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BY:

KELLI THOMPSON

LEADERSHIP & CAREER COACH

MBA | SPEAKER | WRITER

How To

MAKE IMPACT

IN THE ROOMS

WHERE DECISIONS ARE MADE

Free Webinar

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IN HONOR OF INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY!

LEAD WITH CONFIDENCE &

TURN YOUR IDEAS INTO RESULTS

Ruth Bader Ginsburg was almost right when she said, "Women belong in all places where decisions are being made."
 
She's right, they need to be there, but not just to be the token woman in the room, but be empowered and supported to make her unique impact in that room.
More women than ever are in leadership today, but there is still a gap in the top rooms where decisions are made. It’s costing women, and organizations, in their potential and their paychecks.
50%
INCREASE IN COMPANY PROFITS AND SHARE PERFORMANCE WHEN WOMEN ARE WELL REPRESENTED AT THE TOP.

*Women in the Workplace 2020 Study

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It's not because women lack the confidence, the qualifications or experience to be the rooms that matter. Research shows that women hold more college education than men, and yet, they are still underpaid and under promoted.
85
FOR EVERY 100 MEN PROMOTED TO MANAGER, 85 WOMEN ARE PROMOTED. THIS DECREASES WITH WOMEN OF COLOR.

*Women in the Workplace 2020 Study

Here's the thing.

 

It’s tempting to believe that there is one set of rules to follow to advance to the rooms where decisions are made. 

 

There isn’t.

It’s time to stop working harder on someone else’s definition of success over your own.

 

You already have what it takes to lead with confidence. Holding back, keeping your ideas silent serves no one. You will find your voice when you learn to trust your body, intuition.

Join me for this inspiring and free webinar, in honor of International Women's Day, so you can:

Reflect

on your current approach and opportunities to create influence and turn your ideas into results.

Choose

confidence over conformity by claiming your unique talents, desires and goals.

Outsmart

your doubt and overcome imposter syndrome by exchanging your expensive thoughts for high value actions.

Practice

a model for advocacy to help you show up as your authentic self, advocate in alignment with your values, and make clear and compelling impact in the rooms that matter.

I'll issue a fun and inspiring challenge for everyone to practice on March 8 -

the official International Women's Day!

Join in!

SOMEBODY IS COUNTING ON YOUR UNIQUE CALLING

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Be in the Zoom where it happens!

*You'll begin receiving free, weekly confidence coaching tips from me, too!

I'm kelli

Hey!  

I HELP WOMEN LEADERS ADVANCE

WITH CLARITY & CONFIDENCE

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FRIDAY, MARCH 5

12 - 1 PM CT

ZOOM WEBINAR

IN HONOR OF INTERNATIONAL WOMEN'S DAY!

Kelli Thompson is a career & leadership coach, keynote speaker, and writer. 


 

She's on a mission to help women

advance to, and make impact in, the rooms where decisions are made.

Or, boost her confidence to trust her intuition

and create her OWN room. 

Kelli spent over 15 years in Corporate America in the training and marketing fields, and as leadership development expert and keynote speaker, before she leapt into entrepreneurship to start her own leadership and career coaching and speaking practice.

 

She is the founder of the Clarity & Confidence Leadership Masterclass program, a nationwide, online leadership development program for women leaders. Her thought leadership is been featured by Thrive Global and Introvert, Dear.

 

Kelli was awarded the Training Magazine Emerging Training Leader award for her demonstrated leadership in leading and generating strong ROI from her training programs.

 

She earned her MBA and has served as Adjunct Management Faculty at the University of Nebraska – Omaha.  

 

She completed intensive coach training by Harvard Ph.D., Martha Beck (aka Oprah’s life coach). She is certified in Reality-Based Leadership, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator and the Integrative Enneagram.

 

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