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Tech Women SIG: Be Sought-After by Becoming More Quotable & Collaborative

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  • Please note: There will not be an additional charge at the door this evening, if you do not pre-register. Thank you!

    Correct Address - EMC - 2421 Mission College Blvd, Santa Clara. (All Stars Conference Room)

    Directions:
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    Be Sought-After by Becoming More Quotable & Collaborative

    Thursday, January 26th  6 - 9 PM

    Hosted by EMC in Santa Clara

    In this increasingly complex yet connected world, success depends on your ability to hone three key traits: your differentiating strength, quotability, and capacity to collaborate.  Combined, these talents enable us to solve more problems and seize more opportunities with fewer resources, especially in disruptive times.  Missing even one component can prevent us from finding solutions and capitalizing on opportunities. 

    You'll leave this session with 5 visibility-building quotability cues and 4 collaborative methods to become more effective, better performing and happier working with others.

    Special meeting souvenirs:

    Free eBook:  Make Yourself Memorable and book, Walk Your Talk: Grow Your Business Faster Through Partnerships.

    Presenter:  Kare Anderson

    Kare Anderson is an Emmy-winning former Wall Street Journal and NBC journalist who has crafted over 100 quotability + collaboration strategies for clients as diverse as Airbnb, Siemens, San Diego Padres, Skoll Foundation, Singapore, Mike's Bikes, Gemvara and Mayo Clinic.  Over 60,000 bought her eBook:  Smart Partnering- a key method she used in her role as Issues Team Director in Obama's first presidential campaign.  For UC Berkeley's MBA Business Plan Contest, she's served as Communication Coach.  Kare's served on the boards of Amnesty International and Annie's Homegrown and co-founded 9 women's political action committees. 

    Agenda: 

    6:00 - 7:00 p.m Registration, Nibbles & Networking

    7:00 - 8:30 p.m. Program / Q &; A