This is a great event to bring friends interested in Women's Network as well as reconnect with members you may not have seen since the last event. We can't wait to see you!
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Join us for a lunch & learn with Becky Considine, speaking on her leadership opportunities in the community and supporting her spouse, a community leader and CEO of Akron Children's Hospital.
Learn the skills of a successful leader on how to navigate change, overcome challenges and push backs to succeed in an ever-changing and expanding organization and community. Walk away feeling inspired with a new perspective on how to balance your career, volunteering in your community and supporting your family. Know how you can make a difference in your community, organization and personal life.
We are proud to announce Christine Amer Mayer, president, GAR Foundation, as our keynote speak this year.
Monday, Sept. 18Open House: 5-6 p.m.Annual Meeting program: 6-7:30 p.m.Register by Sept. 13
*Heavy hors d'oeuvres and refreshments provided by our community sponsor, Western Reserve Hospital.*
The first workshop in our three-part series on Executive Presence: How to Gain Credibility at Work, features a panel discussion with female senior executives on being intentional in how you look, sound and communicate and how that intentionality can enhance your career.
Sharon Noewer, director of market policy & planning and analytics, FirstEnergy
Julie Tutkevich, executive vice president, chief communications & marketing director, Huntington National BankBiography
Bernett Williams, VP, external affairs and interim VP, humans resources Akron Children's HospitalBiography
Do you consistently receive positive feedback about your work but do not get invited to the executive suite?
Did you recently receive a stellar performance review but were not considered for a raise or promotion?
Advancement goes beyond performance and now if the time to take control of your career path!
Performance alone no longer dictates promotions and opportunities for advancement in the workplace. Leaders are now required to have Executive Presence. Executive Presence is the combination of behaviors and attitudes that enable you to clearly and confidently express your ideas and influence others.
This three-part series breaks down Executive Presence- What it means in our modern workforce and how you can apply lessons from top executives to build your credibility and confidence. This series will focus on the three most impactful areas of Executive Presence: Learning what it takes to be seen as a leader, being intentional about your future and enhancing your communications skills through presentation techniques.
Career advancement doesn't happen just because you are incredibly good at your work. You need to arm yourself with more than technical skills and work ethic to be considered the obvious choice for the next opportunity.
A three-part series for women in all career stages, Executive Presence, can teach you to be intentional in building your inner CEO by navigating the next steps in your personal career plan.
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The following workshops are included in this series:
September 27: What it Means to Have Executive PresenceOctober 10: Self-Advocacy: Getting Promoted is Intentional October 31: Great Presentations
The second workshop in a three-part series is focusing on being your best self-advocate.
Are you speaking up for yourself, making your own decisions and being intentional on building credibility in your career?
Hear from Women's Network board president, Kirsten Lino and our partner, Cathy Posner on how to self-advocate to get a promotion or picot your career.
Participants will learn how to:
Kirsten Lino, vice president, business banking team leader, Huntington National Bank, board president, Women's Network
Cathy Posner, owner, Transition Consulting and CoachingBiography
This is a perfect time to bring friends interested in Women's Network as well as reconnect with members you may not have seen since the last event. We can't wait to see you!
The third and final workshop in our Executive Presence series is all about improving your presentation and communication skills.
Michelle Moore Brady, a professional speaker and 3-decade communications college instructor will provide immediately applicable tips to improve your public presentations fast. Using the acronym D.E.L.I.V.E.R.Y. you will learn eight easy strategies to stop saying "um" and eliminate other presentation mistakes.
Michelle Moore Brady, owner, Sage Forward Training, LLC
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