Women Make Manufacturing Move – Luncheon

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Originally Aired - Wednesday, September 14 12:30 PM - 3:00 PM Central

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Location: South Building, Grand Ballroom S100 A&B

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Title: Women Make Manufacturing Move – Luncheon


Rosie the Riveter, meet Rosie 4.0. Hear from industry thought leaders with action-ready tips to improve company culture, invigorate your personal brand, and empower the next generation of female leaders and innovators. Includes keynote and interactive speakers, plus lunch, networking, and access to exhibits.

Improving Company Culture - Lisa Block, Chief Revenue Officer, Hybrid Manufacturing Technologies 

Creating a synergistic work culture first begins with realizing that the contributions of every person on your team is necessary… Far too often, we ignore that fact and try to move forward with the company vision without giving consideration to the people that are making the contribution…. In my talk, Improving Company Culture” we will focus on leveraging the gifts and talents of the staff in the workplace while enhancing their ability to intentionally work together for the betterment of the company and industry. 

Creating scalable habits to free up your mind for problem-solving and still get your to-dos done - Lisa Woodruff, CEO and Founder, Organize 365 

We all know work-life balance is a myth, but the most productive people we know are winning at home and at work. How do they do it? If you ask them, they don't know. The truth is they have developed systems and habits over time that allow them to pivot from one task and problem to the next with less stress and ease. Keeping their brains available for their most important work.

Valuing Our Contributions - Jenny Drescher, Founding Partner, Bolder Company Inc.

The term “Imposter Syndrome” is often used to describe feelings of inadequacy and self-doubt, particularly among high-achieving women and/or women in “non-traditional” occupations or fields. During this workshop, participants will focus on valuing their contributions, supporting each other, and shifting the conversation from “Imposter” to options that create a sense of personal power, openings for action, and cooperation and support from others.

Cost: $175, includes lunch and exhibit hall pass


Learn more about the Women Make Manufacturing Move program here

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