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Women of Color in STEM are you ready for the age of disruption?

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Industries have been recently taking initiatives to transform or revolutionize their business. In addition, as they modernize they need to maintain and keep their brand to stay on top of the market place. Women of Color in STEM have to ensure that they keep up the pace and find ways to navigate through transformative changes and disruptions. In today’s seminar we will explore some key skills and areas where are WOC of STEM need to capitalize on as they progress and utilize the opportunities when disruption occurs.

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Women of Color in STEM are you ready for the age of disruption?

  1. 1. Women of Color in STEM ready for the Age of Disruption? Developed By: Premeela Chacko, Senior IT Manager The Boeing Company WOC STEM Boeing Seminars October 2018
  2. 2. Moderator Career Achievement – Industry Gena Lovett, Vice President, Operations, Boeing Defense, Space & Security
  3. 3. Intro and Purpose Industries have been recently taking initiatives to transform or revolutionize their business. Women of Color in STEM have to ensure that they keep up the pace and find ways to navigate through transformative changes and disruptions. Key areas to focus on for disruption 1. Adaptability 2. Social Media Integration 3. Information overload awareness
  4. 4. Panelist Managerial Leadership – Industry Delores Alexander, Vice President, Indirect Supply Chain, Supply Chain and Operations
  5. 5. Panelist New Media Leadership Paris Forest Information Technology Director--Product Systems
  6. 6. Panelist Professional Achievement – Industry Lynn Fox Director, Apache International Programs
  7. 7. Panelist Technical Innovation – Industry Nia Jetter Technical Fellow, Spacecraft Autonomy, Flight and Controls The Boeing Company
  8. 8. Adaptability  Being adaptable includes understanding and navigating through change. This can introduce new risks and opportunities. Source:Getty Images
  9. 9. Social Media Integration  Many companies are now monitoring all avenues of social media and your professional brand maybe affected. Source:Getty Images
  10. 10. Informational overload awareness  I don’t know everything and but yet information is always pushed to me. Source:Getty Images
  11. 11. Author, 10/17/2018, Filename.ppt | 11 Social media exercise and Q&A 30 MIN
  12. 12. Instructions  Each seminar participant will take their phone as live feed feedback on social media channels during the debriefing.  Team members can share verbally at the session as well.
  13. 13. Author, 10/17/2018, Filename.ppt | 13 SPEED PEER-MENTORING EXERCISE
  14. 14. Rotation Instructions  Each speed mentoring session lasts 5 minutes with each session focused on the areas of disruption.  There is a 2 minute 'changeover' time between each session. Signaled by a sound.  Seminar participants faced to the right of the table will stay seated.  At the start signal, peers talk to the peer across from them.  When they hear the signal again, wind up your conversation, make notes on the record sheet and exchange business cards, Linked In etc  The final sound signal indicates the end of the session. Author, 10/17/2018, Filename.ppt | 14
  15. 15. ROTATION 1 5 MIN Author, 10/17/2018, Filename.ppt | 15
  16. 16. END OF ROTATION 1 2 MIN Author, 10/17/2018, Filename.ppt | 16
  17. 17. ROTATION 2 5 MIN Author, 10/17/2018, Filename.ppt | 17
  18. 18. END OF ROTATION 2 2 MIN Author, 10/17/2018, Filename.ppt | 18
  19. 19. ROTATION 3 5 MIN Author, 10/17/2018, Filename.ppt | 19
  20. 20. END OF ROTATION 3 2 MIN Author, 10/17/2018, Filename.ppt | 20
  21. 21. THANK YOU

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