Free 1-hr Online Sessions via Zoom
Various dates | at 12:00 noon
Join Us for an Hour
Our Scala Connects series is designed as a forum for women to connect with like-minded professionals and get a break from their weekly routine. These free, 1-hour sessions over lunchtime, focus on specific topics and provide networking opportunities to help you learn and grow your career.
Each session features leaders in their field, sharing knowledge and insights with you. Mentors from Scala programs and special guests create a unique series of lunch and learn sessions.
All Scala Connects sessions begin and end with interactive chat sessions for participants to meet and connect with each other. You’ll be able to submit questions in advance or ask them during the session, making sure that our programming is relevant for you.
Leadership is Language
Join us for 90-minutes as Andrea Seydel teaches us the concepts and learnings from “Leadership is Language”; ways to empower your team to make better decisions and take greater ownership
JAN 22 | 12 PM EST | FREE
Unconventional Book Club
Mentorship is an important element in many career successes. Scala Founder Christina Greenberg leads this session on why to get a mentor, how to find the right one. and how to make the most of your mentorship time.
JAN 29 | 12 PM | FREE
Through her experiences as a global executive and entrepreneur, Andrea Johnson will share why self-confidence is on-going ‘job’ and discuss the ways in which we can harness, and believe in, our own personal power to succeed.
FEB 5 | 12 PM EST | FREE
Personal Power to Succeed
Rachel Baptiste, CEO of Lumen Consulting Group walks us through a guide to inclusive leadership. She will review unconscious bias, building inclusive connections, and how to become an ally and lead for equity, diversity, and inclusion (EDI).
FEB 12 | 12 PM | FREE
A key factor at the heart of resilience is managing our minds; essentially managing our attention. In this session, Maggie DiStasi invites you to become mindful of where your attention is, and consider how it may help you cultivate resilience in the days ahead.