Irvine, Calif. (PRWEB) January 12, 2012
WHAT: “The Iron Lady” (in theaters nationwide Jan. 13) tells the story of Margaret Thatcher, who transformed herself from a smart woman with little presence into a powerhouse prime minister, in part by changing her voice, style, and way of carrying herself.
The HBA SoCal Chapter will present “The Charisma Edge: The Simple Secret to Turning on Your Leadership Power” with guest speaker Cynthia Burnham, MBA, to help women look, act, and feel more powerful, connect more quickly with important people around them, and become more inspiring. At this can’t-miss event, Burnham will describe the neuroscience of confidence, and use quick, fun exercises to allow participants to experience the full range of their personal presence.
WHY: “Charisma is a learnable skill—not simply a gift for the favored few—and is a way of focusing your behavior and attitude for greatest impact and connection,” Burnham said. “Charisma is also what separates the merely competent from the supremely capable. Margaret Thatcher did it, and so can leaders and managers in companies.”
WHO: Burnham is a leadership consultant and former Wall Street senior vice president, and the author of “The Charisma Edge: A How-To Guide for Turning On Your Leadership Power.” She has been called “riveting” and “life-altering” by those who have heard her speak. Her expertise is based on more than 30 years of successful independent and corporate business experience, where she discovered that leadership charisma is a learnable skill, combining a commanding presence, an understanding of corporate politics and realties, and a deep commitment to helping others bring out what is best and most powerful in themselves.
WHEN: Thursday, Jan. 19, 2012, 5–8 p.m.
WHERE: Brandman University, 16355 Laguna Canyon Road, Irvine, CA
DETAILS: Members of the media are invited to attend. Please contact Barbara Sullivan at 714/374–6174 or firstname.lastname@example.org for a complimentary press pass.
ABOUT HBA: The HBA is a global, not-for-profit organization dedicated to furthering the advancement of women in the healthcare and life sciences industries. The HBA provides educational opportunities to develop cutting-edge healthcare industry knowledge and leadership skills; recognizes outstanding women in the industry; provides opportunities for networking; creates greater visibility for women in the industry; fosters mentoring relationships; and serves as a conduit for research on career advancement issues. HBA has more than 6,000 individual members and 130 corporate partners. For more information, visit http://www.hbanet.org.
For Information Contact:
Sullivan & Associates