Lessons in Leadership is for leaders eager to grow. Join fellow CXers on the 1st Tuesday of every month for a conversation about a relevant leadership topic to grow in knowledge, learn from others, and identify ways to stretch yourself.
Each month our Lessons in Leadership facilitator, Julie Klima, will interview a guest presenter who will share their experience and philosophies about leadership. Our special guest for August is Bonnie Hagemann, CEO of EDA, Inc. formerly known as Executive Development Associates. EDA is a progressive firm using its HR/Culture Tech platform and it 39 year history of top-of-the-house executive development to create compelling cultures and advance the strategy of the companies we serve.
Whether you are a manager or project leader, new entrant to the workforce with company leadership on the horizon, an entrepreneur leading in a variety of ways, or an executive, you are welcome to join Lessons in Leadership. Real discussion leads to evolving mindsets and behaviors, and the CX virtual environment is comfortable for open discussion and sharing.
Bonnie Hagemann is a leading voice for advancing the state gender equality on corporate boards and in senior executive positions. She co-founded WomenExecs on Boards a network of over 200 high-level, high-profile women from 23 countries who have completed board governance education at Harvard Business School. She is on the business council for business council for global illuminator Exponent.org, an organization founded at Google that is working to advance gender equality by influencing the highest levels of power, influence and decision-making. And, she is the lead author of a new inspirational leadership book called The Courage to Advance: Real Life Resilience from the World’s Most Successful Women in Business.
Bonnie Hagemann is also a renowned expert in visionary leadership and workforce trends and the CEO of EDA, Inc. premium human capital brand with a powerful CultureTech platform and services that help companies create and maintain compelling cultures where employees are key stakeholders and feel like an important part of the organization’s story.
She a published author of 3 books and is often called on for leadership strategy by organizations and as a subject matter expert for the media including MarketWatch, Fast Company, The Wall Street Journal, CNN, US News and World Report and many more.