We’re focusing on fearlessly taking your next first step towards whatever it is you’re aiming for. If you’re aiming for owning your professional path, then don’t miss this Crafting Your Career workshop in NYC next week. We’re working with some very experienced women in the biz, who will help you express your talents and values to fearlessly craft the career you want. You own this.
As you’re taking steps toward building a career you love, if you’re not looking out for yourself, no one else will…except your crew, of course.
And we’re a part of your crew! The kind of crew that will help you do the REAL SH*T. That will help you get to the next rung on your ladder, one step at a time. That will introduce you to more peers who inspire you to take more action.
On that note, here’s a little intro to the speakers for our workshop!
Hillary Black is Joint CEO of Kay & Black Talent Management. With a B.A. in Psychology and a Masters Degree in Social Work to accompany her coaching work, Hillary is definitely bringing an educated, empathetic perspective to help us achieve our professional goals. She’s a natural at helping people realize their true potential, and we’re happy to have her speak with us!
Kathryn Freund is a graphic designer and creative-turned-recruiter and career coach, who has been with the Kay & Black team since 2015. Kathryn helped build We Are Social’s New York office and creative team where she realized her true passion is paving the way for others’ talents and goals. She holds a double B.A. from Fordham University Rose Hill in Visual Arts and English and is ninja-level-credentialled as a certified coach.
These women have spoken at places like One Club, 4As, Ladies Get Paid, Hustle Fest, WeWork, School of Visual Arts, FIT and more… so we’re in good company!
If you can’t make the workshop, or just want MORE…
you can make an appointment through perQ, Kay & Black’s one-on-one coaching division. They offer career coaching and action plans to support you in your career at any stage. Whether in one session or over the course of a few months you can dig into personal branding, career changes, portfolio, and website development, resume writing and editing, LinkedIn profile & SEO and more.
Tell them The Broads sent you 😉
The workshop is facilitated by Kay & Black Talent Management through their new Campus coaching program. These guys are some of the best at talent recruitment and coaching for award-winning boutique firms and leading fortune 500 companies. And we get them all to ourselves for this event!
The workshop will dive into some specifics that will help set you each up for the career you want…even if you aren’t quite sure what that is yet.
YOU’LL LEARN HOW TO:
Create a framework for your career vision.
Showcase your strengths and align with your value.
Use and build your network effectively.
Craft your personal brand.
Attract the right opportunity.
6:30pm – Doors open. Snacks and drinks.
7:00-8:30 – Workshop facilitated by Hillary Black and Kathryn Freund
8:30-9:00 – Questions and networking
(Thursday) 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
16 West 22nd St., 5th Floor, New York, NY 10010
Kay & Black Talent Management
Convene - Session 2 - Room C237 Park Ave, New York, NY 10017
We all know being a creative in advertising is a young person’s game. So how do you sustain your career and stay marketable when you’re way past 25, 35 or 45? Our panel of creative veterans, Hillary Black (Joint-CEO, Kay & Black), Piper Hickman (GCD, 3360i), Trish Schmitt (Freelance Creative Director), Kash Shrer (ECD, gyro), will talk about how to stay relevant, the challenges of going from an agency to freelance and vice versa, the side hustle, work-life balance and how to stay fresh throughout your career.
Virtual Spring Training spans the first 12 weeks of MAIP (Multicultural Advertising Intern Program) and serves as a key development period before Fellows start their agency experience. Fellows get the chance to virtually engage with learning materials from industry thought-leaders on topics such as creative ideation, the changing landscape of influencer marketing, and how to land their first ad job! The learning and development aspect of MAIP is the main reason why 96% of our fellows land full-time jobs after finishing the program. For more information on MAIP, you can reach us at maip.aaaa.org.
1 (Thursday) - 31 (Saturday)
1065 Avenue of Americas, New York, NY 10018
ThoughtWorks, Inc.99 Madison Avenue, 15th Floor, New York, NY 10016
Want to learn how to manage your pipeline? Conquer your taxes? Price your services like a pro? Then Hustle Fest is for you. We’re gonna teach you how to kick ass, solopreneur style. A full day of workshops, networking, and booze. For only $40.
The Mastering Workplace Conversations Series provides Junior to Mid-level employees with strategies on how to best communicate their needs and viewpoints with their fellow employees and supervisors, while building a community of talent that is empowered and mature in their delivery.
11/1: Channeling Your Inner Champion
11/8: Cultivating Agency Comradery
11/15: Decoding and Conveying Feedback
Kelly Parrotto, Hillary Black, Karen Crane, and Michele Prota
An intimate panel on Breast Cancer Awareness and the importance of community support. The night’s events will be hosted by Kelly Killoren Bensimon and feature renowned breast surgical oncologist, Dr. Eleni Tousimis. Our panel, moderated by Natalie Thomas, will touch on perspectives from survivors, doctors, and family members.
MODERATOR Natalie Thomas
Emmy-nominated producer: Today Show, Huffington Post
PANELISTS Emily Keeton
WeWork Head of M&A, breast cancer survivor
Husband of the late Lisa Bonchek Adams, noted breast cancer blogger and advocate
Doctor Eleni Tousimis
World-renowned surgeon, MedStar Georgetown University Hospital
WeWork member, co-founder of Kay and Black, breast cancer survivor
Are you looking for coaching advice to propel your career? Do you want to ask for a raise, but are already sweating at the very mention of the word? Do you wonder if your portfolio of work or resume is up to snuff? Do you wish you knew how best to handle your review? Are you not landing enough jobs to meet your hustle mentality? Don’t feel weighted from the stress of these questions. We’re here to help. Come join Kay & Black, Talent Management’s campus discussion.
For more information and to RSVP, click the “learn more” link below the map.
Mondays, Feb 6, 2017 – Feb 27, 2017
7:00pm – 9:00pm
At Ladies Get Paid, we believe the first step in effecting change is through educating and empowering ourselves. When it comes to negotiating though, many of us still struggle. This 4-week online course will change that.
This class is for those who are serious about getting paid what they deserve – and willing to do the hard work that gets them there. Our program will not only give you the talking points but also the courage to use them. We match you with other students to share your challenges, practice your pitches, and continue to support you after the last day of class. We’ll also have special guest lectures by some of our favorite lady heroes 🙂
Launching February 6th, this program consists of 2-hour webinars hosted every Monday at 7pm EST. Between classes, you are expected to touch base through Slack or Google Hangout with your accountability group and be ready to share your responses to the homework assignments by next class. If you have to skip a class, there’ll be a recording of the session plus notes.
It’s weird to put a number on yourself. But we all have to do it – whether you’re negotiating for a job or raising money for your startup – you need to translate your value into money and then defend it. Let’s talk about it.
This town hall (the first of 2017!) will feature the stories of women who’ve gone through this, whether it’s a freelancer convincing a client to pay her day rate, or a startup founder pitching a VC to give her millions of dollars. This town hall will include a new element: breakout groups, led by each of the speakers. As always we encourage you to speak up and share your story. And then go get paid. *
Speakers will include:
Jordana Kier, co-founder of LOLA
Julia Rothman, illustrator & co-founder of Women Who Draw
Jacquelyn De Jesu, founder of SHHHOWERCAP
Hillary Black, co-founder of Kay & Black
Ashley Feinstein Gerstley, aka the Fiscal Femme
Jamie Lee, coach at She Negotiates
Vivian Giang, Editor in Chief at Deloitte and freelance journalist