Sassy Saboteurs: Women in the Workplace

Feb 5, 2014, 6:30 PM
Community Room. Hillsboro Main Library. 2850 NE Brookwood Parkway. Hillsboro.

"How Women Lose Confidence, Power and Profit by Five Communication Missteps" lecture by Lea McLeod, founder and CEO of LeaMcLeod.com and author of "The Resume Coloring Book."



“Sassy Saboteurs: How Women Lose Confidence, Power and Profit by Five Communication Missteps”

Learn how women can project confidence and competence with adjustments to verbal communication and body language in this presentation by Lea McLeod, founder and CEO of LeaMcLeod.com and author of The Resume Coloring Book.

Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2014
6:30 to 8:30 p.m.
Hillsboro Main Library, 2850 NE Brookwood Parkway, Hillsboro, Community Room

Free and open to the public. Refreshments to follow.

Sponsored by American Association of University Women-Hillsboro/Forest Grove Branch and Pacific University’s Center for Gender Equity

The presentation will cover the five major mistakes women make:

•       Dialogue Dysentery

•       The Sorry Syndrome

•       Conversations Spanks

•       Impact Laxatives and

•       Noodly Non-Verbals

Lea McLeod is a former Fortune 15 executive and founder of The Job Success Lab, a 12-month live and online career coaching program to help employees discover their power at work. She pens the Employee Advocate Column for The Daily Muse online. She’s also just published The Resume Coloring Book for job seekers. You can connect with her at LeaMcLeod.com and on Twitter @LeaMcLeod!

laurelgregory@live.com

 

 


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