Make the Most
of a Conference

Network–Approach someone standing alone; find out what she does, why she’s there and what you have in common, then exchange business cards.

Have a purpose–Networking isn’t just about building relationships; if someone can help you in a specific way, ask for it.

Tweet tweet–Fire up that Twitter account and monitor the conference in real time; it’s a great way to connect with people.

Women's Leadership Institute

A message from the Women’s Leadership Institute

To all of the women who have joined us in 2013 for a Power Up seminar, you are cordially invited to a special reception January 30 2014, 3 p.m. - 7 p.m. at Cedar Crest College. All seminar speakers are invited, all registrants are invited and those of us from the Women’s Leadership Institute will be there so that we will have a chance to network and enjoy wine, cheese, and conversation.

We are pleased to announce the success of our Power UP series.

Everyone enjoyed the inaugural "The Power and Influence of Leadership Development" in January, 2013 (see video here); "The Power of Whole Brain Communication" in April, 2013 (see video here); "The Power of Positive Social Change" in July, 2013; "The Power of a 2-year, 10-year Career Plan" in September, 2013; and the last seminar of the five part series in November, 2013: “The Power of Running Your Own Business or a High Performance Team.”

Join the Women Leadership Institute’s first seminar of the new year and discover how to identify your leadership strengths and cultivate a leadership presence that is valued by your organization. You will have the opportunity to examine the five steps to attract high profile projects that showcase your leadership talents. Leave with a personal plan to solidify your presence as a leader moving forward.

We are looking forward to seeing you. For your convenience register right here.


Arlene M. Peltola