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  • Executive Presence Webinar
    November 19, 2019
    12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Join WICT Rocky Mountain for a lunch hour webinar around Executive Presence, with featured guest speaker Gia Rose.

Registrants will be emailed the call-in information several days before the webinar.  Late registrants will be emailed the information the morning of the webinar. 

What is Executive Presence? It’s a rare combination of vision, charisma, drive and intelligence that marks great leaders. I will utilize data gathered by the Center for Talent Innovation and compiled by workplace expert Sylvia Ann Hewlett in her book “Executive Presence’” which breaks down EP into three main pillars: gravitas, communication and appearance, and attempts to reveal the secrets to attaining all three.

Gia Roe is a Director for Charter Communications in its Advance Engineering organization responsible for supporting all test and development teams utilizing the Charter Technology and Engineering Center (CTEC) Lab. Gia started working in the cable industry in 1995, with TCI which was acquired by AT&T and then by Comcast, giving Gia deep exposure to the dynamic world of mergers and acquisitions. After moving to Charter in 2013, Gia founded two new organizations to facilitate peer-to-peer mentoring, leadership development, and a culture of collaboration among Charter managers and directors; Meeting of Managers (MOM) and Meeting of Directors (The MOD Squad). Additionally, Gia launched CTEC’s Annual Bring Your Kids to Work Day in 2015, building the program from the ground up by creating a network of vendor sponsors and employee volunteers who continue this program under her mentorship today. This program is highly valued for inspiring our next generation of engineers and technologists. Gia has met some of the best minds and leaders at Charter through these initiatives and very much hopes to live up to their example. Gia is a graduate of Northwest Missouri State University, where she received a BS in Business Management. Gia’s talents are not limited to the cable industry; she was also the principal chair for the Continental League Orchestra on the double bass in the latter part of the previous century and embraces her inner band geek.