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March 2015 – Leadership Development Workshop at the Moore Foundation in Palo Alto *SOLD OUT, WAIT LIST ONLY*
March 17, 2015 @ 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
In March, WEN will offer a special opportunity for you to participate in a Leadership Development Workshop with Dr. Nancie Zane, Principal, Praxis Consulting Group and Dr. Karen Poiani, Director Learning & Evaluation, Gordon & Betty Moore Foundation.
Workshop Title: Leadership Development Workshop – Multiple Identities and Networking
When: Tuesday, March 17, 2015 from 5:30 – 8 PM
Where: Gordon & Betty Moore Foundation, 1661 Page Mill Road, Palo Alto (map)
Cost: $15 + $1.74 Eventbrite fee (pre-registration is required)
Space is limited. Registration ends at midnight on March 13, 2015
Food and beverages will be available at 5:30pm with the program starting at 6pm.
We are more than just women. Each of us has complex multiple, important identities that shape how we view the world and how we operate in it, such as educational background, ethnicity, race, sexual orientation, job status, geography, relationship status, and communication style. All of these factors make us who we are and play a role in how we network and build our networks. Come learn more about the complex multiple identities that shape you and your WEN colleagues and how these might influence your networking goals and results. This will be an interactive workshop and will include some pre-reading preparation.
This workshop also offers a great opportunity for our WEN colleagues on the Peninsula and the South Bay to meet other members and get engaged in our network.
Learn more and RSVP here: http://wenmarch2015.eventbrite.com
About the Workshop Leaders:
Nancie C. Zane, Ph.D.
Nancie ZaneNancie Zane is a social psychologist and a principal with Praxis Consulting Group. For over twenty-five years, Nancie has worked with nonprofit and public sector organizations to build diverse leadership teams, strengthen staff relationships, and develop effective conflict resolution and communication strategies—all in the service of helping organizations achieve their goals. In addition, Nancie heads the coaching practice within Praxis that serves mid-level managers and senior leaders in employee-owned and other for-profit companies. She has coached and taught in the Wharton Advanced Management Program and the Wharton Executive Education Program and is certified in the Clark Wilson 360 Assessment, Emotional Competence Inventory, Hogan Assessment surveys, and SAVI communications. Nancie received a B.S. from Cornell University in criminal justice and community psychology and a Ph.D. from the University of Pennsylvania with a concentration in social psychology.
Karen A. Poiani, Ph.D.
Karen PoianiKaren Poiani currently serves as Director, Learning & Evaluation at the Gordon & Betty Moore Foundation. Previously, she was Chief Conservation Strategy Officer with The Nature Conservancy. Karen has experience developing and executing strategy at multiple organizational levels and translating science into applied practice. Karen has authored numerous scientific publications on wetlands ecology, climate change, and conservation planning. She has managed multi-disciplinary teams, designed and led dynamic learning events, and provided organization-wide leadership on diversity and gender. Karen earned a B.S. in environmental studies from Stockton State College, NJ, and an M.S. in botany and Ph.D. in ecology from Virginia Tech. Karen was recently featured in WEN’s Spotlights, where you can learn more about her background and interests.