The Structure of Leadership for Women
Monday, December 9 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pmFree
• Find out what is most important about effective leadership for women.
• Understand and practice how to generate more self-confidence and leadership awareness.
• Discover how to effectively create and act on priorities – the key to your success.
• Learn how to predict human dynamics in order to stabilize situations and speed up growth.
Register for this webinar here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Srzwa4kVTuyZeq73d-GCWg
There is a structure to leadership development for women and it begins with you! Your well-being, self-awareness, and commitment to growth is the foundation of your work as a leader. Join this webinar and walk away with new insights, skills and practical advice for facilitating groups and leading productive teams. You’ll be exposed to embodiment techniques to build executive presence, reduce burnout, improve work-life balance, and to cultivate emotional resilience.
If you are a woman in business who wants a bigger vision for your business and yourself join this relaxed and fun interview style webinar for inspiration and empowerment. Plus, you’ll learn about the upcoming Women in Business Leadership Circles forming in Northern California in 2020 that will offer profound support and can catapult you to become a more dynamic, skillful, and happier leader.
Di Strachan, adventurer, and owner of Positive Futures, is an award-winning development consultant, trainer, community change innovator, and inspirational speaker. She has worked with hundreds of leaders and businesses to help them thrive in their personal and professional lives. For the past 25 years Di has provided county, state, and national level development workshops. Di has generated over 1,500 news stories for her clients and two of her projects have won the Governor’s Award for Environmental and Economic Leadership in the area of Innovation for the State of California, and the 2016 Visit California’s Public Relations Poppy Award for “Commitment to Community”. Di loves meeting challenges with others – in business, in communities, and in her personal life. She just returned from a 15-mile swim over 6 days off the coast of Crete where she had plenty of time to contemplate how best to serve the women who will be participating with her in the Leadership Circles.
“Di is a real mover, motivator, and draws out potential from each person.”