Women's Advancement Group

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Women's Advancement Group

Format: Networking, group introductions, speaker from the community or inside the group, conversations and group reflection

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  • 1 hour 30 minutes
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{Formally Corporate Women}

Don't let the name fool you - this forum is designed for any woman looking to advance in her career. If you work for a small organization, non profit, Fortune 500, etc. and are navigating your career growth, this group is for you.

This peer group will cover topics relating to the challenges women face as they pursue their growth and development. Topics include, but are not limited to: Intellectual Self-Care, Creating a Sponsorship Culture, Becoming comfortable with difficult conversations, identifying your leadership style, and negotiation.

Format: Networking, group introductions (name, business name, connection to topic), speaker from the community or inside the group, small group networking/mastermind.

Accountability: In order for our programming to be effective and for our members to grow and connect, these peer groups will meet monthly. This is for members only, with guests (non-members and members not currently involved in the group) allowed to attend up to two times.

OWN YOUR VOICE: ASSERTIVE COMMUNICATION

How to make your voice heard. In this 60-minute keynote, Emilie explains the many benefits of asserting yourself (strategically) at work.

• The difference between assertive and aggressive leadership

• Best practices for assertive communication through verbal, visual, and vocal mediums

• How to speak up in a way that garners respect

Speaker: Emilie Aries - Founder & CEO, Bossed Up

Bio: Emilie Aries is a speaker, podcast host, author, and the Founder & CEO of Bossed Up, an award-winning personal and professional development company where she helps women and marginalized people create radical progress in their careers.

Aries has worked with leaders at Fortune 500 companies to support retention, diversity and inclusion, and human resource initiatives, and has been featured in media outlets including the Washington Post, CNN Money, Buzzfeed, and more.

Her book, Bossed Up, serves as a practical roadmap for women who want to set themselves up for sustainable, long-term career success and step up as the boss of their lives.

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