Welcome to the 2020 WIC Lunch & Learn Series...
Come enjoy lunch and join like-minded people within the Construction Industry to listen and learn. Each series will have a different topic to speak on and experts to offer information and takeaways.
This WIC will be via Webinar available to both Women & Men!!
Karen Bowen, keynote speaker with Manager Know How!! Listen to Karen's presentation
When: Thursday April 16th, 2020 @ 12:30pm
*The link to the webinar will be in the Event Registration email you receive shortly after registering.
Investment: Free to members and $15 for non-members
Topic: How to Thrive & Survive in this New Normal
In a short time frame the working world has been turned upside down, and navigating the new reality of working from home, working alone (or not!), and staying productive can be challenging. As a “solo-prenuer”/remote worker myself, I get the struggle of staying focused when distractions (laundry, meals, kids, pets, partners, etc) are constant. Add in the current COVID context and it creates further complexity to balance as we worry about loved ones, try to practice social responsibility and get bombarded with relentless media coverage, much of it negative. The good news is you CAN survive, get things done and stay a valuable contributor. In this session we will focus on practical tools and techniques you can implement immediately to be productive including the three keys to transitioning your work life: Managing Yourself, Managing Your Work, and Keeping Accountability. Learn about task prioritization, why you procrastinate, and leverage your personal “prime time” to get things done!
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Karen Bowen, Manager Know How!
Karen owns ManagerKnowHow, a firm specializing in leadership curriculums and interventional organizational development services. She is also a Senior Partner with EQ Development Group which specializes in Emotional Intelligence. Masters educated with 25+ years of experience, Karen believes that sustainable organizational results center around People, Process, and Possibility. Translating a somewhat mysterious world of personal and organizational values, emotional intelligence, leadership skills, team dynamics, and culture change into metrics, measurable trends, concrete strategy and practical objectives is a unique skill that Karen brings to her work. Practicing a holistic approach to leadership; Karen connects mindfulness, conscious choice, solid human system theory and practical action.