INDIANAPOLIS, IN, October 06, 2010 /Cambridge Who’s Who/ — Jennifer Browning-Holmes, Co-Founder and President of Integrating Woman Leaders, Inc., and the Center For Women Leaders has been recognized by Cambridge Who’s Who for demonstrating dedication, leadership and excellence in advancing high potential women leaders.
With 25 years in Corporate America, 18 of which she spent in the medical device industry, Jennifer Vaughan-Holmes recently started her own company, Integrating Woman Leaders, Inc. (IWL) and the Center For Women Leaders. She is committed to mentoring women, advancing careers by working closely with corporations and non-profit organizations to achieve success in advancing more women into top leadership positions.
IWL’s Center For Women Leaders offers customized programs and workshops to further educate women leaders about self-awareness, self-promotion, leadership style behaviors, enhanced mentoring, business relationship development outside their companies, work-life balance, communication/passion and training teams to enhance leadership effectiveness. Center for Women Leaders offers what no one else can: an exclusive focus on leadership competencies based on relevant research. Our programs provide unparalleled expertise and experiences in solving cultural gender diversity issues facing high potential women leaders in the workforce. Research supports that cultural barriers and style differences of leadership correlate with overall organizational performance. We focus on how women in organizations impact organizational excellence while companies create a transport culture to advance high potential woman leaders. We encourage and educate clients around the world the value of mentoring other women while the valuable lessons learned from one another. The company provides leadership development tools, workshops and one on one coaching to help women navigate Corporate America’s male-dominated C-Suites and boardrooms. .
Ms. Vaughan-Holmes, Co-Founder and President of IWL, is a motivational speaker about mentoring powerful women leaders to corporations, non-profit organization and universities. She offers specific strategies on how to rise to the top of Corporate America with personal and professional balance. Her expertise focuses on coaching people to overcome the traditional challenges faced in the workforce enhancing their skills that will allow them to advancement their careers. She formulates a structure that creates alignment from the CEO to the sales organization around the company’s goals; helping to instill a new psychology and new behaviors. Ms. Vaughan-Holmes is excited to note that she will be hosting the Integrating Women Leadership Conference on October 19, 2010. Located at the Civic Theatre on the Marian University campus, the conference will feature expert keynote speakers talking to the year’s chosen theme, “Mentoring Women, Advancing Careers: Style-Impact-Transform.” Over 250 attendees are expected to attend the conference, motivated by the desire to mentor, advance and enhance their leadership skills.
Ms. Vaughan-Holmes currently serves on several nonprofit organizations, as Chair of Ambassador for Woman, Samaritan’s Feet, and Co-Chair of the American Cancer Society Indiana Chapter. She was a competitive figure skater, trained at the Olympic Training Center at the Broadmoor, CO Springs, CO. In 2009 she joined the precedent organizations for Women in Healthcare, Women Business Leaders of the U.S. Health Care Foundation and the Healthcare Businesswomen’s Association (HBA). She is also a member of NAWBO Indy as a women business owner and pending Woman Business Enterprise (WBE) member. A graduate of Indiana University, Ms. Vaughan-Holmes holds a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology and Sports Medicine.
For additional information about Integrating Woman Leaders, Inc., and the Center For Women Leaders please visithttp://www.integratingwomanleaders.com.
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