Serving San Francisco, East Bay, and Silicon Valley

Ready to Be a Thought Leader?

Tuesday, March 7, 2017 Professional Development Series

5:00 - 7:30 pm
Wells Fargo Bank, 420 Montgomery Street, Penthouse, San Francisco, CA 94163

Thought leadership has been proven to be a significant competitive advantage for executives and entrepreneurs. People want to trust and learn from the individuals and companies they work with, and establishing yourself as a thought leader through articles, talks, books, boards, and OpEds validates your reputation, credibility, and expert knowledge. We have invited Denise Brosseau, author of "Ready to Be a Thought Leader?" and adjunct faculty at Stanford Business School, to lead a discussion about:

  • Why thought leadership matters, now more than ever.
  • How to use thought leadership to gain visibility for you, your team and your ideas across your organization & your industry.
  • What it takes to overcome the inner voices and the eternal busy-ness to step into a role as a thought leader.
  • Strategies for becoming more “discoverable” this year.

Co-sponsor: Wells Fargo Women's Team Member Network (WF WTMN)

SPEAKER

Denise BrosseauDenise Brosseau 

Denise Brosseau is the CEO of Thought Leadership Lab where she consults with change agents, including entrepreneurs, executives and their teams, on how to increase their influence, expand their impact and gain recognition for the innovations they have underway. Her personal mission is 'more women leaders at the top of every organization' and she has the privilege of working with many amazing women leaders across the US, helping them accelerate their journey from leader to thought leader.

The author of "Ready to Be a Thought Leader?" (Wiley 2014), Denise is a frequent keynote speaker and workshop leader for companies (Google, Microsoft, KPMG, etc.), conferences and associations. She is also a lecturer at the Stanford Business School on the topic of thought leadership.

Denise started her career in the technology industry with leadership positions at a variety of start-ups before co-founding the Forum for Women Entrepreneurs (now known as Watermark) and building it to 7 offices across the US. She also co-founded the Invent Your Future Conference and Springboard Enterprises – the women’s startup launch pad that has led to over $6 billion in capital for women entrepreneurs.

Denise received her BA from Wellesley College and her MBA from Stanford University. She was honored by the Obama White House as a Champion of Change and was recognized as one of the Top 100 Women of Influence by the Silicon Valley Business Times.

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