Ilana Tolpin Levitt will deliver a keynote speech and lead discussion on What's Mom Still Got to Do With It? as part of the Sisterhood Paid Up dinner at Temple Beth Ahm of Aberdeen.
Career Development for the Higher Education Professional in 2018: Essential strategies for effectively managing ‘up’ and managing ‘more’
Ilana Tolpin Levitt will deliver the keynote speech at the Mid-Hudson Association of Women in Higher Education Fall 2018 Conference. The role and expectations for leadership in higher education is increasingly complex and evolving as the pressures of the industry change and intensify. Many professionals enter this field in order to stay affiliated with academic interests, provide service to students and advance within their administrative areas of interest and expertise. Leadership, politics, changes in the industry, and enrollment can all influence and challenge advancement opportunities and career trajectory for Higher Education professionals. How can employees stay true to their interests and goals, stay relevant, and manage their careers?
Workshop will explore:
Critical role and expectations of leadership in Higher Education today
Managing relationships with supervisors/leadership and navigating workplace politics
Exploration of role of gender in this equation
A look at career development and advancement
The Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development at SUNY Binghamton facilitates opportunities for students to engage in both deepening connections and building new relationships that foster career success at Binghamton. For Family Weekend, they have invited Binghamton alumna Ilana Tolpin Levitt ‘86, http://www.ilanalevitt.com/ a National Award Winning Career Counselor and human resources professional, who is also a parent of a college student, to foster a dialogue around best practices for family members. As a career counselor and author of, “What’s Mom Still Got To Do With It? Breathe New Life Into Your Career By Understanding Your Mother-Daughter Relationship,” we know she will enrich our perspectives on deepening how family members of both sons and daughters can be supported in this process of exploration, preparation, experience procurement and professional development while they are students and beyond. Please join us for this interactive session. Students and parents both welcome.
This event is for National Association of Productivity & Organizing-Greater Philadelphia Chapter professionals.
Clients hire professional organizers when they need help cleaning out their physical spaces. Sometimes the physical space is symbolic of a client’s emotional life. Letting go of physical belongings is a natural starting point.
As Professional Organizers it is our job to support our clients in getting unstuck. This practical, hands-on workshop will examine effective ways to create change in your client’s habits, encourage new practices and transform old patterns into new routines. Ilana's expertise as a licensed mental health counselor and trained therapist will help us navigate the boundaries of what is appropriate or not, given our role.
In the first part of the workshop, Ilana will illustrate and teach the tried and true techniques she successfully honed from her years of clinical work to bring about change in her clients’ lives. During the second part of the class, Ilana will have select organizers present case studies: real life situations where we get stopped or feel stuck with certain clients.
Ilana will demonstrate the techniques taught at the start of the workshop to show how to assess the situation and utilize the techniques effectively to encourage change.
In this CEU-worthy workshop you will:
• Gain a deeper understanding and insight into clients' emotional spaces due to the profound impact of parents and other relatives on their lives.
• Acquire practical tips and relevant solutions related to working with clients including boundary setting.
• Learn how to build on client's strengths to give them hope including reframing, VIA Character strengths, storytelling and personality assessments.
More information can be found here.
In celebration of Mother's Day and off the job training for on the job success, we are excited to welcome Ilana Tolpin Levitt, MA, MEd,LPC, LMHC, NCC to discuss Embracing Your Inner Leader. This talk will explore the impact of 'inherited' family dynamics on leadership and career development. We will explore new ways to fully embody our strengths and find the tools and resources needed to move forward in our careers.
What you will learn:
Explore the role of our own unconscious gender bias related to advancement, communication and money
Identify your natural leadership qualities
Find out how to embrace weaknesses as a flip side of a strength
Discover ways to effectively communicate and become known to the decision makers
Learn essential tips and strategies to push through internal blocks and reach your potential.
This is an internal event for Bank Leumi employees only. All participants will receive a copy of What's Mom Still Got to Do With It?
4:00-5:00 Speaker Series
5:00-6:00 Networking with wine and hors d'oeuvres
Career counselor Ilana Tolpin Levitt, MA, MEd,LPC, LMHC, NCC will be addressing the National Association of Productivity & Organizing-Michigan Chapter professionals on the topic of her book What's Mom Still Got To Do With It?
Are you unhappy at work? Do you wonder why you didn’t get that promotion? Feeling uncertain about your career choices in general? Your relationship with your mother might be the last thing on your mind as a major contributing factor to your career woes but it shouldn’t be. Exploring this connection can potentially unlock the mystery to the patterns and choices you make throughout your career. National, award-winning career counselor Ilana Tolpin Levitt brings her 26 years of experience in this groundbreaking book about the connection between women’s careers and their relationships with their moms. Learn how this relationship affects your career choices, leadership style, and why you interact with bosses and coworkers the way you do.
This event is open to members of NAPO. Members can contact Jane Hale by May 1 to preorder a personalized signed copy of this book.
Networking for Introverts: Effective professional development and job search strategies for every personality!
Description: Do you hate to make small talk? Does the very word ‘networking’ make you cringe? This workshop is for you! Everyone benefits from being connected, even computer systems are linked together to facilitate communication and resource sharing amongst users. In this workshop, learn effective strategies for networking in every setting- including knowing what to say, how to walk away and defining successful interactions without compromising your style.
Presenter: Ilana Tolpin Levitt, LPC, NCC is a clinical career counselor with over 25 years of experience in private practice in New York City and Central New Jersey. She is the 2013 recipient of the Outstanding Career Practitioner Award from the National Career Development Association. As a Licensed Mental Health Counselor, and with a strong background in Organizational Psychology and Human Resources, Ilana’s focus with many clients is a deep exploration of the psychological roots that impact job search, career development and workplace dysfunction. Her newly released book “What's Mom Still Got to Do With It?” integrates her extensive knowledge and experience about family dynamics with her expertise in career development.
This event is FREE. Registration is requested but walk-ins are always welcome.
What’s Mom (and Dad) Still Got To Do With it? “Inherited” Career Trauma and Instilling HOPE to all Clients
Presented by llana Tolpin Levitt, LPC, LMHC, NCC at the New Jersey Counseling Association Spring 2018 Conference for 1.5 CE.
The parent-child relationship is so primal and complex, that it can drive a person to his/her line of work, dictate how they lead, and, influence the types of relationships they have at work. Ilana will present her model released in her book “What’s Mom Still Got to Do With it?” and explore areas that impact career choice and advancement. Counselors can help Instill hope and confidence by using strengths based tools to reinforce positive messages and challenge difficult family messages and experiences.
Enjoy a new kind of Book and Author Event with Women’s Philanthropy
Understand your mother-daughter relationship as an adult to breathe new life into your calling or career and help your own children.
Led by Ilana Tolpin Levitt, M.A., M.Ed., Clinical Career and Licensed Mental Health Counselor
Interview by Jennifer Altmann
Facilitating the pre-conference seminar for the MACCA 2017 conference
Register Here: https://www.tc.columbia.edu/alumni/all-events/meet-the-authors/
The Nursing Education Alumni Association (NEAA) and the Office of Alumni Relations are happy to continue the "Meet the Authors" book talk series that showcases the talents and knowledge of alumni. This year’s talk will include Sylvia Kleinman Fields (Ed.D. ’77), author of Everything is Possible: A Nurse's Memoir, Lucille A. Joel (Ed.D. ‘70), author of Dimensions of Professional Nursing and Advanced Practice Nursing, and Ilana Tolpin Levitt (M.A. '89), author of What's Mom Still Got To Do With It? Each author will share excerpts from their recent work and take questions from the audience.
If you would like to have your books signed by the authors, please bring copies to the event.
Date: Wednesday, November 1
Time: 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Location: Horace Mann Room 152, Teachers College
Parent's Role in Your Student's Career : Tips and Strategies to Maximize Success!
The Fleishman Center for Career and Professional Development facilitates opportunities for students to engage in both deepening connections and building new relationships that foster career success at Binghamton. For Family Weekend, we have invited Binghamton alumna, Ms. Ilana Tolpin Levitt '86, a National Award Winning Career Counselor and who is also a parent of a freshman college student to foster a dialogue around best practices for family members including our students. As a career counselor and author of, "What's Mom Still Got To Do With It. Breathe New Life Into Your Career
By Understanding Your Mother-Daughter Relationship" we know she will enrich our perspectives on deepening how family members of both sons and daughters can be supportive in this process of exploration, preparation, experience procurement and professional development both while they are students and beyond. Please join us in UU 209 from 10am-11am for this interactive session
Career Development for the Higher Education Career Professional: Managing 'Up', Managing 'More' and Managing 'Beyond'!
What does success look like to career development professionals?
On the job, the landscape is changing with multiple pressures and competing priorities. Ilana will draw on decades of expertise in higher education, career development, human resources and private practice, as well as the content of her new book What's Mom Still Got To Do With It? to discuss essential components to building and expanding a successful career in this field.
- How to Manage ‘Up’ (Relationships with the Boss)
- Understand Management Types and Personal Style
- How to Manage Change in the Workplace Initiating and Creating Personal Change Including Promotion, Private Work, Stretch Assignments.
Author Ilana Tolpin Levitt, an award winning career consultant will be interviewed by Dr. Sharon Freedman, a holistic clinical psychologist from Montclair NJ. Explore the deep relationship between mother-daughter relationships and influence on women's careers.
Special opportunity to hear Dr. Freedman's journey in creating Embodiment, her newly released healing with nature music CD. Both products will be available for sale.
Ilana Tolpin Levitt, author of What's Mom Still Got To Do With It? will share her unique psychological perspective on mother-daughter relationships. Her 5 “daughter types” illustrate where women succeed and get stuck in their lives.
Through experiential exercise, we will gain knowledge and perspective to help clients reduce shame and embrace strengths around organization.
Celebrate Mother's Day at Barnes and Noble with Author Book Signing for two newly released books about mothering!
Come meet the authors...
Ilana Tolpin Levitt - What's Mom Still Got To Do With It?
Kathy Chlan - Maternally Challenged
Event is fundraiser for Elijah's Promise.
Donate a dress and it will be donated to Dress for Success!
Bring a dress and brighten the life of another woman! You will also receive 20% off purchase of both books in a bundle.
The East Brunswick Chapter of Hadassah Presents National Award Winning Career Consultant and Author Ilana Tolpin Levitt:
Ilana will give a talk based on her recent book, What’s Mom Still Got to Do with it? Breathe New Life into your Career by Understanding Your Mother-Daughter Relationship. Come learn about the model of 5 daughter types, and walk away with tips and solutions that will benefit mothers and their adult daughters no matter where they are in their careers!
Bring your mothers, bring your daughters for an informative program as Mother’s Day approaches. Books will be available for purchase after the program.
Your relationship with your mother might be the last thing on your mind as a major contributing factor to your career woes but it shouldn’t be. Exploring this connection can potentially unlock the mystery to the patterns and choices you make throughout your career. National, award-winning career counselor Ilana Tolpin Levitt brings her 26 years of experience in this groundbreaking book about the connection between women’s careers and their relationships with their moms.
Come hear her speak about the five different daughter types. Discover which ones you may identify with and use the practical tips and solutions to propel your career forward.
Sponsored by University Career Services and The Office of Human Resources