Vancouver April 5, 2019

“We realize the importance of our voices only when we are silenced.”

MALALA YOUSAFZAI

Bringing together today's brightest women leaders to shape the future we all want to see.

Women all over the world are no longer accepting the status quo. They’re rising up, breaking through, pushing the boundaries and carving their own paths.

From glass ceilings and “leaning in” to office politics and work-life balance, women leaders face numerous challenges. As they move up the corporate ladder and take on increased responsibilities, leaders require a full understanding of how to pivot within an evolving corporate landscape.

In a world of information overload, The Art of Leadership for Women focuses on the topics and trends most critical to women leaders. This unique one-day conference features a remarkable collection of world leaders, business icons and bestselling authors.

Attendees will have the opportunity to learn improved ways of harnessing their individual strengths, elevating their skills, and leveraging their value in order to advance more rapidly into significant leadership roles.

Learned an actionable insight to become a better leader
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2019 Speakers

  • Tiffani
    Bova

    Tiffani Bova

    Growth & Innovation Evangelist at Salesforce and Bestselling Author

    Growth and Culture
    • Ten simple—but easily misunderstood—paths to growth.
    • Why it can be a mistake to imitate strategies that worked for your competitors, or rely on strategies that worked for you in the past.
    • Why the best place to learn the realities of the market, is from the field and to see it through the eyes of your employees and customers.

  • Emily
    Chang

    Emily Chang

    Anchor & Executive Producer at Bloomberg Technology, Emmy Award Winning Journalist and Bestselling Author

    Gender Bias and Diversity
    • Why women need a seat at the table if Apple, Google, Facebook and the startups of today are going to build our tomorrow.
    • Concrete steps to build a more diverse and inclusive workforce that reevaluates organizational strategies to work smarter, not harder.
    • Why striving for diversity in the workplace is not just the right thing to do, but the smart thing to do in a competitive global economy. 

  • Malala
    Yousafzai

    Malala Yousafzai

    Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, International Bestselling Author and Founder of Malala Fund

    Malala Yousafzai is co-founder and board member of Malala Fund. Malala began her campaign for education at age 11 when she anonymously blogged for the BBC about life under the Taliban in Pakistan’s Swat Valley.

    Inspired by her father’s activism, Malala soon began advocating publicly for girls’ education — attracting international media attention and awards.

    At age 15, she was attacked by the Taliban for speaking out. Malala recovered in the United Kingdom and continued her fight for girls.

  • Dr. Tasha
    Eurich

    Dr. Tasha Eurich

    Organizational Psychologist, Researcher and New York Times Bestselling Author

    Self-Awareness and Performance
    • What self-awareness really is, an understanding of your own self-awareness as a leader and how it helps leaders succeed.
    • How leaders who cultivate self-awareness bust through barriers to change, make smarter decisions, and lead more profitable companies.
    • What self-aware leaders do differently, and a few battle-tested tools to improve leadership skills and work performance.

  • Laura
    Gassner Otting

    Laura Gassner Otting

    Chief Catalyzing Officer at Limitless Possibility and Author

    Confidence and Potential
    • How to discover your “consonance" — how you align what you do with who you are, to achieve your limitless potential.
    • Why self-doubt and uncertainty consign big dreams to limbo, hindering your ability to perform at your highest potential.
    • How to master your leadership voice through contagious confidence that activates the leader inside of you.

  • Malala
    Yousafzai

    Malala Yousafzai

    Nobel Peace Prize Laureate, International Bestselling Author and Founder of Malala Fund

    Malala Yousafzai is co-founder and board member of Malala Fund. Malala began her campaign for education at age 11 when she anonymously blogged for the BBC about life under the Taliban in Pakistan’s Swat Valley.

    Inspired by her father’s activism, Malala soon began advocating publicly for girls’ education — attracting international media attention and awards.

    At age 15, she was attacked by the Taliban for speaking out. Malala recovered in the United Kingdom and continued her fight for girls.

  • Emily
    Chang

    Emily Chang

    Anchor & Executive Producer at Bloomberg Technology, Emmy Award Winning Journalist and Bestselling Author

    Gender Bias and Diversity
    • Why women need a seat at the table if Apple, Google, Facebook and the startups of today are going to build our tomorrow.
    • Concrete steps to build a more diverse and inclusive workforce that reevaluates organizational strategies to work smarter, not harder.
    • Why striving for diversity in the workplace is not just the right thing to do, but the smart thing to do in a competitive global economy. 

  • Dr. Tasha
    Eurich

    Dr. Tasha Eurich

    Organizational Psychologist, Researcher and New York Times Bestselling Author

    Self-Awareness and Performance
    • What self-awareness really is, an understanding of your own self-awareness as a leader and how it helps leaders succeed.
    • How leaders who cultivate self-awareness bust through barriers to change, make smarter decisions, and lead more profitable companies.
    • What self-aware leaders do differently, and a few battle-tested tools to improve leadership skills and work performance.

  • Tiffani
    Bova

    Tiffani Bova

    Growth & Innovation Evangelist at Salesforce and Bestselling Author

    Growth and Culture
    • Ten simple—but easily misunderstood—paths to growth.
    • Why it can be a mistake to imitate strategies that worked for your competitors, or rely on strategies that worked for you in the past.
    • Why the best place to learn the realities of the market, is from the field and to see it through the eyes of your employees and customers.

  • Laura
    Gassner Otting

    Laura Gassner Otting

    Chief Catalyzing Officer at Limitless Possibility and Author

    Confidence and Potential
    • How to discover your “consonance" — how you align what you do with who you are, to achieve your limitless potential.
    • Why self-doubt and uncertainty consign big dreams to limbo, hindering your ability to perform at your highest potential.
    • How to master your leadership voice through contagious confidence that activates the leader inside of you.

Register Now for The Art of Leadership for Women


 
SILVER
$499 +GST
GOLD
$799 +GST
PLATINUM
$1,099 +GST
What's Included
 
 
 

Seating

Theatre seating behind Gold first-come, first-seated.
Classroom seating behind Platinum, Row 3+
Premier classroom seating row 1-2

Insight Workbook and Conference Summary

Latest Issue of The Art Of Magazine

Book signing opportunities with speakers

Express entrance

Freshly brewed morning coffee and tea

Three-course networking lunch

Embossed journal and pen

Books from featured speakers

 
Exclusive reception and photo with Malala Yousafzai
SILVER
$499 +GST
What's Included

Theatre seating behind Gold first-come, first-seated.

Insight Workbook and Conference Summary

Latest Issue of The Art Of Magazine

Book signing opportunities with speakers

GOLD
$799 +GST
What's Included

Classroom seating behind Platinum, Row 3+

Insight Workbook and Conference Summary

Latest Issue of The Art Of Magazine

Book signing opportunities with speakers

Express entrance

Freshly brewed morning coffee and tea

Three-course networking lunch

Embossed journal and pen

Featured speaker books

PLATINUM
$1,099 +GST
What's Included

Premier classroom seating row 1-2

Insight Workbook and Conference Summary

Latest Issue of The Art Of Magazine

Book signing opportunities with speakers

Express entrance

Freshly brewed morning coffee and tea

Three-course networking lunch

Embossed journal and pen

Featured speaker books

  Exclusive reception and photo with Malala Yousafzai
I love The Art of Leadership for Women because of the palpable energy in the room. You can’t substitute what you can get physically from other people in connections, motivation, and self-belief than you can when you’re just together. It’s a powerful thing.
Jessica Herrin CEO & Founder, Stella & Dot

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