CSW62: What Women Leaders Must Do to be More Visible in the Media

Role models play a critical part in influencing young girls to aspire to leadership roles. Visibility of role models in the media not only impacts aspiration of the young, but also garners acceptance and respect of women's leadership capabilities by both genders in business, government, and the highest levels of power.

This panel discussion will explore why women don't have significant visibility in the media, what stops women from being media-savvy role models, and what actions women must do to enable equal gender representation in traditional, digital and social media. The panel will also address issues that impact women's unwillingness to raise their hands in a media-centric society.

Finally, the speakers will share their recommendations on the actions women can take to build self-confidence, leadership presence and good communication skills, while eradicating modesty, perfectionism and childhood 'good girl' habits that create roadblocks for success.

Free to attend, registration required.