We are pleased to announce the continued partnership with the Wisconsin Evening & Executive MBA Programs at University of Wisconsin-Madison, and exclusive sponsor Summit Credit Union, for the TEMPO Leadership Series.
We are excited to offer the 2019-2020 breakfast sessions at the Madison Club, located at 5 E Wilson St, Madison, WI 53703. Invitations will also be extended to Madison area women’s business groups.
Your payment for participation in this session directly benefits the TEMPO Foundation and supports TEMPO scholarships. We look forward to welcoming you and your guests at this year’s series.
Get Onboard: Pathways to Corporate Board Leadership
October 20, 2020--Virtual Event at 8 a.m.
Lindsay Hammerer, Partner at KPMG and Past Chair of Milwaukee Women, Inc.
Join Lindsay in a discussion about pathways to corporate board leadership to change the face and quality of leadership in the Wisconsin business community by increasing the number of women corporate directors. In 2018, 12 of the top 50 Wisconsin public companies had three or more women directors on their boards, an increase of 33% from 2017. While this is encouraging, there is still much work to do. This event’s discussion will promote the research concerning the value of diversity in corporate governance and management, and eliminating barriers to full inclusion of women in leadership positions, as well as focusing on the practical conversation of how to navigate and intentionally craft your pathway to corporate board leadership.
Tickets for TEMPO Madison members and guests are $35.
Click here for more information and to register for Session 2
The Role of Race in the Workplace Series
October 6, November 5, November 18 from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m.--All Sessions will be held Virtually
Binnu Palta Hill will present the final session of her special three-part series entitled "The Role of Race in the Workplace" exclusively for TEMPO Madison members and guests. Binnu Palta Hill is the Assistant Dean for Diversity and Inclusion at the Wisconsin School of Business (WSB). Prior to joining WSB in 2006, she spent over ten years in the UW System teaching, consulting, and designing programming that enhances inclusion by leveraging strategic leadership and organizational cultural dexterity. A distinguishing factor in her approach is the combination of academic research and lived experience to dissect core issues related to identity differences. Ms. Hill also teaches inclusive leadership in the Wisconsin MBA Programs.
Tuesday, Oct. 6 (9am - 10am)
Session 1: Peanut Butter, Jelly and Racism (courtesy NYT)
In this session, we will use a New York Times feature on race to discuss implicit bias and its impact on our expectations of others. We will also discuss the impact of interpersonal interactions versus biased systems.
Thursday, Nov. 5 (9am - 10am)
Session 2: First Encounters
We will examine our earliest experiences with race and racism, and deconstruct our socialization into perceptions of our own belonging and that of others.
Wednesday, Nov. 18 (9am - 10am)
Session 3: Making Sense of the Past and Present to Move to the Future
We will take a historical journey of race and racism across the world, and within our own country. The session will conclude with concrete skills that participants can utilize to enhance their own understanding, have more meaningful interactions and cultivate inclusion.
Tickets for TEMPO Madison members and guests are $25 per session for $60 for all three sessions.