Held as a Part of Crain’s Small Business Week

Dynamic Online Networking Event including educational talks designed specifically for women seeking guidance & support in pursuit of success in themselves and their careers as women leaders. Participants will enjoy lively, enlightening education from business and leadership experts and be provided opportunities for brainstorming personal concerns/questions related to the topics discussed.

ADMISSION FEE: $10 Early Bird*

http://networkofentrepreneurialwomen.com/sbw2017/

*Early Bird Registration ends April 15

$15 After April 15

WHEN:

Wednesday, May 2, from 11:00am – 4:30pm.

Speakers will include:

Tamika Miller, (http://millersmithllc.com) “How to Conquer the Business Overwhelm:  5 strategic ways to legally protect and expand your business all at the same time ”

This is a presentation where I give 5 strategies advising business owners on how they can conquer the business overwhelm involved in expanding their business, while at the same time protecting it legally. I go into strategies that speak to the business structure and formation, to the decision to hire contractors v. employees to making sure the materials in the business i.e. logo, website and collateral is protected at all times. My presentation is to rip away the legalese and give the participants the legal business concepts in a plain language format. I intend to give all the participants a checklist to take away that can assist them moving forward.

Tamika R. Miller is a partner with Miller Smith, LLC, where she focuses her practice in the areas of business counseling, civil litigation handling personal injury and business lawsuits, and  criminal defense. Tamika is a public speaker, speaking at different events among being a re-occurring presenter for NBI, National Business Institute. National Business Institute is one of the leading companies in providing legal continuing education training.

Andrea Herran, (http://focushr.biz/) “How to Work and Get Along with Anyone”

You have to work with other people – either as a boss, peer, or client – to be successful. Learn the best way to adapt your style to be able to work and get along with anyone. No quizzes or test taking necessary. The only tools you need are your eyes and ears; learn how to use them in a unique way to gain the results you want and need.

Andrea Herran is the Founder and Principal of Focus HR Consulting. Andrea developed a passion for Human Resources and Leadership from the beginning of her career. One thing she noticed about working with people is you see the good, bad and the ugly from managers and employees. Overcoming the bad and ugly was a challenge she would take on and learning from the good and great made a lasting impression on Andrea. She bring those learning to her clients and team each day.

Susan Bruce, (http://susanthebruce.blogspot.com/) “Now That You’ve Found Your Voice: Tools To Make Sure It Is Heard”

The need for women’s voices in media remains urgent, but what’s the best media outlet for your voice? Never have there been more new options, but traditional outlets remain some of the strongest -and most important – tools available for making yourself heard in the modern mediasphere. Learn tips and receive invaluable advice from one of the most confident and passionate women in media today, while learning how to use these tools to better follow your own path to leadership.

Writer, Blogger, Gadfly; Susan Bruce is a writer and talk radio personality on “The Attitude with Arnie Arnesen” on WNHN-FM. Susan Bruce is also the producer of Arnie’s radio show, and the manager of WNHN FM LP, a low power community radio station in Concord, NH.  A researcher for State House Watch, Susan Bruce also writes a newspaper column for the Conway Daily Sun, as well as her own lively political blog.

Dr Grace Scrimgeour “What research tells us about women in business, and how you can use it.”

There is a wealth of research relating to women in business, showing the difficulties they face and the strengths they bring to business. Did you know, for example, that women earn, on average, the same as men with one degree of education less than them? There has been a lot of publicity about Sheryl Sandberg’s book. ‘Lean In’, but do her experiences really reflect those of the majority of women in business? This talk will discuss a few key findings from (mainly) sociological research on women and work, and suggest how you can learn the lessons of these findings and use them to improve your own situation at work.

Grace Scrimgeour worked for many years in the not-for-profit and community sectors advising and supporting unemployed and homeless people in the UK, before studying for a PhD in sociology at Loyola University Chicago, specializing in the study of work and gender. She has taught undergraduates for over a decade, and is now back in the UK, working for an organization that supports unpaid caregivers.

ADMISSION FEE: $10 Early Bird*

http://networkofentrepreneurialwomen.com/sbw2017/

*Early Bird Registration ends April 15

$15 After April 15

WHEN:

Wednesday, May 2, from 11:00am – 4:30pm.

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