December 2, 2001 Changed Boards Forever
Twenty years ago. The day that Enron filed for bankruptcy. While it would be months — even years — before we truly understood the ripple effects of the Enron debacle, the company’s bankruptcy most certainly marked the end of an era.Learn More
Introducing The Ellig Group Board-Readiness Coaching Program
In addition to Ellig Group’s board advisory offering, we have recently launched the Board-Readiness Coaching Program (BRCP). The program provides executives with a six-month strategic coaching program to ultimately position them for a suitable, rewarding board role. The objective of the Ellig Group BRCP is the development of an actionable plan and tools to accelerate an executive’s path to corporate board affiliation. Ellig Group will provide highly capable and experienced resources including International Coaching Federation certified coaches, personal brand specialists,Learn More
Women in Philanthropy
University of Iowa alumni Janice Ellig joins President Emerita Sally Mason for an extraordinary conversation, discovering the spark, pull, passion that ignites her philanthropic spirit!Learn More
Herschel Herndon, Thrivent – Driving Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion During a Crisis
Vox -The number of women CEOs of Fortune 500 companies has dropped by 25 percent
The decline in women Fortune 500 CEOs is “disappointing,” Ellig said, but also a wake-up call for corporations.Read More
Kristen Sullivan and Ed Hida – Climate Risk Considerations for Financial Institutions
How to Build the Career of Your Dreams
From executive recruiting and coaching to advocating for women and minorities to gain leadership roles, Janice Ellig has spent her career helping others craft their own success. In this episode of Talent Champions, hosted by Diana Thomas, Janice shares the big decisions and daily actions that can help you pursue your professional dreams.
A few career building takeaways from this episode…
-Before making a career move, do your homework on the culture. Poor decisions are often the result of a failure to assess culture fit before taking on a new role.
-Invest in relationships. You will need support when you make a mistake or get off track, and those people you’ve helped in the past will be more than happy to stand up for you.
-Find your purpose, love what you do, and make sure you stay relevant even when life demands that your career goes on the back burner.
Click HERE for the entire episode on “How to Build the Career of Your Dreams”
Monthly Women on Boards Conference Call
11:00 a.m. ET on the first Tuesday of the monthLearn More