Seattle, Washington (PRWEB) July 30, 2012
Is it true that feminine traits are coming into vogue for the success of business? Do skills of intuition, empathy and collaboration affect the bottom line?
Dede Henley, Consultant and CEO of The Henley Leadership Group says, “Yes.” A champion for the “feminine” in business, Henley says that “competing with others isn’t her (a woman’s) first urge, being an insightful leader people trust is.” And since the downturn in the economy, trust is becoming the name of the game for building relationships that make money. Communication that builds trust is where a woman’s natural way of working, and living, brings her to the forefront of leadership.
WBE is all about expanding the wisdom, influence and leadership of women in the workplace, whether they are in business for themselves of part of a larger organization. “It is the balance of male and female that creates the best outcome in all situations and with more women holding key leadership roles we can realize this balance and its ensuing success,” says Victoria Likes, President of WBE.
If you’re about growing the future of women in business, this event is for you. Come light your leadership fire!
September 13, 2012
6:00 - 9:00 pm; cocktail hour 6:00-7:00 pm, 7:00-9:00 dinner and program
Women's University Club
1105 6th Avenue Seattle, WA 98101
The evening includes live music, wine and cocktails and a fabulous 3-course dinner. Professional business attire.
More about WBE:
WBE is a not-for-profit organization with an educational mission. We are run almost exclusively by volunteer members, with a program that brings powerful speakers to the podium and leadership to the table.
What WBE Provides:
o Monthly breakfast events featuring influential speakers who provide insights, inspiration and information on important topics along with networking opportunities.
o Classes and workshops.
o Leadership, volunteering, scholarship and mentoring programs to increase visibility and showcase expertise.
WBE Service and Offerings:
o We provide a forum for more meaningful conversations about important working women's issues and concerns
o We provide business and career education and networking opportunities for all working women
o We provide opportunities to develop skills, expand perspectives and grow professionally through our volunteering and mentorship programs
o We donate membership, event and program scholarships for women in need
o We offer a supportive community and friendship to help women achieve their own personal and professional transformation
WBE was founded in 1979 by Donna Nunn as a means to help working women develop better business and management skills at a time when women were still new to the professional workforce. Her approach—as unique then as it is now—was based on the belief that women are most successful when inspired by models of success and when empowered to bring their whole selves into their careers and businesses.
Three decades later, WBE continues to offer working women safe harbor, friendship, fresh perspectives, and the opportunity for business and professional growth. We believe that our work at WBE—and the success of working women in America—is as critical and relevant today, as it has always been.