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Quietly Powerful Women's Introductory Event - Sydney
Description

It is difficult enough being a professional woman, especially working in male dominated organisations. It is doubly hard when we are naturally more introverted because most workplaces favour extroversion. Do you ever feel like you have this double disadvantage? If you haven't already, please see my articles: The Double glazed glass ceiling, Are you 'covering' your quieter self? and Introversion is not a disorder and femininity does not equal weak.

What would it take for you to be heard, get your talents recognised and succeed on your own terms as a quieter professional woman? What if you didn't have to feel like you need to fake being an extrovert? As a quieter professional myself, I'd like to share some key insights from my successes, mistakes and learnings.

During this event, over a light breakfast/lunch we will explore:

  • The challenges for quieter professional women in the workplace
  • The path to being quietly powerful, some tips to get you started
  • Further opportunities to connect and grow

 

Date/Time

Friday 21st April, 7:30-9:00am AND 12:00-1:30pm

 

Venue

Haymarket HQ - 2/63 Dixon St, Haymarket 

 

Price

$79 per person

Early bird $69 till 31st March


 

Contact Details:

m: +61 407 323 032
e: support@megumimiki.com
w: www.megumimiki.com

Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/in/megumimiki