Open to men and women, this provocative presentation by Valerie Alexander is bound to challenge many of your basic assumptions about how to navigate the workplace. In her provocative book, Valerie writes candidly about how she believes “female” instincts often get in the way of women's success and what she believes women can do to talk the language of success and then to walk the talk.
This topic will be useful to a broad audience given the tremendous diversity in today’s work environment across genders, ages, professional etiquettes and expectations.
$25 HBSASC members // $30 non-members
About the Speaker
Valerie Alexander is an author, speaker, filmmaker, coach, recovering attorney and investment banker. Valerie’s keynotes, seminars and workshops have entertained, trained and inspired entrepreneurs, artists, lawyers, doctors, investment bankers, managers, students, homemakers and CEOs from coast to coast. Prior to becoming a screenwriter, Valerie was a corporate securities lawyer, a venture capital consultant and an investment banker in the Silicon Valley. Valerie received her B.A. from Trinity University and her J.D. and M.S. degrees from the University of California, Berkeley. In the spring of 2010, she was invited to Berkeley Law to teach the legal ethics seminar, Representation of Law in Film.