Whether or not you are following local politics closely, chances are local politicians are deliberating on issues that will have an impact on your daily life. Come and learn from Minority Whip Athena Salman the importance of becoming civically engaged, ways in which you can get involved and make positive change.
Many entrepreneurs and business leaders are diving into the world of creating their own “personal brand” to differentiate themselves from the companies they run and/or work for. In this interactive workshop, Tisha Marie Pelletier uses a 3-step approach to help you cultivate your Brand.
Join us as Amber Ehrlich, Certified KonMari Consultant, leads us through the KonMari Method. With ‘One Dozen Tidy Dont’s’ to guide you, be prepared to rediscover what sparks joy. From creating your vision of your ideal lifestyle and home to practical tips to make it happen, you’ll walk away feeling inspired, supported and ready to tidy up.
You CAN master the art of quickly capturing prospective client’s attention in a networking situation. Tish Times will make creating and articulating your ‘engagement statement’, a statement that will cause prospects to want to hear more, know more and anticipate the follow-up call, in a powerful way both simple and authentic.
In this workshop you will learn skills as to how to have difficult conversations, ways of understanding your own unique perspective before you can understand someone else, active listening skills and how to be persuasive. With Jodie Galassi-Ainlay, this workshop is a fun way to learn some of tried and true methods of communication and persuasion.
If what you do doesn’t match the way you look then how do you change that? This workshop with Charissa Dantas is for you! What you will learn is what to wear vs. what not to wear in business and what you can do to make that killer first impression. This workshop includes a power point presentation, photos, stories, and also tips/tricks on how you can level up your wardrobe.
This workshop with published author, tv personality and NAPA 2018 Top Women Advisor Nicole Corning is a girlfriend’s guide to all things financial. It is an honest and frank discussion about where women are now and what we can do to get us to where we want to be financially.
This interactive session with Gina Beyer will dispel myths, clarify truths and reveal surprising secrets about the hottest trend in personal development. It will give you the opportunity to practice sharpening the most important tool you possess. Bring your mindfulness questions and an open-mind.
This workshop by Civia Tamarkin will discuss constitutional and human rights abuses such as the jailing of women suspected of endangering a fetus or ending a pregnancy, the denial of medical treatment that contradicts church teachings and the refusal of health care to patients whose sexual orientation or gender identity is deemed ‘objectionable’.
This interactive workshop with Beth M Meyer will help you to be strategic in creating change by understanding the role “root causes” play in your moving forward in your leadership and in meeting reasonable goals. You’ll leave this workshop with a strong understanding and knowledge of how to be effectively strategic and how to invest your time and resources.
In this Workshop, Community Activist Jamie Aragon, Community Partnerships Manager with Planned Parenthood Arizona, will explore the intersection of reproductive health, rights and justice. Direct calls to action for advocacy, activism and policy change will be outlined. Jamie has extensive experience with the Abortion Fund of Arizona and Arizona’s TRAP laws, which create barriers for women in need of reproductive services.
Preventive healthcare is the key to maintaining a quality life. In this workshop with Michelle Melchiorre, you’ll learn that Preventive care includes screenings, check-ups, and patient counseling that are used to prevent illness or to detect illness at an early stage when treatment is likely to work best. Getting recommended preventive services and making healthy lifestyle choices are key steps to good health and well-being.
In this workshop with Nina Johnston, teens will learn how to effectively deal with negative and derogatory comments, how to create inner circles of confidence building support, how to be financially independent, and how to write their own mission statement. Workshops are interactive and led by a dynamic group of young high school women along with Mrs. Johnston.
Make sure to Save the Date for April 4th, 2020! Our 2020 Keynote/Featured Speaker is Gina Beyer... you won't want to miss this Event!
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