The East Bay Women's Network (EBWN) was founded in 1989 with the mission to create a meeting space where professional business women gather for support and share ideas to foster success.
Since our inception, we have supported success in women from all walks of life:
• women in corporate America
• professional business women
• women owned small businesses
• entrepreneurial women
• women in non-profit organizations
Our goal has been the same: support women to achieve the success they desire.
We do this through:
• Monthly meetings
• Inspiring speakers
• Leadership opportunities
• Online and in-person visibility for our members
We are a membership based organization, with annual dues. Guests are welcome to attend our monthly luncheon events held the first Wednesday of every month. We encourage you to be a part of an organization the believes in your success as a woman! Because women are true givers, we also pride ourselves in raising funds to give to non-profit organizations that help the future of our community. We create a lifetime of strong leaders and a legacy you will want to be a part!
RSVP FOR THE MAY 1ST LUNCH & LEARN! at www.ebwn.org Be In the Room to network and meet fabulous business women.
Sylvia High, Founder and CEO of Aiming High Inc., panelist on Oprah’s “The Life You Want Tour” moves center stage at the next EBWN meeting in May. Sylvia will guide us through a skillset for Enrollment — the stage of a business relationship where your client is open to the possibility of the sale… where you can invite another human to take action to align with you in a common vision.
Ms. High has determined that without polished enrollment skills, it’s difficult to impossible to obtain enough clients or the right partners. So sign up for May and polish your presentation with Sylvia and her proven, practical and repeatable steps:
1) Be fully authentic and present with engaged curiosity.
2) Ask potential clients or colleagues the right questions to get the highest and best yield of nuanced answers.
3) Listen in a way that builds buy-in and turns potential clients or partners into committed ones.
At the end of a great enrollment conversation, potential clients or partners who fit your offerings are much more likely to say “yes” to your offerings, while those who don’t fit your particular skills and mission will gracefully weed themselves out.