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Featuring keynote speaker Heather McKissick, CEO Leadership Austin. Heather is an organizational development and communication specialist with specific expertise in leadership development, change management and facilitation. Our Discussion will cover: · Why women struggle to balance their work and personal life · Typical mistakes that affect work-life balance · Is it possible to achieve personal (i.e. motherhood) and professional success simultaneously?

4/18/2013
When: 4/18/2013
6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Where: State Capitol Building
1100 Congress Ave
Austin, Texas  78701
United States
Contact: Grisel Del Hierro


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Our Discussion will cover:
·  Why women struggle to balance their work and personal life
·  Typical mistakes that affect work-life balance
·  Is it possible to achieve personal (i.e. motherhood) and professional success simultaneously?
 

When: Thu. Apr 18 Registration: 6:30 PM  Event Time: 7:00 to 8:30 PM

Where: State Capitol Building, Legislative Conference Room E2.002 (Take elevators
to E2)

Light appetizers will be served 

 

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Our Speaker: Heather McKissick

Heather McKissick  Heather McKissick is an organizational development and communication specialist with specific expertise in leadership development, change management and facilitation.  Heather is Chief Executive Officer of Leadership Austin, a non-profit organization where people of diverse backgrounds and experience come together to learn about civic leadership, engage in meaningful dialogue about important public issues, and collaborate to make a difference in Central Texas. Since 1979, thousands of individuals have graduated from the Leadership Austin Essential Class or enhanced their leadership capacities through its open enrollment programs.

As the former Director of Organizational Development and Education for the Seton Healthcare Network she was responsible for the Organizational Development system which includes employee and leadership development initiatives for more than 10,000 employees across Central Texas. Seton is a healthcare Ministry within the Ascension Health system. Ascension Health is the nation's largest Catholic and largest nonprofit health system, serving patients through a network of hospitals and related health facilities providing acute care services, long-term care, community health services, psychiatric, rehabilitation and residential care.  

Prior to working for Seton, she was at the Lower Colorado River Authority (LCRA) in Austin, Texas, assisting their Corporate Services business unit develop comprehensive action plans for improved employee engagement and workplace communication. The former Manager of Technology Services’ Learning and Performance for the LCRA, Heather managed the creation, development and delivery of learning and performance enhancement programs across the authority. She is also a former Global Communication Specialist for Motorola Semiconductor Product Sector.  

Adding to her expertise in business communication and curriculum development, Heather is the former Assistant Dean of Humanities at St. Edward's University, where she also served as a faculty member and advisor to graduate and undergraduate students.  

Heather is a member of the Community Advisory Board for the St. Edward’s University New College Program and the Young Women’s Alliance. She is a recipient of the Austin Business Journal Profiles in Power award in 2010.  

Heather can be reached via Leadership Austin at www.leadershipaustin.org.





 

Parking Information:

http://www.tspb.state.tx.us/SPB/Plan/Parking.htm

Texas Capitol, Capitol Extension and Capitol Visitors Center

Parking is available in the Capitol Visitors Parking Garage at 1201 San Jacinto located between Trinity and San Jacinto Streets at 12th and 13th streets. Parking is free for the first two hours and $1.00 for each half hour thereafter (maximum daily charge: $8.00); accessible parking is available with accessible routes to the Capitol. Metered spaces are available throughout the complex.


Rates are subject to change during special events on weekends.

Bullock Texas State History Museum

Parking is available in the museum's underground parking garage. For more information about museum parking please visit: http://www.thestoryoftexas.com/plan-your-visit/general-information


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