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Personal Leadership Strategies to Elevate Women Higher
November 29, 2017 @ 11:30 am - 2:00 pm
Women TIES December Greater Albany Event “Personal Leadership Strategies to Elevate Women Higher”
Reservations due: November 27
$30.00 (Member Rate)
$35.00 (Non Member Rate)
If you haven’t felt it, it has been the year of women – women speaking up , women marching, women committed more deeply to female causes. More women have elevated themselves in business, community and life. What we are seeing is women embracing personal leadership with a focus on feminine choices in life and business. No longer can women deny the solidarity and strength of being connected to women in all things important to them. This doesn’t mean we don’t need and want men in our lives, it means we give ourselves permission to dive deeper into choices that can elevate us to stronger personal leadership in our own lives because we are women.
At the Women TIES December Albany/Saratoga Luncheon, “Personal Leadership Strategies to Elevate Women Higher,” leadership expert Gayle LaSalle, LaSalle Consulting & Training, will deliver an inspirational presentation to motivate women to embrace and engage in more unique, stronger personal leadership in their professional and personal lives. 2018 is the year to finally step into what we have always wanted to accomplish and it begins knowing what motivates us and then saying yes to new opportunities. You do not want to miss this special presentation to help you form deeper thoughts and actions for a new year.
This event is partially sponsored by the New York Women’s Business Center who provides education, counseling and support for women entrepreneurs in 23 counties around New York State. Learn more at www.nywbc.org.
If you want to promote your company or services for the holiday or 2018, contact the Women TIES office for details. 315-708-4288.
About the Presenter
“It is my goal, my mission and my passion to help others realize their ability to make choices and allow themselves to thrive, rather than simply survive.” Gayle LaSalle