Check out the resources Britt shared in her presentation:
- Getting the Mentoring You Need (HBR Guide Series)
- 4 Ways to Get a Sponsor Who Will Speak for You When You’re Not in the Room (Inc. Magazine)
- Understanding the Impact of Mentorship Versus Sponsorship (Forbes)
- Ask Sallie: Do I need a Sponsor at work? How do I Find One? (Ellevest)
- BONUS! Squiggly Career: Ditch the Ladder, Discover Opportunity, Design Your Career (Tupper, Ellis)
The UW Bothell MBAA is excited to bring you a live webinar with Britt Provost on May 20 at 6pm. Join us to discuss networking, mentorship, and building connections. Britt will share basic guidelines for successful network building along with some of the ways networking is evolving in a digital format.
Meeting ID: 988 2874 6967
ABOUT BRITT PROVOST
Britt Provost is the Executive Vice President of People and Culture at Accolade. She plays a key role in shaping the employee experience across Accolade to ensure they attract, develop, retain and engage their talent.
Britt has over 15 years of experience leading People teams in global and growth organizations. Prior to joining Accolade, Britt was Chief HR Officer at Promethean, a global educational technology company, serving millions of teachers and classrooms worldwide. Britt also lead the People function at Apptio through many transitions during her tenure (as a private VC-funded company, through their initial public offering, to a publicly traded company, and finally, through a private equity acquisition).
She has also held many senior People leadership roles at Avanade, an innovative leader in digital & cloud services and business solutions, as well as Real Networks and Microsoft.
Britt is also an accomplished speaker and facilitator on topics including: enabling and growing great people managers; building organizational culture; developing high performing and engaged teams; and career empowerment.
Britt has a bachelor’s degree in Art History from the University of Washington and a Masters in Business Administration (MBA) from University of Colorado.