Here is the Women at the Top®schedule of events. Don’t forget to bookmark this page as we will be updating this information frequently!
January 20, 2016/12 noon CDT - Author Interview - Susan Packard (FR*EE) The New Rules of the Game: 10 Strategies for Women in the Workplace
This 45 minute call will feature an interview with Susan Packard, author of New Rules of the Game: 10 Strategies for Women in the Workplace. During our call, Susan discusses how to how to cultivate gamesmanship—a strategic way of thinking regularly seen in the video game and sports worlds—and most often among men—that develops creativity, focus, optimism, teamwork, and competitiveness. You’ll learn the Ten Rules of Gamesmanship and how to use them effectively. (Learn More)
January 28, 2016/12 noon CDT - Webinar - Regina Barr ($49/FR*EE for WATT® Members)POSTPONED
Success with Less Stress™; includes assessment
Join us as Regina Barr, Founder of Women at the Top® Network, discusses how to identify your stressors and how to develop a game plan to overcome this stress.
February 9, 2016/12 noon CDT - Webinar - Regina Barr ($25 Non-members/FR*EE for WATT® Members) Registration Closed Influence Strategies: What Successful Leaders Need to Know!™
Today’s leader is often in a position of influence, rather than power, whether you realize it or not. The ability for you to affect others’ actions, decisions, opinions or thinking will be your most critical key to leadership success no matter what your role in the organization.
•Learn how to use personal/ positional power to your advantage
•Identify your persuasive abilities
•Understand barriers to influencing others
•Learn how you can become more influential
Join us as Regina Barr, founder of Women At the Top®, discusses practical tips, self-assessments, and an influence model, you will develop the self-awareness and skills for leading so others will follow.
February 24, 2016/12 noon CDT - Author Interview - Jennifer Kern Collins (FR*EE) Register Here
The Drama-Free Way: A Thought-Management Guide to Navigating Chaos and Thriving
Join us for this informational 45 minute interview as Jennifer shares the internal thought patterns and energetic states that create drama, individually and collectively. With real stories of journeys out of drama addiction with a practical approach for intentional thinking and authentic thriving, Jennifer shows her readers a new way of living that can make life easier, more fun, and more fulfilling. (Learn More)