WOMEN IN ENGINEERING LEADERSHIP webinar
IN THIS WEBINAR WE EXPLORED:
The challenges women face
The strengths women bring to leadership positions
Strategies to help navigate the challenges
Ways to leverage strengths effectively
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Debbie Pearmain – One Stop HR, is a Human Resources Consultant with experience in Leadership Development, Developing Workplace Culture, Employee Engagement and Developing High Performing workplace teams. Debbie has worked with CEOs and leadership teams for over 25 years at more than 250 companies and has been passionately supporting her clients to develop healthy, engaging and productive workplaces that inspire leaders and their employees.
She has been facilitating organizational and leadership transformation projects with Accenture, Global Knowledge, LHH Knightsbridge, TEC, and Morneau Shepell. Debbie is an excellent facilitator, coach and strategic thinker. She helps clients view problems as opportunities for growth and change and creates breakthrough strategies that help people and organizations achieve their full potential.
WEBINARS FOR WOMEN IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY SPRING 2020
Women in business and leadership positions face a unique set of challenges as we seek to integrate our work and life dreams and responsibilities. It is important for us to come together as a community and discuss these challenges together so we can support, encourage and empower one another.
The Advancing Women in Engineering and Technology Project has designed a unique set of webinars to support women in engineering and technology. Each webinar will address an important topic and there will be opportunities to discuss openly, problem solve together and learn new tools to help women navigate the engineering and technology landscape effectively.
Our project webinars are always free. We hope you will join us over the next couple of months!
The current scheduled webinars will take place from 8:00 – 9:00 am PST, every 2 weeks and will kick off on Tuesday May 26. If you are unable to attend, Vimeo recordings will be available on our website.