Livestream Access | 2020 Watermark Conference for Women

Livestream the Conference!

The Conference is sold out, but you can still join in!

New for 2020, the Watermark Conference for Women is offering Livestream Tickets that will allow you to watch video of keynote and select breakout sessions while they happen from the comfort of your computer.

Livestream tickets are $50 each and good for one device at a time. Details below.

Note: Livestream Ticket sales will end at 6:00pm Pacific on February 11, 2020. Get yours today!

 

 

How it Works

    • Purchase a livestream ticket on our registration page.
    • Your access code will only function on one device at a time.
    • During each breakout session, you will be able to choose from two possible session options (listed above).
    • The livestream URL and your unique access code will be emailed to you in advance of the Conference date. That email will also contain any technical details you need to have a smooth viewing experience.
    • Livestreamed video is only available live—it will not be available for playback and recording of any type is strictly prohibited.
    • Download “Best Practices for Viewing a Webcast” (PDF)

*Stream quality optimized for viewing on standard desktop monitors and smaller devices.

What You Get

Access to a private, live video stream of the following sessions, on FEB 12th 2020. 

8:15 am – 9:30 am PST Morning Keynote Session

Featuring:  Danielle Weisberg & Carly Zakin | Erica Williams Simon | Seth Godin

10:00 am – 11:00 am PST Breakout Session I

Option A: Leading Happier

Happiness is more than a nice-to-have feeling; it’s an essential skill that can make you a more effective and powerful leader. And happiness and emotional health can be improved through practice, which in turn boosts productivity, creativity, communication, innovation, engagement, and performance. In this practical workshop, nationally recognized happiness expert Nataly Kogan shares the mindset shifts and skills that create emotionally healthy leaders to help you and your team thrive. Attendees will learn how to cultivate a culture of appreciation, build psychological trust, and improve emotional well-being and resilience for yourself and your team. 

Speaker: Nataly Kogan, founder, Happier, Inc., creator of the Happier Method™ &  author, Happier Now @natalykogan

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Option B: Your Money: A Pathway to a Richer Life 

What do we want from money? Some look for independence and security, while others desire more choices and a better way of life. And all of us want to feel less stress about money. Now that women have more money—and power—than ever before, how can we start making our money work for us? In this session, Today show financial editor and bestselling author Jean Chatzky will share what she’s learned about living a financially robust life and detail her strategies for understanding your life in relationship to your finances, including: tactical solutions to get paid what you deserve, make your money last, leave a legacy, and, most importantly, bring you joy. 

Speaker: Jean Chatzky, CEO and co-founder, HerMoney, financial editor, NBC’s Today show & best-selling author @jeanchatzky

11:30 am – 12:30 pm PST Breakout Session II

Option A: Resilience Reset: It’s Your Turn to Thrive 

The ability to successfully navigate change, rise above adversity, and triumph in our lives boils down to one word: resilience. When faced with a challenge, ambiguity, or adversity, those who practice resilience refuse to let fear hold them back; and they break through barriers to not only survive difficult times, but thrive as a result. Learn how to cultivate courage, improve resilience, and triumph over adversity, obstacles, and setbacks at work. Be inspired to be an agent of change, conquer fear and self-doubt, and develop strategies that can be applied immediately in all aspects of your life to become bolder, stronger, and better able to handle anything thrown your way.

Speaker: Anne Grady, resilience expert & best-selling author @annegradygroup

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Option B: Language is Leadership: The Hidden Power of What You Say (and What You Don’t) 

An effective leader used to be considered someone who had all the answers and issued clear orders so his or her team could execute a winning plan. And, this model still permeates many workplaces, where leaders speak first in meetings and everyone else (mostly) falls into line. The result is conformity, compliance, and less innovation, countering our best efforts to diversify our teams. It’s time to ditch command-and-control leadership and embrace language that expresses intent, curiosity, and a commitment to action. Former U.S. Navy Captain David Marquet illustrates how powerful the right words can be in doing this. He outlines specific shifts in day-to-day communication and meeting structure that can build a climate of collaborative experimentation, encouraging people to speak up when they notice problems and work together to identify and test solutions. 

Speaker: David Marquet, former U.S. Navy Captain and author, Language Is Leadership and Turn the Ship Around! @ldavidmarquet

1:00 pm – 2:30 pm PST Afternoon Keynote Session

Featuring: Megan Rapinoe | Indra Nooyi | Pat Mitchell 

3:00 pm – 4:00 pm PST Breakout Session III

Option A: The Myth of the Nice Girl

Even in 2020, we continue to grapple with a double-edged sword around women’s “niceness” in the business world. If women are nice, they are seen as weak and ineffective. But if they are tough, they are labeled some other things. This is the perfect session for those trying to navigate complex relationships at work while staying kind and respectful of others. Explore how women can reclaim “nice” and sidestep regressive stereotypes about what a strong leader looks like. Sharing her time-tested strategies, Fran Hauser will prove that women don’t have to sacrifice their values or hide their authentic personalities to be successful. Join her to explore how to balance being empathetic and decisive; ask for what you want; and lead with kindness, empathy, and strength.

Speaker: Fran Hauser, media executive, startup investor, & author, The Myth of the Nice Girl @fran_hauser

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Option B: The Power of Story: Rewriting Your Life 

Are you writing your own story or living a life that has been written for you? Rising political media star Erica Williams Simon realized at twenty-seven that she was on a “treadmill to nowhere” and set off to build a bold new life. In this session, she shares her blueprint for seeking a new way to live by rewriting your personal narrative. Join this session to learn how to challenge the stories you’ve been told about fear, work, money, identify, faith, and love; and to become the protagonist of your own authentic, empowered, and ultimately world changing story. 

Speaker: Erica Williams Simon, host and CEO, Sage House & author, You Deserve the Truth @missewill

 

Questions? Email registration@conferenceforwomen.org for help.

 

 

 

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