If you have any kind of leadership role in a business or nonprofit, you know that tapping into the talents of all your people can be a game-changer. If you’ve ever wondered how to do that, you need to know about Momentum‘s Equity and Inclusion Training.
Are you an early-stage career woman in the Birmingham area? If you’re wanting to grow yourself, your leadership skills, and your network, you need to know about Momentum’s Upward Program. We reached out to seven women involved with the program to find out more. Already know you want to participate? Applications open up June 15.
Changing times make leadership development programs in Birmingham even more relevant. If you’re wanting to find ways to grow as a leader and advance your career, we found seven programs you can apply for now.
Did you know Alabama’s largest leadership conference is just around the corner? Momentum Conference 2020 is March 11-12 at The BJCC. Get your tickets before February 20. Now, meet seven powerful speakers who’ll transform the way you work and lead.
Alabama’s largest leadership conference, Momentum Conference 2020, is coming up March 11-12 at The BJCC, and if you’re a professional, you’ll want to be there.
Registering to attend this conference, which only comes around every two years, is an investment in your career, your network and your life that will pay off in spades. Know you want to seize the moment? Save your spot now.
Momentum is a leadership development program for executive and early-career women based right here in Birmingham. So what can you learn from Momentum? Bham Now caught up with Ann-Marie Stanford, director of supply chain-special projects and supplier diversity at Spire. She also happens to be a recent alumna of Momentum’s Executive Leadership Program. Here’s how she’s applied three lessons from Momentum to her career and life.