NY, NY (PRWEB) May 02, 2013
WOMEN Unlimited, an influential thought leader on women executives and leadership, is hosting a live Twitter Chat to discuss principles from Sheryl Sandberg’s best-selling book, Lean In, and explore how WOMEN Unlimited’s programs support women learning to apply these lessons in real life.
Sheryl Sandberg’s Lean In is undoubtedly the business book of the year. As COO of Facebook with a track record of startling success, Sandberg has both the experience and the clout to advise women at all levels on how to “lean in” for going all the way in their careers.
As an organization that has been helping women learn how to “lean in” for over 19 years, WOMEN Unlimited understands the impact and influence this message has on today’s businesswomen. WOMEN Unlimited’s leadership development programs delve into important lessons, including assessing your impact, taking risks through decision making, and thinking of excellence rather than perfection.
The chat, which will be held on Tuesday, May 21st at 1PM EST, is open to current WOMEN Unlimited participants and alumnae, as well as the public. To participate in the WOMEN Unlimited Twitter Chat, members of the organization and all interested parties should follow @womenunlimited_ and tweet with the hashtag, #WUIchat. Participants can register for the chat on the EventBrite listing.
About the Sponsor
WOMEN Unlimited Inc., is a professional organization dedicated to the development of high potential women leaders. Through its TEAM, LEAD and The FEW programs, WOMEN Unlimited has brought success to over 160 corporate partners and the more than 8500 participants it has sponsored for its programs. These outstanding results are rooted in the three unique programs for women supervisors and managers viewed as high-potential performers by their companies. These programs continually attract the brightest and best corporations and individuals because WOMEN Unlimited’s underlying strategy of combining mentoring, education and networking is a perfect fit for today's highly complex global environment.