A Gift-Centered Approach to Leadership For a New Generation of Leaders
The rules of the game have changed. “Command and Control” practices of leadership no longer work, especially on a new generation of emerging leaders – Millennials (now in their 20’s and 30’s). Are you ready to play by new rules? Why should you change your leadership style, especially since it has helped you achieve the level of success you have today?
Join us as Executive Coach Susan Inouye shares what you must do to engage Millennials for your company to thrive now and into the future. She calls her approach “Sawubona Leadership” taken from a Zulu word that refers to bringing out the best “gifts” that each of your employee’s carry inside. This is a great opportunity to learn from one of the best in an interactive and intimate setting.
Date: Friday, March 16, 2012
Time: 12:00 - 1:00pm (please arrive 10 minutes early)
Location: Prego Ristorante, Irvine, CA
Professional Women United is dedicated to empowering and engaging our members to help enhance their careers.
Seating is very limited; Please RSVP early!
Visit www.professionalwomenunited.com for more information!
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Professional Women United
Professional Women United is a professional women’s organization.
Our mission is to transform women inside and out, and then empower them to help transform our world as “Architects of Change”. We encourage women to pass on the wisdom, life-lessons and practical tools they have learned to empower others to see themselves as capable of making a difference in the community and the world.
Our goal is to help develop women’s professional growth, provide an avenue for philanthropy and build a powerful network of local women who strive for success.
We promote business growth and career development through interactive distinguished speaker meetings, powerful networking mixers with other organizations/businesses, seminars and webinars.
In addition, our organization is dedicated to making a difference in our community, especially for the underprivileged and distressed women and children in Orange County.