Career coach outlines women's workplace mistakes
Words and body language are tools women can use to project self-assurance, according to Lea McLeod, founder and CEO of LeaMcLeod.com and author of The Résumé Coloring Book.
Find out what McLeod means at Sassy Saboteurs: How Women Lose Confidence, Power and Profit by Five Communication Missteps, a program at the Hillsboro Main Library on Feb. 5.
During the event, which is free and open to the public, McLeod will discuss how women can project confidence and competence with adjustments to verbal communication and body language. Her talk is set for 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the library, 2850 N.E. Brookwood Parkway.
Sponsors of the event are the American Association of University Women-Hillsboro/Forest Grove branch and Pacific Universitys Center for Gender Equity. Refreshments will follow McLeods presentation, which will cover her perception of the five major mistakes women make, including dialogue dysentery and the sorry syndrome.
McLeod is a former Fortune 15 executive and founder of the Job Success Lab, a 12-month live and online career coaching program that helps employees discover their power at work.Add a comment