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Wednesday, April 3, 2019 at 9:00am to 4:00pm
REGISTRATION IS CLOSED
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CU Women Lead presents
Lead(her)ship Conference: Developing Women’s Leadership Skills for Personal and Professional Life
In collaboration with the Cornell University Women of Color Colleague Network Group
Sponsored by the President’s Council of Cornell Women and the Division of Human Resources
Wednesday, April 3rd, 9am-4pm (lunch provided)
Chris Olex, Facilitator and Trainer
In this interactive session, participants will be asked to consider what courage looks like to them, how they learned what courage they do have, and what skills are necessary to build courage. Rooted in Brené Brown’s research and Dare to Lead™ curriculum, participants will walk away understanding how they can be more courageous in their lives.
Chris Olex is a trainer, facilitator, and speaker specializing in personal, leadership, and team development. She is certified in Dare to Lead™, the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator™, DiSC™, Emotional Intelligence, Effective Intelligence, and The Motivation Factor™
Other Conference Topics
Emotional Intelligence, Assertive Communication, LinkedIn,
Imposter Syndrome, Personal Strategic Plan and more!
Register for free at http://bit.ly/Leadhership2019
Priority given to those that register by March 27th
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