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Opening Windows in the Glass Ceiling: 6 Key Practices of Successful Women Leaders by Lynn Matlock Hicks

Wednesday, March 2, 2005

The business world is still based on the rules of team sports. Knowing and understanding how to navigate within this system in critical to your success. There is a way to do this by understanding the dynamics of male and female cultures, identifying the rules of the game of business, and honoring your talents as a woman in the process.

Lynn will discuss 6 key practices that contribute to success for female leaders in the business world. These are important for anyone, but they are especially important for women because of the challenges faced by women both professionally and personally. Even though roles are shifting among men and women, we still face expectations from our culture as to how we’re expected to behave, responsibilities that are assumed women will handle, and messages we received growing up which drive our assumptions and mental models. The better we understand these influences and make them visible to ourselves and others, the more at choice we are.

Lynn will share these practices with us and provide an opportunity to discover the steps we can take to put these in motion for ourselves. It will be a fun and interactive evening.

About Our Speaker(s)

Lynn Matlock Hicks, MSOD, CPCC, is the principal of Transformation by Design, providing executive coaching, leadership development, and organization consulting services to leaders. She specializes in supporting women managers and executives to increase their visibility, move into positions with greater responsibility, and strengthen their leadership abilities. Lynn has 18 years of corporate business and management experience as a successful organization development consultant, leadership trainer, coach, financial analyst, and marketing manager. She has a Master’s Degree in Organization Development, is certified as a professional coach and is a Myers-Briggs practitioner. For more information, visit her website at www.transformbydesign.com.

Event Date and Venue

This event will be held from 6:00-8:00 on Wednesday, March 2, 2005 at:

    Howell Building
    1111 Fannin St
    Houston, Texas 77002

There will be parking validation available at the 1111 Fannin building if you
arrive by 6pm. Please be sure to enter via the entrance on Dallas, which
has a sign that says Howell Building Parking. Validation stickers will be
available at the registration desk which will need to be presented to
building security prior to exiting. Security gates for the garage are
programmed to come down at 6pm. If you arrive after 6pm, street parking is
available but cannot be validated.


6:00pm Registration, Dinner and Networking
6:45pm WITI Administrative Business and Introductions
7:00pm Guest Speaker
8:00pm Networking


Pre-registration for this event is closed and on-site registrations will not be accepted.

About Our Sponsor(s)

The new JPMorgan Chase was created on July 1, 2004, upon completion of the holding company merger between J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. and Bank One Corporation. With assets of approximately $1.1 trillion and operations in more than 50 countries, the firm is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers and businesses, financial transaction processing, asset and wealth management and private equity. The headquarters for JPMorgan Chase is located in New York.

JP Morgan's Investment Bank is an industry leader offering thousands of clients expert advice and execution in all aspects of capital formation, growth and preservation. JPMorgan clients include the world's most prominent corporations, governments, wealthy individuals and institutional investors.

For more information, visit http://www.jpmorganchase.com

Contact Us

For more info regarding registration or event details, please contact Sharon Fortmeyer Selan ([email protected]).

For more details about pre-registration, contact Tech Support.