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THE COLLABORATE WITH EDGE LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE
Since 2013, The Ivy Network has taken the lead in women's leadership by offering executive level programs for businesswomen who are looking for professional development, personal growth and career advancement. Even the most experienced women leader benefits from our training which has been designed for women by women leaders. More and more, we find that companies want to support their women leaders by sending them to our Edge Programs.
The Ivy Network Edge Curriculum engages a proprietary approach to women's leadership development programs. The Edge Model, designed by founder and CEO, Ivy Algazy, recognizes the unique experiences and demands of today’s professional women. These exclusive corporate women's leadership programs were designed by Ivy and her team, taking women through a “tested and proven” three-pronged method that includes introspection, women-centered skills and creating a comprehensive strategy to bring into your personal and professional life.
"What did I gain by attending Leading with Edge? A group of powerful women who became friends and supporters; real world lessons for the workplace and beyond; courage and the strength to take the next steps in advancing my career. Not your ordinary executive women's leadership course, so much more. Thank you, Ivy for bringing together an impressive team of facilitators and a progressive curriculum."
Suzanne Brienza, PSEG-LI
Leading with Edge 2017
Ivy Algazy is the CEO & Founder of The Ivy Network, LLC., the mastermind behind the Annual Collaborate with Edge Leadership Conference and the Director of the Long Island Associations Women’s Collaborative. She started The Ivy Network, LLC in 2014, teaching her innovative Edge Women’s Leadership curriculum to 100’s of women; creating stronger bolder women leaders.
Ivy’s multifaceted career began as an educator and continued in leadership training, not for profit fundraising & engagement, women’s issues and more. Prior to opening her company, Ivy held positions as the AHA “Go Red for Women” Director and the Director of Community Outreach for Women’s Health at Northwell Health System, which gained her a reputation as a subject matter expert in women’s topics. Ivy’s career and life experiences were the catalyst for developing the Edge Leadership model. She is currently adapting the Edge model to be used with multi-gender audiences to create a more equitable workplace.
Ivy is a graduate of the SUNY Regents College and earned her Coaching Certification from The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC) and has a Certificate of High-Performance Leadership from Cornell University.
Ivy currently writes for several publications including Forbes.com. She is also a member of the Forbes Greater NY Business Council.
A leadership program for emerging leaders
If you are a rising leader looking to develop and advance your leadership skills, Rising with Edge is for you! Rising presents innovative approaches designed specifically for women, transforming you to a more confident powerful leader. You will learn how to avoid the hurdles to reaching your leadership potential.
A leadership program for executive women leaders
When we stop learning, we stop growing. Even experienced leaders will learn from Leading with Edge. This course enhances your current strategies, forming a higher level of success. Designed by women for women, Leading with Edge focuses on essential proficiencies that women need to implement to become stronger bolder leaders.
Forbes New York Business Council Is an Invitation-Only Community for Successful Business Owners and Leaders in Greater New York City
Forbes Councils is a collective of invitation-only communities created in partnership with Forbes and the expert community builders who founded Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC). In Forbes Councils, exceptional business owners and leaders come together with the people and resources that can help them thrive.
Ivy Algazy, The Ivy Network CEO, is a regular contributor to the LIBN
(Long Island Business News) editorial section.
Ivy reflects on current issues in her women's leadership articles