Accelerating the Advancement of Women Leaders

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From our research-based competencies to our networking events, WFF provides the content, competencies and connections you need to make your mark. We’re driven to provide you with the knowledge and insights to take the lead.

Leadership Development Workshops

If you are ready to lead and want to build your own roadmap to accelerate your career, it is time to register for Women’s Foodservice Forum’s (WFF) 2018 Leadership Development Workshops (LDWs).  This one-day, focused workshop brings powerful content to a city near you to help you build your leadership competencies and keep your personal and career development moving forward throughout the year.  

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Annual Leadership Development Conference

Nearly 3,000 people attend this four-day event, which delivers best-in-class content, builds meaningful and strategic industry connections, and develops core leadership competencies. In addition to dynamic keynote addresses, there are numerous educational sessions on various topics at all career levels.

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Executive Summit

This exclusive event convenes top industry executives not only for learning and development, but to provide a forum to collaborate on solutions which will activate change for the future of the food ecosytem.

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SAVE THE DATE MARCH 10-13

New features highlight 2019 Conference The theme for the 2019 Annual Leadership Development Conference had to be LIMITLESS! We couldn’t be confined by preconceived notions, business-as-usual or the limits of history as we take you in important new directions for our 30th Anniversary Celebration and boldly embrace your LIMITLESS future!

CHILI'S BAR AND GRILL PRESIDENT KELLI VALADE TAKES HELM AT TDN2K

WFF Board Member and EVP of Brinker International and President of Chili's Bar and Grill, Kelli Valade, is taking the helm of research and insights firm TDn2K.

THE EVOLUTION OF HR METRICS

There was a time when Human Resources was seen as the purview of managers who had the “soft skills” to deal with people rather than widgets. But as one of the largest expenses on the company balance sheet, HR is under growing pressure to quantify the return on this huge investment and make data-driven decisions that improve the entire business.

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