Webster University President Beth Stroble spoke on inclusive leadership to the members and guests attending the Professional Women’s Alliance speaker series, “Women of Distinction,” on June 5 at the St. Louis Ritz-Carlton.
The Professional Women’s Alliance is an organization of women supporting each other in becoming more effective in business and the community, engaging through networking, mentoring and leadership development.
The organization invited Stroble to speak as a woman leader who practices inclusive leadership in her role as president at Webster University and as a community leader who reaches out to Webster partners in local communities throughout the Webster network.
Regarding the title of her presentation, Lean In, Reach, Out, Lift Up, Stroble said, “These three phrases can help us embrace our multiple selves for our own benefit and for the benefit of others whom we serve and lead.”
Her talk incorporated the public positions of the current catalysts for conversation, Sheryl Sandberg, Marissa Mayer and Anne-Marie Slaughter, regarding the topic, “Can women have it all?,” as well as her own advice for demonstrating the actions of leaning in, reaching out and lifting up.
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