Friday, February 22, 2019
7:30am – 10:00am
Join us as we partner with Pathbuilders and Moore Colson to share the four key stages of a woman’s career. This is a free two-hour continuing education (CPE) seminar designed to provide women in corporate accounting with the information to make smooth transitions between the prescribed stages that Pathbuilders has identified.
For more than 20 years, Pathbuilders has partnered with companies to help them to build strong pipelines of talented women, ready to take on complex business challenges. In our session, we will share insights on both the business case for gender diversity and some of the latest research on why gender matters in leadership. At Pathbuilders, we have identified the Four Key Stages of a Woman’s Career. Using our proven methodology combining leadership development and mentoring, we are privileged to work with these women as they prepare themselves for the next move. At a glance, the four stages are:
Stage One: Pathbuilders InsigniaSM – women entering the workplace, making their first mark on their organizations.
Stage Two: Pathbuilders Percepta® – women learning to manage people and projects, taking charge of their careers, and focusing on driving results.
Stage Three: Pathbuilders Achieva®- mid-level, multi-functional A-players learning to navigate corporate culture, establish executive presence, influence key outcomes.
Stage Four: Pathbuilders Inspiria® – women leading their organizations, creating high-performing cultures, inspiring others to achieve great things
In this fun and engaging session, we will work within the context of what we see as the four key stages in a woman’s career, highlighting the specific challenges and opportunities that exist at each stage as well as the developmental focus areas, methodologies, and interventions that position high-potential women to grow and advance. We look forward to sharing ideas, hearing the real-life stories from the members of our distinguished panel, and exploring not only what got them to where they are today but also what is next on the horizon for them.
Helene G. Lollis
President and Chief Executive Officer
Helene Lollis is the president and chief executive officer of Pathbuilders. She guides strategic direction and program development, provides high-level partnership with clients, and represents Pathbuilders in the community. In addition, Helene works closely with key clients to design custom solutions. Trained as an engineer, Helene spent 12 years with Amoco and then BP Corporation in plastics process design, product development, marketing, strategic planning and company mergers and acquisitions.
Helene is frequently invited to speak on the topics of mentoring, women in the workplace and career planning. She has been published in HR Magazine, Diversity Executive, and Talent Management and has been featured in The Wall Street Journal. Extremely active in the community, Helene is a past chair and on the executive board of Junior Achievement of Georgia. She also serves on the Board of Trustees for the Woodruff Arts Center and chairs its Women’s Giving Circle, and she serves on the NC State Engineering Foundation Board. She has previous board service with the Metro Atlanta Chamber, SHRM-Atlanta and the Atlanta Rotary Club. She is a graduate of Leadership Atlanta and a member of the International Women’s Forum and the Women’s Presidents Organization.
Helene was awarded the Gold Leadership Award by the Junior Achievement USA Board of Directors for her service to JA. She was named a “Woman Worth Watching” in Profiles in Diversity Journal, a Business to Business Woman of Excellence honoree, a POW! Purposeful Woman, and the Guiding Star from the Emory’s Executive Women of Goizueta. Helene served as a subject matter expert and session chair focused on mid-career issues at The Wall Street Journal Executive Task Force on Women in the Economy. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in chemical engineering from N.C. State and Purdue Universities.
Distinguished Panelists include:
Fio Griffith, Global Payments
Kelly Hunt, Calero Software
Adrienne McMillon, Cox Communications
Nimi Feghabo, KPMG
Due to limited seating and a strong response, we encourage you to register as soon as possible.