BOSTON, MASSACHUSETSS, US —Women in Agribusiness Europe announced a Career Acceleration Workshop — a new, one-day event to be held virtually on March 29.
“We have tailored this event around the request of our European audience, where the call for professional development, career advancement and strategic planning discussions are high on the list of needs for women in the sector,” said Joy O’Shaughnessy, chief operating officer for HighQuest Partners, the company hosting the event. “We invite all women in agribusiness to attend this focused workshop that will succinctly pinpoint the steps required to advance one’s career.”
The five-hour workshop will be led by the women’s development group, Leading Women, under the direction of their speaker on inclusive leadership development and gender dynamics, Chief Executive Officer Kelly Primus. Leading Women utilizes proprietary research in talent development and gender dynamics as the basis for customizing and delivering innovative solutions, unique insights, actionable tools, and a business focus for various women’s, manager’s and corporate skill set needs.
Topics at the workshop include:
- The Career Advice You Probably Didn’t Get — Leading Women’s research has identified the nine critical differentiators for moving from middle into senior and executive positions. What are they? This session will reveal them as well as introduce “The Missing 33%™” of the career success equation for women.
- Think Like a CEO — Here participants will learn the four key business outcomes that executives monitor and understand how their work drives these outcomes.
- PIE: Strategic Mentoring — There is a difference between CAKE and PIE mentoring. This session explains that, and which to use to be most successful in one’s career.
- Strategic Relationships for Business Success — Leading Woman’s senior consultant Dr. Usha Pillai presents six tools for cultivating strong internal and external relationships and utilizing them to grow one’s career.
Registration for this information-packed virtual workshop is $250 but will rise after the early bird rate ends on Jan. 29. This event is meant for live participation and will not be recorded. Visit Women in Agribusiness Europe Career Acceleration Workshop for full details.