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.

Power of Women Leadership Series

Leadership Series Unleashes the Power of Women

The first-ever Cedar Crest College Power of Women Leadership Series seminar was held on January 31, and the sold-out program was a rousing success.

The participants—women at every career level and from approximately two dozen regional businesses and organizations—listened intently to speakers Jo Miller, CEO of Women’s Leadership Coaching, and Diane Moyer, Ph.D., Cedar Crest College professor and Olympic field hockey medalist, as they provided a wealth of techniques for women to advance in their careers and their lives.

Check out our photo gallery from the program, the first in a series of five dynamic seminars this year.

Tag yourself in our facebook gallery.

Read the press release about this event.