For the past ten years, I’ve attended about thirty conferences every year.
Tara Sophia Mohr was one of the best speakers I’ve heard—ever!
VP UNIVERSITY RELATIONS/STUDENT DEVELOPMENT, AMERICAN CAMPUS COMMUNITIES
4 EASY WAYS TO BRING PLAYING BIG TO YOUR ORGANIZATION
(1) Register a Cohort for a Playing Big Course
Support a cohort of emerging or established women leaders from your organization to attend our renowned, online global women’s leadership programs. Tuition discounts available for multiple registrations.
Playing Big – a unique, experiential training that empowers women leaders to confidently bring their best ideas forward and to lead with passion and authenticity
Playing Big Facilitators Training – for managers, mentors and coaches who want to incorporate the Playing Big model into their work
(2) Organize a Playing Big Book Group
Gather women (and men) from your team, department or women’s leadership network for a group reading of Playing Big: Practical Wisdom for Women Who Want to Speak Up, Create, and Lead.
We’ll provide complimentary:
- facilitator’s guide
- customizable invitations and reminders
- quantity book discount
- video welcome by author, Tara Mohr
- opportunity to join Tara in a live discussion about Playing Big
(3) Lead a Playing Big Discussion
Use our complementary videos, articles and interviews to lead a Playing Big discussion with your team or host a Lunch & Learn for your company’s women’s leadership network.
For a small cost, share a 30-minute video by Tara, Quieting Your Inner Critic, exploring the foundational skill women need to play big.
(4) Schedule a Custom Talk, Webinar or Training Series
Ask us about a live talk or webinar with Tara Mohr, or a customized Playing Big training series for your team.
We’d be delighted to support you!
To get started with any of these options, contact Gretchen Remmers at gretchen (at) playingbig (dot) org.
See below for a list of our Partners and Hosts.
PARTNERS & HOSTS
- American Association of University Women
- Art of Leadership for Women, Calgary
- Art of Leadership for Women, Toronto
- Athena Center for Leadership at Barnard University
- Australian Businesswomen Network
- Bank of America
- Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
- BlogHer Pro
- Cosmopolitan Magazine’s Fun Fearless Life Weekend
- East West Bookstore
- Emerging Women Live
- Feeling Fab Book Club Event with Angie Greaves
- Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart
- Girls Day School Trust
- Groundbreakers Women in Leadership Summit, Toigo Foundation
- Haas Business School at UC Berkeley
- Harvard University Business School
- Impact Guild
- Independent Bath Literature Festival (UK)
- Invent Your Future
- Jones Lang LaSalle
- Management Today Inspiring Women Conference
- National Association of Women’s Business Owners (NAWBO)
- N.E.W. Executive Leaders Forum
- New York Women in Tech
- Pennsylvania Conference for Women
- Power Chicks International
- Professional Business Women of California
- Puget Sound Energy
- Restoring Power
- Santa Catalina School
- Savor the Success
- S.H.E. Summit
- Smith College Alumnae
- SOCAP Soul
- Society of Women Engineers
- Speak to Me
- Starbucks Corporation
- Stanford Graduate School of Business
- Stanford University
- Texas Conference for Women
- The Annual Conference for Women Engineers
- The Junior League
- The Saklan School
- The White House Project
- The 3% Conference
- United Way
- Wake Up San Francisco
- Women Corp Directors of Northern California
- Women of the World (WOW) Festival
- Woven World
- Yahoo! Women in Technology
- Yelp, Inc.
- Young Nonprofit Professionals Network
- Young Women Social Entrepreneurs
- Xerox The Women’s Alliance
Watch video of Tara Speaking at the 3% Conference
Fast Facts About Tara
- Tara is the author of the book Playing Big: Practical Wisdom for Women Who Want to Speak Up, Create, and Lead (Gotham-Penguin Books).
- Tara is the creator and teacher of the global Playing Big leadership program for women, a pioneering program that blends inner work and skills training for leaders from business, the arts and the social sector.
- Tara earned her MBA from Stanford University, where her studies focused on leadership and innovation, and her undergraduate degree in English Literature from Yale University. She is certified as a coach through The Coaches Training Institute.
- Tara is a regular blogger for the Huffington Post, and writes her own popular blog at www.taramohr.com.
- Tara’s work has also been featured on The Today Show and in The New York Times, Harvard Business Review, USA Today, CNN.com, MORE, SELF, Ode Magazine, ForbesWoman, The International Business Times, Big Think, Beliefnet, Soulful Living, and numerous other publications.
“On behalf of the Intuit marketing team, I wanted to thank you for being our guest speaker and sharing your amazing insights & stories. The Playing Big fireside chat tied as having the highest event survey score ever at Intuit! Wow.”
QUICKBOOKS ENTERPRISE, INTUIT
“I invited Tara to present at the UC Berkeley / Haas School of Business Women in Leadership conference. She was a joy to work with and very quickly honed in themes and workshop activities that resonated with the audience.
She is a dynamic, engaging speaker and her enthusiasm and passion for her work is infectious.”
“I absolutely loved our presentation at SOCAP:Soul. Your eloquently expressed insights were unmatched. My top take-away from the conference was yours: ‘I realized I was more loyal to my fears than to my dreams and desires…’ Thank you!”
VICE PRESIDENT, COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND PRESIDENT, PULPFRICTION, PULPWORKS, INC.
“A huge thank you for taking the time to speak to our Lean In and Women’s Advisory Groups at Simpson Thacher. You gave us all a great deal to think about and the feedback was resoundingly positive (and let me tell you, our ladies have high standards). So much so that we are going to order a second round of your books to give to the women who did not get one of the first 50 we distributed. That’s what I call a real success. It is clear that your coaching experience has given you the practical skills to create a real impact on an individual-to-individual level. That you can accomplish this through a video teleconference and touch individuals across the world on a personal level is quite incredible. Thank you, thank you, thank you.”
SIMPSON THACHER & BARTLETT LLP
“Inspiring, uplifting, empowering, life changing… that was the phenomenal response that we received from the community of women at KPMG to Tara’s presentation on 10 Rules for Brilliant Women.
Tara truly has a gift for captivating her audience and communicating profound ideas with a beautiful simplicity that enables the attendees to understand, grasp and adopt the insights to create meaningful change. I am so glad I reached out and invited Tara to speak at KPMG and so very grateful that she accepted the invitation. Thank you again Tara for sharing your insights and inspiration with us!”
KPMG NETWORK OF WOMEN (KNOW) LEADERSHIP COUNCIL
“While I trusted that Tara would be insightful and bring value as a presenter, I had no idea how powerful the impact would be to each and every life in the room.
As a speaker, Tara is powerful, graceful and engaging.
She not only engages the room, but she creates the magic that allows the guests to really engage at a deeper level with themselves. I’m so happy I invited her.”
“I have personally been a fan of Tara’s blog for years. I invited her to present a webinar to our female community of collegiate and professional women about ‘Silencing Your Inner Critic.’
Tara is an inspired presenter who delivers her message in a captivating, intelligent manner. It was a pleasure working with her and I look forward to her next webinar for my women!”
MANAGER OF LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT, SOCIETY OF WOMEN ENGINEERS
Get in Touch
Add Playing Big to your leadership development programs or simply start a group read of Playing Big.
Contact Gretchen Remmers at gretchen (at) playingbig (dot) org to get started.