The Denver Law Alumnae group cordially invites
our female alumni
to a brown bag lunch presentation
Don’t Take Yourself out of the Game
Before the First Pitch
Thursday, May 26, 2016
11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Wheeler Trigg O'Donnell LLP
370 17th St Suite 4500, Denver, CO 80202
Drinks will be provided. Please bring your own lunch.
Much has changed since the workplaces of the 1950s (think Mad Men) and even the 80s (Working Girl). Yet there are still challenges women face in today’s professional world (Devil Wears Prada).
Have you ever encountered these, or similar situations?
Thinking about what you want to say, but the meeting ends before you speak
No one seems to hear you when you do speak
Assigned responsibilities that are considered female in nature, but not driven to your strengths
Join us for a workshop, led by executive business coach Julie Holunga, focused on taking control of your career, and being front, center, and heard, in your professional world.
The focus of the workshop will drive you to
• Communicate to be heard
• Craft and broadcast your brand
• Define your strengths and make them known
• Identify opportunities according to your strengths, brand, and message
You will leave the workshop with 5 ways to be in charge of your voice and the direction of your career. Take control. Accelerate your leadership. Elevate your career.
Julie Holunga, MBA, ACC is an executive business coach working with mid-career attorneys, accountants and small business leaders to advance in their chosen field. Specifically, she collaborates with clients to build a brand and book of business, succeed in a new role, communicate effectively, and advance womens' leadership initiatives. Julie started and facilitates two professional women networks where they focus on taking control and 'crushing it' in their careers. She has effectively partnered with individuals in this capacity around Denver and North America, and at Harvard Business School and Boston College School of Management.
The University of Denver Sturm College of Law is committed to providing facilities
that are accessible to persons with and without disabilities. We encourage persons
who use wheelchairs to contact Laura Dean at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.