Communicate. Be Empowered. Make a Difference. These were top-of-mind mantras for Chartwell’s female professionals as they recently gathered for a leadership workshop in Minneapolis. The group dedicated two half-day sessions to discussing communication practices – talking styles, listening skills, conversation rituals, conveying confidence, and more. Chartwell thanks Dr. Amelia Reigstad for using her professional coaching and consulting experience to lead the workshop.
In the past year, Chartwell launched a Women in Leadership Development (WILD) committee, with a focus on attracting, developing, retaining, and rewarding more female employees, leaders, and professionals. This workshop was the first marquee event for the group, and it will not be the last. “I’ve been passionate about leadership and mentoring for a long time and now I’m happy to help grow something great like this at Chartwell,” says Rachel Flaskey, co-chair of the WILD committee.
The core of Chartwell’s success has always been and continues to be our dedicated and hard-working people. By conducting every detail of our business honestly and ethically, Chartwell emanates respect, integrity, and professional courtesy. These traits lay the strongest possible foundation for developing our team members, building enduring relationships, and cultivating meaningful careers.