At this highly anticipated MadWomen event, Caroline Wanga, Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer and VP of Human Resources at Target, led us in a timely conversation around individual identities and our accountability in caring for our own identity intersections, as well as those of others.
As we go through our careers, we all experience the pressures of needing to succeed, over-achieve and exude the attitude that we can do it all; after all, Rosie is our hero. But the reality is that we are human, and the pressures we put on ourselves eventually do catch up with us. At this very special MadWomen event, speakers shared experiences, exercises and meditation techniques to remind us that self-care isn’t a special treat, rather a necessity to keep our minds and our bodies sound.
Whether it’s pitching a potential new client or introducing yourself at a networking event, how we present information can make more of an impression than the information itself. That’s why I wanted to attend the Speaker's Edge presentation skills workshop. Just like any other skill, being a good presenter takes practice and, no matter how good you are, there’s always room for improvement.
We're addicted to being busy. Busy = important. Not busy = lazy. This mindset drives us to fill every minute of every day, but often leaves our bodies and minds completely drained.
MPLS MadWomen is excited to offer The Speaker's Edge presentation skills workshop, facilitated by Shawn Judge!
Join us as we celebrate the talented female makers of the Twin Cities!