A Conversation about Leadership Strategies
with Edith Onderick-Harvey

Join us for a Fireside Chat with Edith Onderick-Harvey about her book Getting Real:  Strategies for Leadership in Today’s Innovation-Hungry, Time-Strapped, Multi-Tasking World of Work. The evening will start with networking and continue on with a conversation with the author followed by a question and answer session. The discussion will be moderated by Sandra Glucksmann, Chief Operating Officer at Editas Medicine and WEST Board Chair.

About the Book

Getting Real is for anyone who wants to take leadership to

the next level and create results in today’s world of work. By

using each of the targeted coaching sessions in this book,

you’ll quickly develop different ways of thinking. By using the

action steps at the end of each session, you’ll not only think

differently but behave as a different kind of leader. You’ll want

to apply these new strategies, tools and techniques as soon

as you put the book down.



About the Author

Edith Onderick-Harvey is a recognized organizational and leadership development expert. She works with Fortune 500 firms, growing companies, and universities to design their organizations, develop their leaders and continually elevate performance. She has been quoted in The New York Times, Human Resource Executive, CNN.com and many others. To find out more, visit www.factorintalent.com.


“Edith Onderick-Harvey’s original insights and tools in Getting Real will be instrumental in taking your personal leadership strategy to new heights.”

   - Marshall Goldsmith, a Thinker 50 Top Ten Global Business Thinker and author of the New York Times global best seller What Got You Here Won’t Get You There

“Edith Onderick-Harvey has done a masterful job connecting the why’s, the what’s and the how’s of leadership. If you either are or want to be a leader, Getting Real needs to be on your short list of must reads. You will use it from this point forward.”

   - Doug Lennick, Co-author of Moral Intelligence, CEO Think2Perform


Date and Time:  
September 3, 2015
6:30 - 8:30 PM


6:20-6:40pm: Registration, mingling, and light dinner
6:40-7:00pm: Facilitated networking
7:00-8:00pm: Chat with Edith
8:00-8:15pm: Q & A with the audience
8:15-8:30pm: Optional networking


Microsoft, One Cambridge Center, 4th Floor, Hawthorne Room, Cambridge, MA 02142

Map and Parking Information

We appreciate Microsoft donating the use of their event space.  Microsoft requires all attendees to check in on the first floor with a government issued photo id card.

Members: $20; Non-Members: $35, Workshop and Annual Membership: $105
You can add $14.99 to your registration for a copy of the book, which you can pick up at the event or you can bring $14.99 and buy one there.
A light dinner will be served.

To Register




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