Maximize Your Career - Business Tools for Women over 50
Friday, August 28, 2015 from 8:15 AM to 4:00 PM (CDT)
All details at http://www.bizwomenover50conference.com
At least a $1,000 coaching value, including a strategic plan, for about $100!
Business women over 50 have education, experience and knowledge yet they are more likely to be stymied in their careers than younger women or men that age. They may have taken time off to raise a family. They lack the powerful network many men more easily develop because of the number of men in the highest offices. Since older men are considered distinguished and mature as they age and women typically aren't(!), they need to work harder at staying current in their looks. And, of course, current in their skills especially if they are returning to the work force.
Maximize Your Career - Business Tools for Women over 50 offers Boomer women the unique opportunity to listen, learn and grow in the company of like-minded women!
Attendees will know how to:
- Push forward on their corporate career.
- Analyze if they are wired for entrepreneurial success.
- Develop better corner office business politicking skills.
- Stay current with their look and skills.
- Brand themselves for where they are in their career and what they want to achieve.
- Network in the right places.
- Use social media to their advantage.
- Put their strategy in writing.
All sales final. No refunds will be issued.
When & Where
Lillian D. Bjorseth, president, Duoforce Enterprises, Inc.
Lillian Bjorseth has worked and played politics in corporate corner offices and trenches at Nicor Gas and AT&T where she taught top executives media and public relations skills. She’s also built two businesses primarily on word-on-mouth and top-of-the-mind positioning. She’s an award-winning, nationally known face-to-face networking and communication skills speaker, trainer, coach and author. Her multi-edition, Breakthrough Networking: Building Relationships That Last, is a standard in the industry. She’s also co-founder of the Greater Chicago Networking Extravaganza, the 13th of which will be in May 2015. She’s co-creating “Class Act,” an executive series for the younger generation. She was honored as a local inspirational leader in the new Chicago magazine, I Inspire. She also was named one of 2014’s Top 100 Women in Ecommerce by WE Magazine for Women. The Chicago Tribune calls her a “networking expert” and the Association Forum of Chicagoland dubs her “the business networking authority.”