NAWRB’s Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Council (NDILC) recently introduced their Ten Women Leadership Principles, which they collectively created to help women in the workforce become more effective leaders at any stage of their careers, and empower other women to reach their full potential. This is a universal guide for all levels of leadership, and any woman can benefit from applying them. This week, NDILC presents the sixth principle, “Speak Out,” shared with a personal story by NDILC Chairwoman Desiree Patno, CEO & President of NAWRB.
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NAWRB’s professional development programs, NAWRB Consortium and Certified Delegate Spokeswoman, will help you advance your career by leveraging and sharing resources with other like-minded individuals and organizations. Interested in learning more about these opportunities? Make sure to sign up before our next Certified Delegate Spokeswoman meeting on May 21st 10:00 am PST.
As we tackle new challenges and continue to be tested everyday on so many fronts, NAWRB takes this opportunity to announce the special edition of NAWRB’s Magazine, Volume 9, Issue 1, newly titled “Essential Women Preserving the Quality of Life.” We are so proud to present our first ever collage of dynamic “essential women” as our sheCenter(FOLD).
During this time of stress and uncertainty, how are you using your innate capabilities and personal influence to make a positive impact? Often we are helping people we don’t even know as they see, hear or read about the act of kindness. We are accepting submissions for “essential women” by April 5th, 2020. Email your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org of up to 300 words, accompanied by pictures, name and position. (Space is limited).
NAWRB’s Diversity & Inclusion Leadership Council (NDILC) is proud to introduce their Ten Women Leadership Principles, which they collectively created to help women in the workforce become more effective leaders at any stage of their careers, and empower other women to reach their full potential. This is a universal guide for all levels of leadership, and any woman can benefit from applying them.
Women in the Housing & Real Estate Ecosystem (NAWRB) is excited to announce Know the Rules of the GameⓇ Podcast, featuring invigorating and open discussions with key executive leaders and experts on recent trends and developments in the housing and real estate ecosystem, as well as intimate discussions with peers, family and friends, that will make listeners feel a part of the conversation. Each episode will be a surprising fact about our distinguished guest speakers and a Tip of the Week! Contact email@example.com or call 949-559-9800 to apply to be a guest speaker, and tune-in to leverage resources for a better quality of life.
As 2019 comes to a close, NAWRB looks back at the tremendous change and growth we have had, and the new projects we have started to help the advancement of gender equality, women’s leadership and the health of communities by sharing resources for natural disaster recovery, elder financial abuse, small business sustainability, technology human balance Ⓡ, access to capital and opportunity zones. See below for the top stories and achievements that we have seen over the year.
The 2019 NAWRB 10th Anniversary Conference, Redefining Leadership, brought together industry leaders and senior executives from across the most inclusive economic ecosystem at the beautiful Langham Huntington Resort in Pasadena, CA.
As a partner organization on the Enterprising Women Advisory Board, NAWRB is pleased to announce that Enterprising Women magazine has opened nominations for the 2020 Enterprising Women of the Year Award, which is acclaimed as “the most prestigious global award recognition for accomplished women entrepreneurs.” The 2020 Awards will be presented on March 31, 2020, during the final evening of Enterprising Women of the Year Awards Celebration & Conference, a two-day conference in Clearwater Beach, Florida.
Yesterday, Fortune released their 2019 list of the Most Powerful Women in Business, which ranks women business leaders based on factors, such as the size and importance of their business in the global economy, the health and direction of their business, the arc of their career, as well as their social and cultural influence. Topping the list for the second year in a row is Marillyn Hewson, CEO of Lockheed Martin.
Women’s financial empowerment has been bolstered by access to education, increasing participating in the labor force and a growing number seeking entrepreneurship as a means of wealth building. According to the Winning Women: Key Insights for Wealth Firms Targeting Today’s Dynamic Female Clients by Clearview Family Wealth, WealthBriefing, Wealthmonitor and Boston Multi Family Office, surveying 35 wealth-holders, business owners, family office professionals and advisors, women control an estimated third of the world’s private wealth. In the United States alone, women are the primary earners in 40 percent of households.