36 min

Supporting Women at Work with Kate Eberle Walker Key Conversations for Leaders

    • Management

Kate Eberle Walker is the CEO of PresenceLearning, the leading provider of online special education services for K-12 schools. In this role, she leads a majority female employee population, whose mission is not only to provide students with learning needs, but to provide a flexible career path for nearly 1,000 special education clinicians, many of whom are working mothers. Kate became the CEO of The Princeton Review at age 39. Prior to that, she navigated the male-dominated investment world at Goldman Sachs working her way up through management roles. She shares tell-it-like-it is advice with her fellow managers and in her book The Good Boss: 9 Ways Every Manager Can Support Women at Work.


Inside this Episode:


Should Women Adapt to the Culture Or Should the Culture Adapt to Women?

Hidden Realities of Being a Woman in the Corporate World

Identifying Inclusive and Exclusive Behaviors on Teams

Unconscious Micro-Aggressions And What To Do About Them

What an Organization Filled with “Good Bosses” Looks Like

How To Get Started on Becoming a Good Boss

What It's Really Like For New Moms Returning to Work

How to Immediately Engage Parents as They Return to Work

Being Proactive and Asking For What You Want


Links:


Website


LinkedIn


Twitter


The Good Boss

Kate Eberle Walker is the CEO of PresenceLearning, the leading provider of online special education services for K-12 schools. In this role, she leads a majority female employee population, whose mission is not only to provide students with learning needs, but to provide a flexible career path for nearly 1,000 special education clinicians, many of whom are working mothers. Kate became the CEO of The Princeton Review at age 39. Prior to that, she navigated the male-dominated investment world at Goldman Sachs working her way up through management roles. She shares tell-it-like-it is advice with her fellow managers and in her book The Good Boss: 9 Ways Every Manager Can Support Women at Work.


Inside this Episode:


Should Women Adapt to the Culture Or Should the Culture Adapt to Women?

Hidden Realities of Being a Woman in the Corporate World

Identifying Inclusive and Exclusive Behaviors on Teams

Unconscious Micro-Aggressions And What To Do About Them

What an Organization Filled with “Good Bosses” Looks Like

How To Get Started on Becoming a Good Boss

What It's Really Like For New Moms Returning to Work

How to Immediately Engage Parents as They Return to Work

Being Proactive and Asking For What You Want


Links:


Website


LinkedIn


Twitter


The Good Boss

36 min