Being a woman in banking means a lot of different things these days. We are balancing career and family. We're making strides in a male-dominated industry. We're exploring how to advocate for and mentor the next generation of women in banking. We're learning how to build and maintain successful teams and understand and properly manage potential pitfalls. Join us Thursday, Jan. 20,  as we discuss best practices and strategies.


Thriving Through Turbulent Times

Sherene McHenrySherene McHenry, Ph.D., CSP, LPC
The People IQ Expert

9 to 10 a.m.
In today’s uncertain world, you may be feeling frightened, frazzled and frustrated in and out of the workplace. Energy is lagging. Burnout is rising. Tempers are flaring. The good news is your mood and well-being aren’t dependent on what’s going on around you. This fast-paced, uplifting presentation outlines strategy to immediately boost your energy, enhance your mood and empower you to operate from a position of strength and guide others to do the same.

Communicate More Effectively with Your Boss, Your Staff and Your Customers

Terri ThomasTerri Thomas, Executive Vice President – Legal Department Director
Kansas Bankers Association

10 to 11 a.m.
Today’s financial institutions understand that to compete, they must build and maintain successful team cultures. Unfortunately, pitfalls, if not understood and properly managed, cannot only hinder a financial institution from meeting its goals but can create a negative and even hostile environment for management, employees and customers. Learn how perception influences your day-to-day interactions with others, as well as how to identify and work with various social styles to establish successful relationships with your co-workers and customers.

Own It: Being a Woman in Banking

Natalie Bartholomew, The Girl BankerNatalie Bartholomew, The Girl Banker
Chief Impact Officer, Citizens Bank of Edmond, Oklahoma

11 a.m. to Noon
Being a woman in banking means a lot of different things these days. We are juggling the balance of our careers and family, dealing with potential burnout and doing what we can to make strides in a male-dominated industry. Explore how to be advocate for the women on your team and a mentor for the next generation of women in banking using key takeaways that you can put into practice immediately.


8:30 a.m.     GoToWebinar Opens  
8:50 a.m.    Welcome 
9 to Noon    Program
Noon    Adjourn

Four Ways to Register

register icon    Online
phone icon    Phone 573-636-8151 
fax machine    Fax 573-634-2754
mail icon    Mail check payable to Missouri Bankers Association and form to:
Missouri Bankers Association
P.O. Box 57
Jefferson City, MO 65102

Registration Fees 

  • Member Fees
    • Per Person -- $295
    • All-Access Pass -- $575
      • Bank pays one fee of $575 for unlimited employees to attend.
  • Nonmember Fee - $1,180 per person

Note: MBA will issue an invoice based on initial registrations from a bank. Following the webinar, we will review the attendee list and if additional bank employees attend, we will send a second invoice based on the pricing above to reconcile the difference.

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Contact the MBA Education Department at 573-636-8151 or email.