POSTPONED-Women In Tech: Lunch & Learn

POSTPONED-Women In Tech: Lunch & Learn

Tuesday, March 24, 2020 12:00pm to 1:00pm

This is an invitation for us women leaders and entrepreneurs to get together to explore a new cultural and leadership shift that is slowly happening now all over the world.

Our problems today as leaders vary between technical (sales, finance, product..), people management and our personal leadership challenges. In the pressure of everyday stress, we focus on the technical issues, we attempt to tackle people's challenges through HR policies while we completely ignore ourselves as leaders. 
Companies can never grow beyond the consciousness of their leaders.

The new business dynamics favors the feminine! We as women entrepreneurs and CEOs have innate qualities that allow us to more naturally create environments that allows people to co-create, co-own, innovate and have fun while our businesses thrive. 
Can you use this to shift your professional life to a more balanced and joyful place rather than a life of stress and burn-out? Are your teams,  suppliers, and partners an asset or a liability? Are you a victim or are you creating these dynamics unconsciously?

How can you thrive in today’s economy by implementing a new model of leadership? 
Can you shift your organizational culture to expand your potential, your team’s potential and grow jointly as humans and professionals?

 Nada Khorchid

Over 20 years of experience in the technology domain with various executive roles. A successful track record in building a startup and scaling it up to become a market player in the technology domain achieving profitability in 5 years, building local and international alliances, as well as managing and coaching a diversified team to launch new technology products and services and enter new geographical markets.

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