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Nov 4 – WIE(VR) Workshop on How Smart Women Energize Their Career and Life

WIE(VR) – Women in Engineering (Vancouver Region) in collaboration with SCWIST is hosting a workshop on “How Smart Women Energize Their Career and Life”, Thursday November 4th, 2010

Presented by Lisa Martin, Owner of Lisa Martin International, Maximizing Talent to Achieve Outrageous Outcomes!

Lisa Martin is the creator of the innovative talent maximization concept (the topic of her forthcoming book with Alan Weiss), which is a simple, clear, one-of-a-kind blueprint to help organizations outperform the competition in the race for top talent.  She mentors rising stars, helping them leverage the kaleidoscope effect in order to achieve stellar results and spectacular careers.

An experienced executive coach, Lisa has been a trusted advisor to many leaders in organizations, including GEICO, IBM and Time Warner Cable.

Having founded and then sold a highly successful public relations agency to a leading national firm early in her career, Lisa also brings a seasoned business and communications perspective to her clients.  Over the years, she has helped clients like Merck, Nintendo and Bell build brand awareness, influence public opinion and communicate change initiatives.

Lisa is a co-founder of the Progressive Employers of Canada List, a member of the Vancouver Board of Trade Women’s Leadership Circle Advisory Council, a past nominee of the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award (2005) and a past president of the Canadian Public Relations Society – BC Chapter (1993).

How Smart Women Energize Their Career and Life

This session coaches individuals to discover the tools and take the steps to excel personally and professionally.

Having successfully coached thousands of individuals to maximize their effectiveness, Lisa Martin, leads this high-energy and interactive program to empower participants to uncover their own solutions to master time on their terms, prioritize their priorities, reduce their stress and increase their energy.

Participants will:

1) Assess what energizes and what drains them
2) Learn how to prioritize their priorities
3) Determine how to move from being “bad-busy” to being “good-busy”

Sign up for this great workshop on November 4th and learn how to energize your life and career!

Presentation Details

Date: Thursday, November 4th, 2010
Time: 6:30-9:30pm,  workshop starts at 7pm
Place: YWCA, Welch room 1&2, 535 Hornby Street, Vancouver BC
Map: http://tinyurl.com/ywca-vancouver
Cost: $8 in advance or $10 at the door
Registration: send an email to engineeringwomen@gmail.com to indicate your attendance

Sandwiches, snacks, and hot and cold beverages will be provided.

For more information visit, www.wievr.ca, or email engineeringwomen@gmail.com

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