San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Are you ready to define what success means to you in your professional career, in your personal life or other areas that are important to you?
I invite you to join your fellow WCAN members in a thought provoking seminar entitled "A Happy New You".
Through our discussion you will have an opportunity to explore actionable steps that you can use immediately to move you forward in your professional and personal exploration of whatever change you wish to bring about in your life. In this professional development session you will:
- Visualize what it is you really want for yourself
- Identify what new behaviors are required for transformation into a happier new you; and
- Make a commitment toward developing a happy new you
Join us to network with your fellow WCANers and learn powerful tips to set yourself on a path of self realization. As with all WCAN events, we appreciate your positive RSVP to secure your reservation by Monday, July 21, 2014.
Space is limited, so please send your response as soon as possible as we anticipate a high level of interest in attendance. Tickets for this event are required in advance.
About Our Distinguished Speaker:
Nadine Watson, MBA, ACC is a Certified Integral Life Coach with Sagacy Coaching. She has a special calling for coaching women on all levels who are looking to move toward the possibilities life has in store for them. She develops an ongoing relationship with clients to create accountability, inspiration, innovation, and support. Her passion shows forth as clients achieve excellence and live life to the fullest. In addition to her coaching certification through the International Coach Federation (ICF), Nadine holds a Master's degree in Business Administration (MBA), a BS in Management Information Systems, Project Management Professional (PMP) coursework completion, a Non Profit Management Certificate, and a Vocational Teaching Credential in Business Management and Computer Applications.
The WCAN Steering Committee-
Charisse Brogdon, Melissa Slaughter, and Minchene Tang
When & Where
WCAN- Women of Color Action Network
In March 2000, the Women of Color Action Network (WCAN) was founded by a group of women with the vision to help women of color realize their maximum potential in the workplace. One impetus for forming the organization was a study, Women of Color in Corporate Management by Catalyst, a New York-based research and advocacy organization.
The Catalyst study as well as other similar research showed that creating and sustaining women’s networks is a critical success factor for the advancement of women in the workplace. This finding is especially relevant to women of color who disproportionately experience barriers to upward mobility in their organizations and professions, including lack of mentors, networking, role models and visibility