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How CEOs Champion Inclusion
Women, Men and Influence

The evidence is clear, inclusive leaders and inclusive organizations outperform those that are not. According to a Catalyst report, firms with more women on their boards outperform their rivals with a 42% higher return on sales, 66% higher return on invested capital, and 53% higher return on equity.

Leaders send a powerful message when they demonstrate a commitment to inclusion. Yet we know women remain underrepresented in all ranks of management, especially in the C-suite.

Join us for a conversation with three of Seattle’s most influential CEOs to hear how inclusion has translated to impact. Hear how aspiring female leaders influence the power of male counter-parts to be more effective champions for increasing the number of women in leadership roles, the C-suite and on corporate boards.

Panelists Include:
• Gary Kaplan, CEO, Virginia Mason Medical Center
• Former Gov. Christine Gregoire, CEO, Challenge Seattle
• Ed Thomas, Managing Partner, Deloitte

Teri Citterman, executive coach and author, From the CEO’s Perspective

7:30am: Breakfast
8:00am: Program and Q & A
9:00am: Networking 

This program is brought to you Talonn and the World Trade Center Seattle. 

Thursday, September 14, 2017 
7:30am to 9:30am 

WTCSE Members | $50
Non-Members | $60

World Trade Center Seattle
2200 Alaskan Way
Seattle, WA 98121  map

Contact the WTCSE Concierge
at concierge@wtcseattle.com or

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