December 13, 2022
Women in the Workplace: The State of Women in Corporate America
Women in the Workplace is the largest study on the state of women in corporate America. Join the High Tech Council, 2022 Women in Leadership Initiative (WIL) Sponsor PTC, and Knowledge Partner McKinsey & Company as we explore key findings and themes from the 2022 report. Following a summary of key takeaways from the report, presented by McKinsey Partner Megan Greenfield, Ph.D., Linda Rossetti, renowned author and expert on transitions, will lead an interactive session reframing the takeaways, before Dr. Greenfield moderates a panel discussion featuring Renee Connolly, Chief DE&I Officer at MilliporeSigma / Merck KGaA, Catherine Kniker, Chief Strategy & Sustainability Officer at PTC, and Grace Lee, Regional President & Group Lead at M&T Bank.
January 18, 2023 • Member-Only
Building Resilience Through Mindfulness & Compassion Workshop
Bentley University’s Center for Women in Business has developed a unique offering for employees of MHTC members that will share the business case for the benefits of mindfulness practice for long-term success and resilience at work and in life. In this 90-minute introductory workshop, participants will practice strategies to cultivate self-awareness of physical and emotional well-being, and for managing and self-regulating difficult yet very common emotions in the workplace.
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Upcoming Partner Events
November 29, 2022 • Partner Program
Sparking Student Breakthroughs: Improving Educational & Economic Opportunities for All
Join the Student Pathways to Success coalition on November 29 at 1:00 p.m. for Sparking Student Breakthroughs: Improving Educational and Economic Opportunities for All, a webinar that will highlight steps states and schools are taking to better connect student learning to future career opportunities. The event will feature state and national leaders including Lieutenant Governor-Elect Kim Driscoll, Assistant Secretary of the U. S. Dept. of Education Amy Loyd, CEO and Partner of Getting Smart, Tom Vander Ark, a national expert on innovative learning, and Executive Director of the Massachusetts Business Alliance for Education, Ed Lambert.