- The Declare Catalogue – featuring experts like Angela Lee (37 Angels, Columbia University), Carla Harris (Morgan Stanley), and Kim Scott (Radical Candor).
- Leadership Collections – helping you navigate common leadership challenges, adapted to your personal leadership style.
- Expert Recommended Resources – worksheets, exercises, and recommendations to continue guiding you.
This curated collection provides members with selected videos that help tackle the different scenarios leaders often have to face.
Leading Into Courage
The Lead Into Courage collection gives you tools for when you need to make a bold decision, leaving your doubts and fears behind. Our experts share how you can push yourself to climb even the steepest hurdles and embrace change.
This collection is perfect for
Asking for a raise or promotion
Making a career
Taking on new or unfamiliar projects
Preparing for a tough conversation
Leading With Resilience
The Lead with Resilience Collection will help hone your ability to bounce back from unexpected setbacks.
This collection is perfect for
Moving on from
Uncovering your core strengths
Leading Through Crisis
The Lead Through Crisis Collection offers lessons on how to lead when control is out of your hands.
This collection is perfect for
Underperformance from a company
Dealing with unpredictable external factors
Addressing discord amongst a team
Leadership Lenses provide members with collections of Talk snippets called Insights that will help them tackle the different scenarios leaders often have to face. Cycle through lenses as needed!
The Lead Into Courage Collection gives you the tools to use when you need to make a bold decision, leaving your doubts and fears behind. Our experts share how you can push yourself to climb even the steepest hurdles and embrace change. This collection is perfect for:
- Asking for a raise or promotion
- Making a career change
- Taking on new or unfamiliar projects
- Preparing for a tough conversation
The Lead Through Crisis Collection offers lessons on how to lead when control is out of your hands. This collection is perfect for:
- Underperformance from a company
- Dealing with unpredictable external factors
- Shifting internal culture
- Addressing discord amongst a team
What happens when you raise a generation of women to be bold, confident leaders who aspire to greatness in every area of their lives? They grow up to be leaders who embody true bossiness – demanding excellence of themselves, and inspiring excellence in everyone around them.
Aishetu Fatima Dozie is the founder and CEO of Bossy Cosmetics, and she has spent her career demonstrating that bossiness is a desirable and indispensible attribute of winning women. She met Kemi Ogunleye at the renowned Queen’s College high school in Lagos, Nigeria, where as part of an invaluable network of high-performing young women, they developed a steadfast set of core values that included excellence, leadership and achievement. Kemi has had 20 years of broad-reaching communications experience and currently serves as the Head of Strategic Communications at one of Nigeria’s leading financial institutions. Alongside a lifelong friendship, these impressive women share a common conviction that embracing bossiness is the key to lasting personal and professional success.
Join us as we hear from Aisha and Kemi about their experiences transforming personal growth into professional success, and what it means to live life like a boss. Their chat will provide priceless insight into applying leadership skills to all aspects of life, whether it be running a business or feeling confident as an individual.
Growing your net worth is one of the best ways to achieve financial stability for yourself and for future generations, but where do you start? How can you translate a successful career into your first $250k in net worth? To hit this milestone and the ones that follow, it takes a blend of hard work, financial prowess, and strategic decision making. With the right framework, you can not only begin to build the path to a $250k net worth, but accelerate your timeline to get there.
Kaya Ladejobi (Founder and CEO, Earn Into Wealth) is a Certified Financial Planner and has over a decade of experience at firms such as JPMorgan, The PrivateBank, and Unilever. Her company Earn Into Wealth provides comprehensive planning and investment management for high-earning women and couples, helping clients in their 30’s and 40’s to build wealth for their futures. Kaya has taken her extensive career knowledge and distilled it into a webinar to help you achieve your first $250k net worth and beyond.
In this Declare Talk, Kaya will delve into 7 key steps that will help you build sustainable prosperity. You’ll learn how to think strategically about money, making it work for you, and avoid common pitfalls. You’ll come away feeling empowered to make informed financial decisions and accelerate your net worth to $250k.
In a time of rapidly changing norms and mentalities, innovative thinking has been a necessary accelerator to progress. Continual iteration on ideas pushes both companies and careers ahead.
Jean Brownhill (Founder and CEO, Sweeten) is no stranger to innovation. Heralded as one of the “Most Innovative Women Founders in America” by Inc. Magazine, in 2015 she was one of 11 Black women to have raised $1mm in venture capital for her company, Sweeten.
Jean will share how she took a simple idea and turned it into a multi-million dollar innovation, and how you can use your own innovations to help accelerate your career.
To excel in your career, you have to be able to pair ambition with passion. But how do you get an audience to share that excitement? Journalists do it every day—on deadline. Join journalist Iris Mansour, for a special Declare workshop as she distills years of award-winning journalism into an impactful teaching on how to turn any topic into something that audiences care about.
Iris has reported on everything from the election campaign trail to hostage takings for outlets like Fortune, Mashable and Reuters. With over a decade of experience, and having worked with media giants like Spotify and HBO, she understands storytelling like no other.
In this workshop, Iris will reveal how she has distilled the key elements of a great story into a highly-effective technique called micro-storytelling. Learn how to use journalistic tactics to make any workplace communication into a powerful statement, whether it be an email, a presentation, or even remarks in a meeting. By the end of the session, you’ll be able to capture an audience’s attention—from leadership, to colleagues and clients—and get their buy-in.
In an ideal world, hiring, promotions, and career progress would all be based on meritocracy. In short, you earn what you deserve. While hard work is certainly an essential vehicle for advancement, there are also subtle dynamics that help to shape what opportunities are afforded to who, how resources are distributed, and ultimately how success is measured and rewarded.
Lauren States (Tech Executive, Independent Director) spent three decades as a leader at IBM and now is an independent director on the boards of Clean Harbors, Inc., Diebold Nixdorf, Incorporated, and Webster Financial Corporation. She has completed a Fellowship with Harvard University’s Advanced Leadership Initiative and has received several prestigious awards for her work in the tech industry. Stephanie Latham has spent her career mentoring, sponsoring and supporting women to achieve their ambitions. As the Director of Technology and Mobile & Connectivity Industries at Facebook, she has helped marketers and agencies navigate the changing digital landscape, propelling advertising success for her clients. Together, these women will explain how there is so much more to a successful, ambitious career than being technically skilled.
Declare is honored to partner with Facebook to bring you a discussion about successfully navigating these dynamics across industries and functions. Lauren will discuss how she was able to rise into management positions and what you need to know for your own career advancement. We’ll come away with a better understanding of how meritocracy actually works in practice, how people from underrepresented groups can benefit within that structure, and what we can all do – regardless of position or background – to help expand opportunity for everyone.
Venture capital is one of the hottest spaces in finance, driving innovation and influencing the way we look at the world. It’s also one of the starkest spaces for diversity, both in the demographics of its investors and the founders it backs.
Join Nnamdi Okike (Managing Partner & Co-founder, 645 Ventures), Kristy Kim (CEO & Co-founder, TomoCredit), and Sarah Foley (Partner, SWAT Equity Partners) for a candid look at venture capital from people who are changing the industry from both sides of the table.
Our panel will investigate how funding is allocated to founders, the role of organic networking, unconscious bias, and other boundaries that has kept venture from diversifying, and will discuss the ways they are propelling progress within the industry.
In the professional world we are often faced with the challenge of making the right choices for our careers without compromising on authenticity. When your contributions are overlooked or you’re uncomfortable with your position, advocating for yourself can be difficult when you’re not certain it will be well received. In a conversation with Maddie Lazer, we’ll be unpacking the trials and benefits of navigating your career with authenticity, and what it means to be uncompromising in your values when making important career choices.
Maddie is a Production Manager and Producer in animation, and she’s experienced first-hand the challenges that someone with an unusual resumé can face in the professional world. Declare’s own Rachel Segal-Sklar will be speaking with her about what it means to advocate for yourself and for the betterment of your workplace, as well as the importance of knowing what you deserve from your employer. Together, they’ll explore strategies for advancing your career with integrity, honesty, and mindfulness.
What makes a good leader? It’s a question asked time and time again. Today, authenticity, vulnerability, and high EQ are a few traits that have been embraced as a part of modern leadership. In the past few months alone, the ability to handle a crisis and lead with anti-racist principles are also essential to the modern leader. But what makes a modern leader into a leader of the future?
Marsha Prospere (Founder and Executive Coach, Adept Flow) and Phyllis Ehrlich (GVP, Spectrum Reach Preferred) are two women who may be able to answer this question, as leaders themselves and coaches to current and rising executives. Their backgrounds offer a unique perspective, drawing from their own experiences in large organizations and the insights gained from coaching others.
Join us for a fireside chat around how our conception of leadership is changing today and how it needs to adapt for the future.