We are what we think about all day long… and what are you thinking about all day long that impacts your confidence? Often our “Inner Critic” (IC) is leading the discussion - and we are not even aware of it! The IC is one of the most prevalent and restraining forces in people’s lives, and it is part of our culture. What isn’t a part of our culture is the knowledge of how to replace the IC habit with a confidence-building habit.
It is time for that to change! In this interactive session, Joan Worthington, a dynamic technology leader, who knows confidence is vital to success both professionally and personally, will work with event attendees to look at what is taking place and discuss how to develop their confidence muscle in a powerful, engaging way.
Come prepared to learn, have fun, and drive-away some old beliefs while building new beliefs. You’ll leave the room more confident than when you came in, and you will take away many useful tips to continue the confidence-muscle-building momentum on your own!
About Joan Worthington: Joan Worthington lives to have fun in technology while she makes an impact – a positive impact on organizations and individuals. Joan is a Senior Manager at HireVue, a disruptive software company helping organizations like UnderArmour, Urban Outfitter, General Electric, and hundreds more hire and develop their teams, capitalizing on video technology, predicative analytics and personal interactions.
Ms. Worthington's career in technology and leadership also includes: Technology Fellow at the Securities and Exchange Commission and Vice President of Technology for Davis Calibration, then the largest calibration company in North America.
Joan spent many years as an adjunct professor at The Johns Hopkins University, specializing in leadership development, and is a certified business coach. Joan’s business coaching focuses on women in technology, helping clients expand their possibilities and have fun while doing it!
* - Walk-ins will be accepted at the door until event capacity is reached.
Thursday, February 25, 2016
6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. EST