Over the last several months, everyone, everywhere, has lost someone or something. Everyone is suffering on some level. People have lost their lives or livelihood. The virus continues to spread and impact millions. No one is without some level of risk to their physical, financial or emotional wellbeing.
The global situation is a shared experience. There are lessons to be learned and opportunities to reclaim your relevance, resilience and remarkableness.
Join us in this webinar to explore how we do that, together!
***As an added bonus, Sharon Lachow-Blumberg is offering all PWN members who attend this session, a complementary conversation to explore tangible, easy and practical ways to remain relevant, resilient and remarkable. ***READ MORE
Have you ever wondered how much impact language has on the way that you think? Have you ever realized that language plays an important part in your life experiences? In this Module of our Virtual Entrepreneurship Program, you will discover how important language is in shaping your experiences an...READ MORE
Within 60 minutes, we’ll say ‘hello’, have two rounds of networking exchanges and finish with a Q&A session. And don’t worry about being shy or not knowing what to say: we’ll provide each group with a small deck of questions to spark the conversation and get it flowing. We think it’ll be rea...READ MORE
Is it confidence you need to advance in your career and navigate career challenges? Most people seem to think so. Many professional women feel lack of confidence is keeping them back. But is it really a lack of confidence? Or is it just a different style? Find out how to be perceived as a self-...READ MORE
Confidence is an attractive and necessary quality to succeed in business, relationships, and life. But, it is a subjective and, sometimes, misunderstood characteristic. From the painfully shy to the arrogantly over-confident, have you ever wondered what makes people think and feel the way they do...READ MORE
There is no doubt that the future of work, and life, has been revolutionised by the challenges we have experienced in 2020. The important questions to ask are: How is it evolving, and how are we all responding to it? It’s clear that we all need to make adjustment to our relationships in both th...READ MORE