June 6, 2018
New Jersey Bankers Association
Women in Banking Conference

Are you missing out?
The Women in Banking Conference is just around the corner and you don’t want to miss this year’s event!  Our speakers are top-notch (we think they’re amazing) with messages that will resonate if you want to learn, lead and be inspired!

Still undecided?
Take a look at this short video of Morris Morrison, our Keynote, who gets to the heart of what’s in store at the Conference!



Wasn’t he cool? And there’s more!
So sign up today while there’s still time.  And if you already signed up, bring your colleagues to experience this enlightening program. There’s room for all to gain knowledge, power and mentorship. Be inspired!  

Dima Ghawi, Transformational Catalyst for Leadership Development and Empowerment has been added to the Program. Her topic will address Transforming Fear into Power.

Concurrent Breakout Sessions

Option A:
Negotiating While Female: How to Get What You Deserve With Your Integrity Intact
Susan Mach, Owner, Mach Creative Services
This workshop offers you practical, real-world tips to improve your negotiation skills.  From preparing to negotiate to figuring out what to do when you're feeling emotional and overwhelmed, this workshop will help make you a fierce negotiator--while protecting your reputation for being a business woman of honor and integrity.

Option B:
“It’s OK to Say No!”

Lauren J. Hammer, Principal, Hammer Leadership
• Thinking Systems - how my saying “no” impacts others in my system (personal and professional)
• Managing uncomfortability - relates to anxiety, self-disclosures, “I” positions
• Engaging in difficult conversations - strategies
• Emotional maturity and emotional courage
• What it means to be helpful and being responsibly responsible (as a leader, with colleagues, customers, family members)
• Accountability - to oneself and others
• Boundary setting for oneself
• Consistency and respecting standards, policies and procedures
• Self-care - putting oneself responsibly before others
• The gift of “no” - allowing others to learn and think for themselves

Option C:        
Unconscious Bias in the Workplace

Dr. Patti Ippoliti, Assistant Professor of Professional Practice, Rutgers Business School
This session will allow you: 
• To understand why diversity and inclusion has become so important in the workplace, both today and in the future
• To build an understanding of what "Unconscious Bias" is, and how it impacts our perspectives, decision-making and behavior
• To begin to identify our unconscious biases and their implications in our professional and personal lives 

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