3350 Thomas Rd. , Santa Clara, CA
To what extent does your social network affect how your think about yourself and the actions you take on a daily basis? What are the three dominant types of social networks? How can you cultivate your social network to enable greater professional advancement? What effect does this have on your brain, and why does it matter?
If you are in a career transition, wish to achieve more in your career, or are considering starting your own company, this workshop is for you. In this 4-hour workshop, we will go beyond social and emotional intelligence to understand how neuroscience and social science have evolved to help women more effectively navigate our professional lives and to gain a greater sense of well-being and accomplishment.
• The role of a personal leadership vision and the “Positive Emotional Attractor”.
• The neuroscience of resonant professional relationships and the value of psychological safety.
• The characteristics and effects of second-generation gender bias.
• The three types of social networks we encounter in our work.
• The utility of a professional development plan.
*Please fill out this instrument before attending the workshop.*
During this workshop, you will begin to construct your professional development portfolio. All participants are eligible to receive free professional development assessments (valued at approximately $300.00) after the successful completion of the workshop. Your personal profiles will be sent to you within 45 days of the workshop. This workshop is presented to you as part of a doctoral dissertation research study conducted at the University of San Francisco. Participants will be asked to complete assessments at sign-up, during the workshop, and to sign a consent form enabling these data to be used in the study. All data collected are and will remain forever confidential. Please contact Leann Pereira with any questions [masked].