April 19th – 21st, 2020
Springhill Suites by Marriott
5800 High Point Dr. Irving, TX 75038
Enabling leaders to have a greater sense of self-awareness is important for both genders. Men and women DO think and act differently dependent on biology, culture and societal norms.
The Women’s Leadership Development Conference will provide a female focused two and a half day workshop that would enable each participant to be a stronger leader through self-assessments, exercises on appreciating gender differences, the Imposter Phenomenon, and authentic leadership while offering practical tools that can be applied back in the workplace. Participants will draft action plans to facet their learnings in their current position to become a stronger leader. Check back soon for the complete program!
- Build your leadership capacity by learning and practicing techniques in the interactive workshops
- Be inspired by new ideas and strategies that fine tune your skills and leadership abilities.
- Grow your professional network of women across the Scouting movement.
This conference is designed for women at all levels throughout the Scouting movement. Open to CEO’s, Managers, and independent contributors.
REGISTRATION OPENS FEBRUARY 12TH, 2020
Registration Fee: $350
Registration fee includes two-half day conference, opening dinner, two breakfasts, two lunches, and assessments associated with the conference. Registration closes April 1, 2019 with a maximum capacity of 115 participants.
NOTE: Registration does not include travel and hotel.
Hotel and Travel Information
Springhill Suites: 5800 High Point Dr. Irving, TX 75038
By March 31, book your hotel reservation by calling Debi Cahill at SpringHill Suites by Marriott Las Colinas in Irving, Texas at 972-580-1120; or, by sending an email with all reservation details to Debi.Cahill@Marriott.com.
Other Hotels in the Area:
Comfort Inn-1223 Greenway Cir, Irving, Tx 75038-972.518.0606-.5 miles
Nylo-Las Colinas-1001 W Royal Ln, Irving, TX 75038-972.373.2900-1.1 miles
Staybridge Suites-1201 Executive Cir, Irving, TX 75038-972.465.9400-.7 miles
Holiday Inn-110 W John Carpenter Fwy, Irving TX 75038-972.650.1600-2.5 miles
Hyatt Place-5901 N MacArthur Blvd, Irving TX 75038-972.831.0909-.9 miles
Fly into DFW Airport. You can either coordinate with the hotel for a free airport shuttle, or take an Uber/Lyft/Taxi to the hotel.
Tracie Shipman is the Owner of Many Voices, a company devoted to providing facilitation services, team development, customized training, and leadership coaching. Since 1984, Tracie has focused her energy and enthusiasm on helping people and teams become stronger and more effective.
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Rebecca Bales is an expert in Organizational Development and a Change Management specialist. She has worked in this field since 1993, has a background in Psychology and Human Dynamics with her graduate work in Organizational Development.
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Northern New Jersey Council
Rebecca began her Scouting career as a District Executive at the Chicago Area Council. In 2008, Rebecca became Scout Executive for the Los Padres Council in Santa Barbara, California. She served as the Western Region Talent Manager from January 2015 to November 2016. On December 1, 2016, Rebecca assumed the role of Scout Executive/CEO for the Northern New Jersey Council.
Rebecca received her B.A. and MBA from Indiana University. She is Wood Badge trained, a Vigil member of the Order of the Arrow and has served a Course Director for National Camp School.
Membership Growth Group Director
BSA National Council
Prior to this role, Wendy served as Scout Executive in the Coronado Area Council in Salina, Kansas. Before becoming Scout Executive, Wendy served as Director of Field in the Three Fires Council headquartered in St Charles, IL. Wendy started her career in the Pikes Peak Council in Colorado Springs, CO as a District Executive and ultimately became the Assistant Scout Executive there.
Wendy holds a BA in Sociology from St. Olaf College and a Masters of Public Administration from Montana State University. She is also a proud member of the Fox Patrol in 21st Century Wood Badge and is also a OA Vigil Honor Member.