Heather Mc Kissick AWC Conference Ja10

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Paintings by Honoria Starbuck from Heather McKissick's lively breakout session at the Association for Women in Communications Get Smart Conference January 14, 2010 in Austin, TX.

Paintings by Honoria Starbuck from Heather McKissick's lively breakout session at the Association for Women in Communications Get Smart Conference January 14, 2010 in Austin, TX.

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  • 1. Heather McKissick
    Leadership Across Generations
    Association for Women in Communications
    Get Smart Conference
    January 2010
    Austin, Texas
  • 2. Leadership line
  • 3. Place in line I choose to occupy
  • 4. Good leaders are balanced
  • 5. Women’s leadership
  • 6. Feminism generation
  • 7. Brand smart
  • 8. Traditionalists in the community
  • 9. Immigrants cultural underpinnings
  • 10. Comrade in arms
  • 11. Artist Statement
    These 10 paintings were done on site at the Get Smart Conference of the Association for Women in Communication during the lively break out session facilitated by Heather McKissick.
    This set of small paintings reflect the flow of ideas and interactions on the theme of Leadership Across Generations. The session addressed gender and generational leadership styles, individual strengths and blind spots, and personal plans for leadership development.
    These illustrations connect through the artist to the poetic and abstract elements of the conversation of the highly interactive session.
    I am the painter in the room. Exchange of ideas directly inspires shapes, colors, and rhythms in my on-site work.
    Honoria Starbuck, Ph.D.
    honoria.starbuck@gmail.com
    slideshare.net/honoria