Presenter: Hillary Barnhart and Guests Rebecca Sloop, Robin Walton and Cynthia Kuo
In this fast-paced, interactive, one-hour webinar, Hillary Barnhart will guide you, step-by-step to craft your personal business model canvas where the key resource is YOU - your interests, skills, abilities, personality and the assets you own or control. Beyond just dollars and cents, your personal business model will take into account soft costs such as stress, and soft benefits such as recognition and satisfaction.
In this webinar you will:
- Clarify 9 building blocks that describe how you, as an individual, create, deliver and capture value.
- Consider how to better align your personal and career aspirations.
- Understand how to validate and confirm that your model will bring you the results you desire.
- Hear what three other women learned from developing their Business Model Canvas's and how it impacted their lives.
- Produce your own Business Model Canvas.
Hillary Barnhart is senior director of business operations and program management for a business unit within a high tech Fortune 500 company. Entrepreneurial, connected, results-oriented and passionate about innovation, she brings visions to life and gives life to visions; concept-to-market, quote-to-cash; process optimization, strategic turnarounds and business transformations. Hillary founded and leads an intrapraneurial venture for an augmented reality application, borne from an IoT pitch competition.
Hillary's experience includes 20+ years in pivotal roles in engineering, product management, operations, information technology, business development and marketing. She serves as the Network Director for the WITI WIN SEMI and is a Board Member with the Association for Corporate Growth Silicon Valley (ACGSV). She advises startups with gender-diverse teams, in building, growing and scaling their businesses. Her sweet spot is helping others to maximize their leadership potential. Hillary earned an MBA at Santa Clara University, a master's degree in industrial engineering and a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering from Stanford University.