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45-Minute Keynote Talk, Multi-Day Group Workshops, or Private One-to-One Sessions




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Female directors, managers, and corporate climbers 


Research shows that mixed management teams are more profitable and work more efficiently. Yet, women are still a minority in the work place.  While there has been a lot of progress over the past few years, there is still a long way to go. 


“Women In Business” is designed to help female managers and directors break through the glass ceiling and advance in the workplace without having to work "like a man".  They will discover how to stop holding themselves back and gain the confidence they need to succeed. They will also receive tools to help them overcome obstacles while staying true to their femininity.  


It educates and inspires by using stories from Hollywood heroines and innovators who broke through racial, social, ethnic, technological and economic barriers to achieve success in a male dominated world.   


Upon completion of this course, learners will be able to:


  • Overcome The Barriers and Challenges That Hold Them Back From Success

  • Eliminate “Imposter Syndrome” and Other Damaging Beliefs

  • Find The Balance Between Femininity and "Working Like a Man"

  • Feel Confident About Their Value and Self-Worth

  • Find Their Unique Voice and Be Heard Amongst Their Colleagues

  • Apply Key Communication Techniques That Enhance Power In Challenging Situations

  • Develop Support Networks and Make Lasting Connections

  • Develop Self-Awareness, Personal, and Professional Development Skills

  • Broaden Your Impact and Ability To Influence

  • Understand Core Strengths and Use Them To Succeed

  • Move Forward With Increased Levels Of Energy

  • Understand Challenges and How To Overcome Them

  • Improve Team Dynamics

  • Have a Clearer Idea Of Career Progression Within The Business

  • Come Back Strong After Setbacks, Absence, Etc. 


“Culture, Diversity, & Inclusion In the Workplace” 

“Introduction To Leadership”

“High-Impact Leadership”

“Corporate Entreprenurship & Innovation”

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