Tuesday, March 12, 2019 - 11:30am to 1:00pm
The Bygone, Four Seasons Hotel
400 International Drive 29th Floor

The Power of Executive Presence: Celebrate women's month in Baltimore!

According to Forbes, "your executive presence determines whether you gain access to opportunity." Join fellow Terp alumnae in Baltimore for a 90-minute power lunch that will teach you the key skills necessary to build your executive presence.

This event will feature:
A powerful, keynote address from author and executive coach, Helen Baxter-Southworth '75
A delicious lunch with a breathtaking view of downtown Baltimore
Networking with other professional Terp alumnae living and working in Baltimore


Alumni Association members: $15
Non-members: $30

RSVP by: 

For questions:
Angela Dimopoulos
Email: adimop@umd.edu

Park at nearest parking garage. Restaurant is located on the top floor of the Four Seasons Hotel. 

Helen Baxter-Southworth

Helen specializes in helping leaders and their teams influence change, develop their teams and organizations and to communicate more effectively with their business partners. As a thought partner, trusted advisor and pragmatist, Helen draws from her research and the lessons learned of clients around the world.

Helen’s executive coaching, team building, speaking, writing, and executive coaching focus on listening to the real-world challenges her clients face and offering tools they can use immediately to build cohesion, think, plan, and act strategically to deliver results. Helen shares best practices and illustrates them with real-life solutions leaders at all levels can relate to. Leaders and teams who work with Helen better understand the dynamics of teams operating in a complex global organization and find the shared vocabulary they need to talk about these complexities with their stakeholders and each other.

The art and science of leadership are the subject of her book, Influence Across Boundaries: How to Succeed in a Global Business Environment, published by Third Bridge Press, 2011. Helen illustrates the challenges leaders face in order to succeed in a complex global business environment where influence often trumps authority.

An exuberant and sought-after facilitator, speaker and executive coach, Helen works with groups and individuals to convey a strong executive presence, clear and compelling vision and strategic direction.

Helen has served as a member of the adjunct faculties at Johns Hopkins University and the University of Maryland teaching team, training, and organization development theory and practice. Helen is a member of the original international Women’s Leadership Collaboration, a group designed to articulate the unique contribution of women as leaders, the dynamics of women working together, and the impact of diversity.

Ticket refunds are not available for this event. However, as a special benefit, Alumni Association members may receive a refund up to 10 days prior to the event date.