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4 Sessions: January 23, February 6, 20, March 6 | Time TBC
Taking the Stage® is a powerful program developed by The Humphrey Group Inc. to help women achieve a confident leadership presence.
While the program is traditionally only available to women in large corporations, such as Microsoft and Johnson & Johnson, we are pleased to be able to offer it to aspiring and existing women business owners thanks to generous support from The Humphrey Group.
Taking the Stage® will help you to become a strong, confident leader by teaching you to speak with strength on any ‘stage’– from boardrooms to meeting rooms, from town halls to phone calls. The program has been delivered to over 500,000 women worldwide, making it a global success story!
Spacing is limited and you must apply – only 8 spots available per group!
Do you ever find yourself thinking or feeling “I would love to do that but ”…”?
Join us on January 30 for this FREE webinar and Walk away from this session ready to reclaim your personal power! Find the truth behind your thoughts and explore how to break down barriers and achieve your life-changing goals. Uncover what is blocking you from actually doing what you say you want to do and embrace the shift to accountability and action in all aspects of your life!
In this session you will learn:
Facilitator: Kerrilee Auger, Skills Development Officer, Women’s Enterprise Centre
Panelist: Karen Bowen MA, BA, CACE, Principal/Senior Consultant/Mentor, Manager Know How
Join us on January 30th to get tips and advice from an expert on the Personal Change Formula!
Presented by Women’s Enterprise Centre in partnership with the BLG Driven by Women initiative as part of a three-part presentation series
Learn common styles and approaches to negotiation as well as negotiation tactics and how best to use them to your advantage. Discuss when and how to share information, consider strategies on offers and counteroffers, and learn about interests-based negotiation and BATNAs. We will also consider ethics in negotiation and when, if ever, it is effective to “bluff”. Being able to negotiate well can have a key impact not only on business negotiations but on your personal life and career. Bring your questions for an active discussion at the end.
Presenters: Sarah McEachern and Morgan Baker