Print Page  |  Contact Us  |  Sign In  |  Join
NEW Deep Dive Career Self-Management Workshop
View Registrations Tell a Friend About This EventTell a Friend
 

10/13/2009 to 10/14/2009
When: October 14, 2009
8:00 am - 3:30 pm
Where: Sheraton Dallas Hotel
400 North Olive Street
Dallas, Texas  75201
United States
Contact: Ms Anna Duran Martinez

« Go to Upcoming Event List  

Network members are invited to expand their career potential at NEW's Deep Dive Into Career Self-Management workshop in Dallas.  The one-day career course is designed to help senior-level executives and emerging leaders of both genders understand their work styles and that of others; maximize their working relationships; improve on-the-job communications; increase team work and productivity; and help attendees build strong mentor partnerships.
 
Prior to the program attendees will take a Birkman Workstyle Assessment to measure their work style strengths and blind spots.  Participants will use the results during the session to gain insight into current career issues and craft mentoring objectives to address them.  They will "discover how work styles impact work effectiveness, how to identify appropriate mentors, and how to maximize mentoring relationships."

The course is limited to the first 20 individuals who apply.  The registration fee includes meals, networking breaks, course materials and the Birkman Analysis -- a $3,000 value.

Facilitator Sandra Bushby Certified Birkman analyst and trainer

Workshop includes
Birkman Workstyle Assessment and pre-work must be completed by September 14, 2009
 
Registration fee
$595  per person
 
Who should attend
Emerging leaders and executives
Members and non-members
Men and women
Professionals

Attire
Business

Cancellation and Refund policy
No refunds within 14 business days of the event or if you already completed the Birkman Workstyle Assessment.
100% refund September 23, 2009 (unless  Birkman Workstyle Assessment is completed).

 

Anti-trust policy
Participants must abide by the Network of Executive Women's Anti-trust policy.
 
 
 
  

FacebookTwitterYouTubeLinkedInNEW Connections