is is a 90 minute video on demand panel discussion (recording from our live event) on career offroads and onroads – navigating a woman’s career in business. It is based on a Harvard Business Review report entitled “The Hidden Brain Drain: Off-Ramps and On-Ramps in Women’s Careers.”
Our panelists share personal insights on career off-ramps and how these off-ramps have impacted their careers. They share strategies to on-ramp after taking time off to raise children, care for elderly parents, or to manage other life experiences.
The course lessons include audio discussions from our panelists on negotiating tips, confidence advice, mentorship, career inspiration and thoughts on gender diversity in the workplace.
*** If you are a member of Women in PR North America log-in to our PR Academy to watch this discussion free of charge.
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Talia Beckett Davis is the President and Founder of the Organization of American Women in Public Relations and the Organization of Canadian Women in Public Relations. She is the Owner of Pink Pearl PR, an agency that specializes in baby and kid’s products, beauty, fashion and lifestyle brands. Beckett-Davis is a Women in Business Judge for the Stevie Awards and previously served as Communications Chair for the Women in Leadership Foundation. She holds a Masters’ Degree in International Relations from the University of London, England, and a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from Royal Roads University.
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