We all hope that if we work hard and do a good job, the rewards—recognition, bonuses, promotion – will follow. Sadly, recent studies show women are not achieving the same level of success as men in many fields, including technology, science, academia, and venture capital. How can you ensure that your great work is recognized and valued—and “promote” yourself without feeling like you’re bragging? Learn the tools you need to get the recognition you deserve, in ways that you can feel good about.
Linda Thompson founded an executive coaching and leadership consultancy, L2T Leadership Development to unlock companies’ best-kept secrets–their high-potential leaders below the executive level. Linda draws on more than 20 years of experience as a corporate vice president and director of human resources responsible for multiple areas of talent management and leadership/organizational development. Linda holds a Bachelor’s degree from Skidmore College and a Master’s degree from the University of Pennsylvania. She completed the Human Resource Executive Program at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business as well as the OD/HR Management program at Columbia University.
Light dinner and refreshments served
“JHTC always brings together relevant speakers/thinkers and interesting people – that’s what networking should always be about!”
Joyce Stoer Cordi,
“JHTC lets me connect with my community and Israel and get in touch with the latest trends in technology outside of my specialized industry.”
“JHTC meetings are a great place to congregate and learn… the food and drink facilitate social interaction… the job opportunity forum provides a great venue to facilitate shidduchim.”
The Jewish High Tech Community, JHTC, hosts events with members from throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, with a focus on local events in Silicon Valley and locations in Mountain View and Palo Alto, CA. As always, members, guests and first-time attendees are welcome.
Our past JHTC events have covered startup founder experiences and robotics, and there is much more to come. It has been wonderful to see our group grow over the last few years, and I hope you will join us at our next event!
– Tanya Okmyansky, President