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2013 IWL Women's Leadership Conference
Mark your calendar NOW for the 2013 IWL Women's Leadership Conference where women from around the state convene for a full day of educational sessions to empower, support and connect with topics such as:


  • Managing Your Personal Brand in a Demanding World and Enjoying the Ride!
  • Navigating Conflict with Confidence
  • Are You Sleep Walking Through Life?
  • and more

Why Should You Attend?

This Conference is developed to encourage individuals to take their careers into their own hands. This year's theme "Brand You!" is designed to facilitate greater self-awareness, enhance professional leadership skills, improve communication and build stronger networks to achieve results.
Learn About Building Your Personal Brand

Personal branding is a very important topic today, a time when it is up to you and really only you to manage your career. What an exciting opportunity you have to "declare" what you want to be and how you want others to see you. And as the "CEO of You, Inc.," you need to do just that.


Learn from and network with leaders who have built equity into their own personal brands and will be on hand to help you:

*Understand who you are and what really makes you different

*Communicate more effectively by managing your emotions and dealing confidently with conflict

*Coach, mentor, and lead others with both ambition and heart

*Manage your health on all fronts-physically, emotionally, and financially

*Build your brand on-line through social media

*Live your life with purpose and intention


WATCH for an e-mail soon

with registration details! 


Download our marketing brochure now for more information: 

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     Hear testimonials from last year attendees: 
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Registration for the 2013 IWL Women's Leadership Conference will open
June 24, 2013!
Jennifer Holmes to speak at 2013 WEB Awards 

The 2013 Women Excel Bloomington Awards recognize women leaders who have made their mark in Bloomington-Monroe County through business leadership, community service, and mentoring. We are pleased to announce that our very own, Jennifer Browning Holmes, will be keynote speaking at the event.


Reserve your seat today at: WEB Awards Registration 


More information will be available at a future date. 

Become Empowered at Inspiring Women's Night 
DATE: Thursday, August 8, 2013  


The Indiana Fever celebrates this special night with a pregame seminar at 5:45 p.m. titled, "Women Matter" led by Jennifer Browning Holmes, President & CEO of Integrating Women Leaders and featuring four honorees; Bridget Boyle, Vice President of Human Resources, Roche Diagnostics; Catherine Foley, Strategic Learning Portfolio Manager, Global Leadership Development Group, Eli Lilly and Company; Debra Hearn Smith, CEO, Girl Scouts of Central Indiana and Katie Peggs, Executive Assistant, Merrill Lynch. 


After the seminar enjoy networking, food and drinks in Legends and cheer on the Fever as they battle the Los Angeles Sparks. 


Tickets are $65 and include the pregame seminar, a Fever game ticket, food, beer and wine and Sheryl Sandberg's bestselling book, "Lean In." 


Tickets are available for purchase by calling Mackenzie Roth at 317-917-3077.

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"IWL exists to develop individual women into leaders through 
empowerment, support and connections."
Featured Book of the Month: 
however long the night
by Aimee Molloy
Inspirational and beautifully written, this book tells the story of a strong woman whose courage and passion helped her become a social entrepreneur and one of humanity's strongest voices for the rights of girls and women.
by: Kelbi Ervin, IWL Intern
06-12-2013 16:04:32 PM
"Authenticity is the foundation from which all meaningful change occurs." 
- Contributed quote from the book "I thought it was just me (but it isn't)" by Dr. Bren� Brown   

We live in a time when the need to feel connected is critical; however, the feeling of disconnection is increasingly high. It is difficult for us, as humans, to absorb our surroundings and not try to live up to our media-driven expectations. We all have a constant hunger of our need to feel normal and valued for who we are. While doing so, we begin to lose our authenticity..read more →...�



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