinar and learn to lead with confidence whether you are responsible for developing your organization, other people, or just yourself.

By participating you will take away an understanding of the following:

  • The levels of leadership and how you can advance to level 5
  • The Law of Common Ground
  • Listening Values, Barriers and Recommendations
  • The Big Mo(mentum)

Prepare to not only listen but to reflect on your own circumstances, and learn to apply the laws of leadership to your daily work. Discover how you can expand your influence and become even more effective in the coming year.


Recorded November 13, 2018
Protect Your Energy and Let Go of Perfectionism

Executive Level Distance Learning Series – for Executive Members only. Executive members can view the recording online.

Do you constantly feel drained and on the verge of burnout? Are you too hard on yourself, dwelling on your mistakes and never stopping to feel proud of your accomplishments?

This webinar will teach you to set boundaries at work and accept who you are, flaws and all.

By participating, you will learn how to:

  • Embrace your self-worth
  • Combat imposter syndrome and the need to always be perfect
  • Use productivity hacks to improve performance
  • Focus and prioritize
  • Set boundaries
  • Make a plan and develop scripts to push back
  • Practice self-care
  • Handle mistakes with grace and integrate daily mindfulness

Join WICT and presenter Claire Wasserman, founder of Ladies Get Paid, an organization that seeks to close the wage and leadership gap though career development.

Claire has collaborated with Nike, WeWork, and Squarespace and was chosen as one of Bumble’s 100 Most Inspiring New Yorkers. She has traveled across the country hosting town halls for thousands of women to talk about money, work, and self-worth, and she is currently writing a book about the experience.

WICT gratefully acknowledges the Walter Kaitz Foundation
as the Exclusive Sponsor of the
Executive Level Distance Learning Series


Earlier Webinars

Recorded July 10, 2018
Attention Pays: How to Drive Productivity and Profitability

To get the results you want, you need to get attention. But most people don’t know how to get it and keep it.

People often see attention as a transaction – something to trade – but it’s much more than that. Celebrated author and speaker Neen James has identified that people pay attention at three different levels; personal, professional, and global, and she’s designed a powerful methodology that makes it easy to leverage all three. Neen’s Intentional Attention model helps individuals and organizations be more deliberate about the choices we make and the actions we take.

Register now to discover what makes attention valuable and why paying attentionin very specific ways drives productivity and profitability.

You’ll learn:

  • Why we get attention wrong (and how to get it right)
  • The three types of attention, Personal, Professional and Global and how to master each
  • Strategies to design work and personal environments for optimal attention and focus
  • How to turn your technology and devices from frustrating distractions to powerful levers
  • A simple framework to get your team aligned, focused and executing faster than ever


Recorded May 16, 2018 

The Seismic Shift Reshaping Today’s Workplaces

Executive Level Distance Learning Series – for Executive Members only 

Headlines are blazing with stories on harassment and the launch of the MeToo, SeeHer and TimesUp initiatives. While they started in the entertainment/media industry, these discussions are resonating with people all around the world. The reverberations are driving strong emotions and difficult conversations in our workplaces, at dinner tables, in classrooms, and government chambers.

In this webinar, we’ll explore the biological force behind this tectonic shift and what it means for workplace interactions as well as organizational structures and policies.

Our presenter Dr. Britt Andreatta is a thought leader who studies the brain science of humans at work and brings a unique perspective to this issue. She is the author of Leading with Emotional Intelligence and Wired to Connect: The Brain Science of Teams and a New Model for Creating Collaboration and Inclusion with over 7.5million views of her online courses.

As an executive, you need to provide guidance to your organization during this critical time. This webinar will provide you with some new insights and tools for navigating the shifting landscape. Topics include:

  • Brain science of harassment, silence, shame and defensiveness
  • Role of unconscious bias, micro-aggressions, privilege and power
  • Reframing training, policies and risk mitigation to create fair and respectful workplaces

Executive members can view the recorded webinar online (login required).

WICT gratefully acknowledges the Walter Kaitz Foundation
as the Exclusive Sponsor of the
Executive Level Distance Learning Series




Account for This!
Recorded February 8, 2018

Accountability is more than just reprimanding poor performance. If leveraged fully, it can be used as a powerful motivator and benchmarking tool for growth. This holds equally true for direct reports as well as your own development. How would you rate your responsibility to and for others on your team? Join in this conversation to reflect on your level of accountability and develop this skill to create a work environment built on encouragement rather than punishment.

In this webinar, you will:

  • Gain self-awareness of the levels of accountability at work and in life;
  • Understand how to change accountability conversations – both internally and externally;
  • Explore accountability as a leadership tool in managing others.
Click here to learn more about the instructor, Judy Hissong.

All WICT members can access the recording in the Public Discussions area of  WICT Connects (login required). 



Recorded December 12, 2017
Building Adaptive Capacity: A Living Systems Approach to Change

Traditional approaches to change are driven by a desire to predict and control with machine-like efficiency. But our world is increasingly complex and calls leaders to think differently about ourselves, each other and the world around us. Workplaces are multigenerational, industries are consolidating, and new technologies force leaders to rethink the nature of business itself.

What if we looked to the genius of living systems for their strategies to thrive in ever-evolving, interconnected environments?

As leaders in our own human ecosystems, we can learn and apply lessons from Nature. A living systems framework can turn any organizational member into someone who uses inspiration from nature to transform teams and tackle their most challenging initiatives.

Welcome to the flourishing evolution!

Click here to learn more about the instructors, Sally Breyley Parker and Argerie Vasilakes.

All WICT members can access the recording in the Public Discussions area of  WICT Connects (login required). 



Recorded Thursday, November 9, 2017

Executive Level Distance Learning Series

Mindful Teambuilding

Trust is a foundational principle for successful teams. When team members have mutual appreciation and recognition of each other’s contributions, they set aside their personal interests for the sake of the greater good. Honest, compassionate and mindful communication from a leader who provides constructive feedback balanced with appreciation creates an atmosphere where team members empathize with each other and build strong bonds.

In this webinar, presenter Pandit Dasa, mindful leadership expert and former monk, addressed the importance of creating an environment where ego battles aren’t responsible for stifling the team’s progress. This approach encourages individuals to appreciate the contributions of their co-workers instead of feeling threatened by them.

During this one-hour webinar, participants came to understand the scientific research on mindfulness and how it can improve and enhance workplace cooperation. The session closed with a guided mindfulness practice that participants can take back to their teams to reduce stress, improve productivity and boost emotional intelligence.


Exclusively for Executive Level members

Contact membership@wict.org to gain access to the recording.


WICT gratefully acknowledges the Walter Kaitz Foundation
as the Exclusive Sponsor of the
Executive Level Distance Learning Series



Recorded Wednesday, July 19, 2017
Maximizing Your Opportunity


Do you struggle with identifying opportunities that could potentially change your life? And when you find it, do you struggle with capitalizing on the opportunity, maximizing it and taking it to the next level? In this webinar, Shaniece will walk you through the necessary steps to help you identify which opportunities are the best for you in order to personally develop and create the lifestyle that you desire. You will learn how you can succeed in your nine-to-five, find a passion project, and manage your personal life at the same time. It is all about maximizing the opportunities that will take you to the next level. Choose to change the path of your life and choose to change it TODAY!

Click to learn more about the instructor, Shaniece M. Wise.

All WICT members can access the recording in the Public Discussions area of  WICT Connects (login required). 




Recorded Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Executive Level Distance Learning Series

Drop the Ball: Achieving More by Doing Less

Once the poster girl for doing it all, Tiffany Dufu, a renowned voice in the women’s leadership movement, struggled to accomplish everything she thought she needed to in order to succeed.

Like so many driven and talented women who have been brought up to believe that to have it all, they must do it all, Tiffany began to feel that achieving her career and personal goals was an impossibility. Eventually, she discovered the solution: letting go.

In Drop the Ball, Tiffany recounts how she learned to reevaluate expectations, shrink her to-do list, and meaningfully engage the assistance of others—freeing the space she needed to flourish at work and to develop deeper, more meaningful relationships at home.

Join us for this one-hour informative and inspirational webinar. Tiffany will help you understand how you too can embrace imperfection and expect less of yourself (and more from others), enabling you to devote the necessary energy to achieving your real goals.

Exclusively for Executive Level members

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Recorded Tuesday, March 21, 2017
Be Frustration Proof: Tools to Move from Frustration to Fortitude

Packed with practical tools to have you moving past frustration at critical junctures, this hands-on program reveals four ways to shift your focus and get clarity about any struggle.  Participants will learn the four phases of moving from frustration to fortitude, D.U.M.P. the resistance holding them in place, learn to use adaptation to build personal resilience, and prioritize their focus for maximum well-being and success.

Click to learn more about the instructor, Courtney Clark.

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Recorded Wednesday, February 8, 2017
The Visibility Quotient: 5 Strategies for Growing Your Impact and Influence

Getting promoted today demands that you and your ideas are front and center. In essence, you must build your Visibility Quotient (VQ) in order to grow your impact and influence. But, how?

Leadership expert Esther Weinberg shows you why you must balance your Emotional Quotient with your Visibility Quotient in order to succeed in our new social media economy. Listen to Esther as she shares strategies on how to:

1. Identify the top 3 pitfalls to avoid when growing your VQ

2. Grasp the power dynamics in your organization to get your voice heard

3. Develop strategies for gaining influence with those above you

4. Increase your impact even with those who share contrarian view

5. Build your network strategically for maximum visibility and influence

Click here to learn more about the instructor, Esther Weinberg.

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2016 Webinars:


Recorded Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Five Traits of Exceptional Individuals

Exclusively for Executive Level members

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Recorded Thursday, November 10, 2016

Challenges of Women Breadwinners – Compensation Negotiation Strategies

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Recorded Tuesday, June 14, 2016

The Power of Connectional Intelligence

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Recorded Tuesday, May 24, 2016 

Think like a Venture Capitalist!
Move from a “cubicle mindset to an enterprise mindset”

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Recorded Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Find Your Leadership Voice

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2015 Webinars:

Recorded Monday, November 9, 2015

Making the Connection Between Leadership Performance & Wellbeing

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Recorded Wednesday, August 5, 2015

Zap the Generational Gap!

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Recorded Tuesday, July 14, 2015

Transform Your Relationship with Stress

Exclusively for Executive Level members

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Recorded Wednesday, July 15, 2015

Developing Self-Aware Leaders

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Recorded Thursday, September 17, 2015

4 Secrets of an Agile Leader: How to Champion Change to Drive Performance

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WICT gratefully acknowledges the Walter Kaitz Foundation
for its support 
of the Executive Member Distance Learning Series