Become more successful in your career with this workshop designed to enhance your leadership skills.
Archive for February 2008
During the summer of 2005, I traveled around Vietnam with my friend Mary. We started off in Old Saigon and worked our way along the coast, via beach resorts, to the northern city of Hanoi. We had plans to travel from Hanoi to Sapa, a small village on the border between Vietnam and China. Our […]
Network and learn about wine in a fun and relaxing environment.
Legal Week brings you another thought-provoking, interactive and highly enjoyable programme that will confront the challenges of this evolving industry.
Contributed by Pamela Capalad In the last ten years, there has been a growing trend among women in finance. The number of Hispanic women taking high-powered roles in the business and financial sectors has increased significantly. Since 1997, the number of Hispanic-owned businesses has grown 82 percent, making it one of the “fastest growing business […]
The Gender Agenda is a national event to bring together Opportunity Now Members and Non Members to discuss latest research and current issues.
This two-day workshop featuring Jo Miller, CEO of Women’s Leadership Coaching, will focus on extending your power and influence as a technical woman through increased organizational awareness, negotiation techniques, strategies to increase your visibility, and influence techniques to increase buy in for your ideas.
Learn more about female networking advantages and how to win access and trust at the highest levels.
On Tuesday morning, February 26, 2008, the Women’s Executive Circle of New York (WECNY) held a kick-off event to launch their seminal research report, “2007 New York Census: The State of Women Business Leaders in New York State.” The research study examined the number of women serving on boards of directors and as high-level executives […]
A few weeks ago, we ran a story about the Pace Law School New Directions program for lawyers returning to practice after taking some time off. It turns out that a similar program exists for women returning to careers in finance. Sponsored by Goldman Sachs, the program is also called New Directions. The Goldman Sachs […]