Women are continually criticized, critiqued, and advised on how we present ourselves as leaders. It’s time for us to move beyond the overused cliches of how women should act and instead celebrate all intersections of confidence—confidence across cultures, the gender spectrum, and unique lived experiences that add up to our individualized presentation as leaders.
At Work Redux | Confidence, we’ll hear from a range of impressive female leaders who each embody their own version of confidence, and we’ll seek to understand how their presentation of confidence has helped and hurt their own leadership paths.
Tasha Byers, Saint Paul Area Chamber of Commerce
Mica Grimm, Black Lives Matter Minneapolis
Nausheena Hussain, Reviving the Islamic Sisterhood for Empowerment (RISE)
Nancy Lyons, Clockwork
Ilhan Omar, Women Organizing Women
About Work Redux
As part of Pollen’s mission to help people break down barriers to build better connected communities, Work Redux is an event series (and now also a network of leaders) that inspires questions, sparks discussion, and drives action to challenge cultural assumptions behind the current, dominant work culture. Together we will better understand how we can design and change the future of work.
Ticket price includes breakfast, coffee, and juice. There is a surface lot and metered street parking nearby. Machine Shop is also accessible via public transit. Check metrotransit.org for routes and schedules.
8:30-9:30 AM – Registration, breakfast, and networking
9:30-11:30 AM – Program