Maximize Your Seat at the Table with Kim Meninger
A wise woman once said, “What difference does it make if you have a seat at the table if you don’t effectively use it?” The literal and proverbial “seat at the table” represents your ability to have a voice in your organization and successfully influence others.
Some women struggle to get to the table. Others experience challenges maximizing their seat when they get there. To expand your influence, make a bigger impact and more effectively achieve your professional goals, you need to make your voice heard. As women, however, many of us struggle to find our voices in the workplace.
With increased confidence, communication skill, and political savvy, you can maximize your seat at the table.
About Kim Meninger:
As a certified executive and leadership development coach, Kim empowers individuals and organizations to reach their full leadership potential. Kim has coached hundreds of clients and presented on career advancement and leadership topics to corporate, non-profit and academic audiences, including Pfizer, Fidelity Investments, GE Healthcare, Harvard University Women in Technology and others. She is regularly sought to train, coach, and mentor current and future business leaders.
Prior to formalizing her leadership coaching expertise, Kim held a variety of cross-functional leadership roles in the high-tech industry where she experienced first-hand the unique challenges and opportunities facing women in the workplace. She is passionate about helping women leaders to develop their confidence, visibility, and influence in order to maximize their impact and advance their careers.
Kim has a BA in psychology and an MBA from Boston College. She is an ICF Associate Certified Coach and CCE Board Certified Coach with certifications in career, executive and leadership development coaching. Kim also holds a certificate in Executive Leadership from Cornell University. In addition to coaching, Kim serves as president of the Groton Business Association, Chair of Corporate Partnerships of WITI Boston, Vice Chair of Alumnae Initiatives of the Council for Women of Boston College, and volunteer mentor for WOMEN Unlimited. She lives in Groton, MA with her husband and two young boys.