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Women in Leadership Breakfast | Tri-State

Hosted in New York

Thursday, March 7, 2019

9:00 a.m. - 12:15 p.m.

 

 

The essence of power is how you use it to get things done.

For today’s women at the C-level, leaving work for the day doesn’t mean it’s time to relax. It means your second shift is just starting. This “invisible workload” can bring as much stress as time in the office, and the effort to find balance has many women at their tipping point.

This Women in Leadership workshop will provide science-backed tools to help you make it work — all of it — without compromise.

In her program, “The female brain: Uniquely wired to lead,” human behavior and evolutionary psychology expert, Dr. Rebecca Heiss will explore women’s relationship to power, demonstrating you do not have to give up an iota to achieve that elusive symbiosis. Register now.

Pricing

Member – Through Feb. 14: $55 | After Feb. 14: $65

Guest – Through Feb. 14: $75 | After Feb. 14: $85

For questions, contact event planner, Madaline Woodard.

Why Attend:

The female brain is uniquely wired to do it all.

In acknowledging your power, and fortifying your resolve with proven methodology, you will be more than ready to embrace the challenge.

From stress management to redefining leadership and consciously telling new stories about how female qualities "fit" into business — this workshop will provide actionable tools and insights you can implement immediately. You’ll leave feeling a weight has been lifted. Register now.

Agenda

Convene at 101 Park Avenue
 

Event Speakers

Location

Convene at 101 Park Avenue
101 Park Avenue
New York, NY
 

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