This is the first piece in our Leader Speak series. We'll speak to leaders across the globe that inspire us about empowering women, hiring teams, their career journeys, and much more. This week, we spoke with Janet Lewis, a global financial services executive about her incredible career and how she pays it forward. Stay tuned for more.
This is the first piece in our Leader Speak series. We'll speak to leaders across the globe that inspire us about empowering women, hiring teams, their career journeys, and much more. This week, we spoke with Janet Lewis, a global financial services executive about her incredible career and how she pays it forward. Stay tuned for more.
What accomplishment are you most proud of?
I am most proud of how I balanced my personal and professional life. Balancing between the two was an endless internal negotiation. I had to come to terms with the fact that it would never be perfectly balanced and to accept the tradeoffs. You are never going to be able to give both parts of your life equal share at any given time. So balance is not about giving 50/50 to your personal and professional life, balance is the constant seesawing between the two, which fluctuates minute by minute. By accepting that balance meant give and take, I was liberated from the guilt I felt when I couldn’t give my all to everyone (that’s not to say I didn’t grapple with some serious mommy guilt from time to time). I was able to manage that back and forth well which is in part due to having a great support system at home (a partner/family/friends who support my professional dreams and at home childcare) and at work (supportive colleagues, mentors, great managers).
What are the few things you think firms could do better to support women reaching leadership levels?
During a job interview early in my career, a senior male executive asked me “do you intend on having children?” The honest answer was, “OF COURSE I PLAN ON HAVING CHILDREN!” I was recently married and couldn’t wait to have kids. Maybe not right away, but it was definitely something I wanted. But I knew the answer he wanted to hear. So I didn’t exactly share my personal feelings about motherhood and said I wasn’t planning on it at the moment. When I look back, it’s clear that being a working mother was an issue for him. If I was going to have children, how could I possibly deliver the revenue targets? I wound up having three children over the course of my career and moved up the ranks while I met and exceeded expectations. Nowadays you couldn’t even ask that question which shows progress but there is still so much work to be done. Companies are now realizing the importance of supporting working parents through programs that provide the time needed for families, BOTH mother and father.
As for supporting women reaching leadership levels, there needs to be continuous mentor programs that aid in the identification of skills overall and as part of those programs the ability to work alongside other senior level professionals to learn through real life experience. As we continue to develop the next generation of working women, we must acknowledge the need for more awareness and that starts at the top of an organization. Addressing skills gaps and committing to inclusion are some ways organizations can assist in the change.
We also find that women just have less infrastructure for support when it comes to navigating the workforce. Who mentors who, if all of the executives are men, who are they going to seek out to invest their time in?
My experience, as a woman and a mom of three daughters with a 30 year career in Financial Services sales and strategy, has taught me that when companies address culture, inclusion and diversity as a priority, progress is accelerated. Women need to also lean in, raise their hands and use their voice. Men can be wonderful mentors as well. This should not be exclusionary by any means.
What qualities do you value most when hiring for your team? What's the most telling question you always ask in an interview- and why?
Communication, collaboration, customer orientation and integrity are starters. I always ask, “Describe a time when your team failed to complete a project on time? What would you do differently? Describe a successful team project you worked on? What was your contribution?” It's important to ask situational questions to candidates to see if they have the right behaviors for the job and exhibit core company values.
What advice would you give to your 25-year-old self?
Take risks. It's ok to fail. Raise your hand higher.
How do you individually support women navigating the corporate ladder?
I mentor a number of women who are at different stages in their career. In those discussions, I ask them what they aspire to and why. It’s important to be able to describe your goals with clarity and focus. Additionally, we discuss the skills required and what positions and experiences will lead to growth to get to the next level. Speaking with honesty, integrity, and vulnerability is key.
Who helped you believe in yourself and gave you the confidence to rise into this role? And how do you pay it forward?
It’s a combination of things but first and foremost, I believed in myself and was my own advocate. Identifying my goals and aspirations helped me maintain focus along the way. My confidence grew out of a key experience- my first backpacking trip to The Cirque of the Towers in Wind River Range, Wyoming, which is in the Bridger Wilderness in Bridger-Teton National Forest. I set out knowing that my goal was to hike through the wilderness and ascend 12,000 ft. to the summit. Even though I was prepared and trained, there were many unknowns (switchback challenges, altitude, avalanches, bears, fatigue) that I couldn’t plan for. I learned a lot about myself through this experience. Plan for the unexpected! Plans evolve and need to be reworked constantly. Despite the challenges I faced, I didn’t turn back as I always had my sights set on climbing to the summit. The summit guides me daily.
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Work and educational history
Company and job title or details
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Optional information such as race, gender, ethnicity, disability, veteran
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Username and password
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Providing our core Services, which include creating and managing your Meytier Site account and connecting you with potential employers
Fulfilling the terms of any agreement you have with us, respond to your requests, or otherwise complete a transaction that you initiate.
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Posting job notices and other company information for Employers
Transmitting or redirecting users’ job applications to Employers
Sending administrative communications related to the Services
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Administering surveys, contests, or promotions
Enabling users to post on our blog and to interact with Meytier through social media
Engaging in analysis and research concerning the Services, improving users’ experiences with the Services, and otherwise enhancing the quality of our products and services
Building and training data science models to help find better matches between employer requirements and candidates
Helping candidates better represent their skills and achievements
Improving user experience with our Services and for other purposes related to the delivery and performance of our services
Creating custom experience for users and tailoring our Services to each user’s interests and preferences
Supporting our business operations and performing accounting, auditing and other internal functions
Complying with and enforcing applicable legal requirements, contractual obligations and our policies
Complying with legal or regulatory requirements, or protecting our rights and interests, as described below under “Legal Purposes”
Compiling and sharing aggregated information
Counting visitors to the Website and analyze how visitors use the Services
Engaging in analytics or targeted advertising as described in the “Third-Party Analytics and Targeted Advertising” section below
SHARING OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
We share personal information about you:
If you are a candidate and one of our employer partners has a job opportunity available or is seeking candidates
With service providers, including our cloud services provider.
As required by law in order to comply with a subpoena or other legal process, or to comply with government reporting obligations; however, we will give you as much notice as possible of receipt of a subpoena or other legal process or requirement, obliging us to disclose your personal information so that you can take measures if you choose to, to stop disclosure or restrict disclosure of your personal information.
Sanitized or aggregated information. We also may compile and share sanitized or aggregated information about users of the Services, such as by publishing a report on trends in the usage of the Services or sharing aggregated information about historical and real-time trends in employment. We also may share sanitized or aggregated information about the numbers, types, or origins of users who submit job applications on the sites of our business partners or who click on our business partners’ links on the Services (such as a job posting or article).
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The laws in some jurisdictions require companies to tell you about the legal grounds they rely on to use or disclose your personal information. To the extent those laws apply- our legal grounds are as follows:
To honor our contractual commitments to you. Much of our processing of personal information is to meet our contractual obligations to candidates or other individuals, or to take steps at their request in anticipation of entering into a contract with them.
Consent: Where required by law and in some other cases, we handle personal information on the basis of consent.
Facilitating useful connections between Employers and Candidates
Providing customer service
Engaging in marketing
Protecting our customers, personnel and property
Analyzing and improving our business
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The right to access your Personal Information
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There will likely be a delay in accessing or deleting your Personal Information from our systems if you request it. We nevertheless will retain your Personal Information in order to comply with the law, to preserve or enforce our rights to the extent permitted under applicable law., or to resolve disputes. From the last date that you used our Services or visited our Website, we will maintain any resulting Personal Information collected for at least seven (7) years unless otherwise required by applicable law.
Transfer of Information to the United States
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We do not deliberately collect any sensitive Personal Information, and we ask that you not send us or disclose any such sensitive Personal Information to us irrespective of whether you use our Services. Such sensitive Personal Information would include your social security number, financial account information, payment information and information related to race or ethnicity, national origin, sexual orientation, political opinion, religion or other beliefs, health, criminal background, or trade union membership.
We maintain reasonable commercially available administrative, technical, and physical safeguards designed to protect the personal information collected through this Website. However, no method of data transmission over the Internet or data storage is 100% secure or foolproof. As such, we cannot guarantee the absolute security of any information.
RETENTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION
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Violate any local, state, provincial, national, or other law or regulation, or any order of a court.
Run any bots, spiders, scrapers, web crawlers, indexing agents, or other software to aggregate or browse any Meytier content, including without limitation, company or user accounts or profiles, or otherwise interfere with or circumvent the integrity of the Website or Services.
Introduce any viruses, trojan horses, worms, time bombs, cancelbots, corrupted files, or similar software to the Website or Services or transmit any other computer programming routines that may damage, interfere with, or surreptitiously intercept any data, or personal information.
Use the Services to transmit, distribute, post, or submit any confidential information concerning any other person or entity, including, without limitation, photographs of others without their permission, personal contact information or credit card, debit card, or bank account numbers.
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Defame, defraud, mislead, or impersonate any person or entity, or otherwise misrepresent yourself or your affiliation with any person or entity.
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Act in any manner which, in our sole discretion is objectionable, interferes with the proper working of the Services, or which may affect our reputation in any way.
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