Livestream Access | 2019 TX Conference for Women

Livestream the 2019 TX Conference for WomenThe Conference is sold out, but you can still join in!

New for 2019, the Texas Conference for Women is offering Livestream Tickets that will allow you to watch video of keynote and select breakout sessions while they happen from the comfort your computer.

Livestream tickets are $50 each and good for one device at a time. Details below.

Livestream ticket sales ended Tuesday, October 22nd at 5pm.


What You Get

Access to a private video stream of:

Morning Keynote Session 

8:15 am – 9:30 am CST FEATURING: Carla HarrisMegan Rapinoe | Celeste Headlee


Afternoon Keynote Session

12:50 pm – 2:30 pm CST FEATURING: Amanda Southworth | Elizabeth Gilbert | Tracee Ellis Ross | Tiffany D. Cross


Breakout Session Options

Your choice of 1 out of 2 options offered per session. Sessions subject to change. 

SESSION I: 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Option A: The Myth of the Nice Girl: Leading with Strength and Kindness (W)

Even in 2019, we continue to grapple with the negative perception of women’s “niceness” in the business world. If women are nice, they are seen as weak and ineffective. But if they are tough, they are labeled a bitch. This is the perfect session for women trying to navigate the complexity of relationships at work while staying kind and respectful. This session will explore how women can reclaim “nice” and sidestep regressive stereotypes about what a strong leader looks like.  Sharing her time-tested strategies, Fran Hauser will prove that women don’t have to sacrifice their values or hide their authentic personalities to be successful. Together, we will explore how to:

– Balance being empathetic and decisive
– Ask for what you want without feeling badly
– Become a boss who is not feared but respected
– Lead with kindness, empathy, humanity and STRENGTH

Speaker: Fran Hauser, media executive, startup investor, and author, The Myth of the Nice Girl


Option B: Ditch Workplace Drama and Drive Results (W)

Ego-driven behaviors are the #1 source of drama in workplaces today, generating huge amounts of emotional waste. Some people thrive on the drama and toxicity; but for most of us, this is an unwanted distraction. How do we eliminate the big egos and frenzy from our organizations? Leadership expert Cy Wakeman will show you how to ditch the drama so you can be responsible for your own success and learn to love your job again.She will provide you with the tips and tools for cultivating accountability so you can help drive results and restore sanity to the workplace. 

Speaker: Cy Wakeman, president and founder, Reality Based Leadership and best-selling author

SESSION II: 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Option A: Your Money: A Pathway to a Richer Life (W)

What do we want from our money? Some of us look for independence and security, while others desire more choices and a better way of life. But all of us want to experience less stress around money. So, now that women have more money—and power—than ever before, how can we start making our money work for us? In this session, Today Show financial editor and bestselling author Jean Chatzky will share what she’s learned about living a financially robust life. She will also present her three-part plan for understanding your life in relationship to your finances. Expect to walk away armed with tactical solutions for getting paid what you deserve, making your money last, leaving a legacy—and, most importantly, feeling joyful while doing it.

Speaker: Jean Chatzky, author, Women with Money: The Judgement-Free Guide to Creating the Joyful, Less Stressed, Purposeful (and Yes, Rich) Life You Deserve


Option B: Networking and Mentoring: Build Relationships, Not Just Contacts

Developing a strong network of mentors and advocates is critical to career success. These meaningful relationships will serve you throughout your career and can help you be a  valuable connection for others. A lot of hard work, networking and mentors helped FOX’s NFL reporter Laura Okmin break through the barriers in a male-dominated field and ultimately cover the biggest names on the biggest stages. Now, she’s paying it forward by helping to train, mentor and prepare the next generation of women with her new GALvanize program. Laura will help you understand who you need to meet, how to meet them and how to form lasting relationships (even if you’re an introvert!) Whether you are looking for success in a mentor-mentee program or growing your career by building meaningful relationships, she will share the best practices for creating the most successful two-sided relationship to ensure it is a win-win.

Speaker: Laura Okmin, Emmy award-winning sports reporter and founder, GALVANIZE


SESSION III: 3:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Option A: How to Be Heard: Effective Communication for Career Advancement (W)

Effective communication is about more than just words and phrases. It’s a projection of your competence and even your potential as a leader. Great communicators can voice their vision confidently, move plans and projects forward,  and present their ideas across all levels of an organization. Join this workshop for actionable steps to develop your own communication style. Learn about speaking with clarity and confidence so that your ideas are heard, your value is clear, and your opinions are remembered.

Speaker: Charmaine McClarie, career maker, C-suite advisor, and keynote speaker


Option B: Navigating Conflict & Difficult Conversations

We all want to work with people who are polite, considerate and kind. But it’s possible to be too nice: failing to disagree when it’s important to do so, or holding back from surfacing new ideas and innovations. Healthy, constructive conflicts are an essential part of producing good work; yet many people don’t have the skills to disagree in a professional, productive way. In this session, Amy Gallo combines management research and practical insights to provide straightforward advice on how to navigate difficult conversations so you can develop collaborative resolutions and be more effective at work.  Attendees will learn how to:

– Recognize whether you and others tend to seek or avoid conflict
– Assess your options for addressing a disagreement and knowing when to walk away
– Manage your emotions
– Prepare for and engage in difficult conversations

Speaker: Amy Gallo, author, HBR Guide to Dealing with Conflict

(Speakers and descriptions subject to change—more detail will be available closer to the Conference date!)

How it Works


  • Purchase a livestream ticket on our registration page.
  • Your access code will only function on one device at a time.
  • During each breakout session, you will be able to choose from two possible session options (listed above). 
  • The livestream URL and your unique access code will be emailed to you in advance of the Conference date. That email will also contain any technical details you need to have a smooth viewing experience. 
  • Livestreamed video is only available live—it will not be available for playback and recording of any type is strictly prohibited.
  • Download “Best Practices for Viewing a Webcast” (PDF)

*Stream quality optimized for viewing on standard desktop monitors and smaller devices.

Questions? Email [email protected] for help.

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