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Location: New York University Woolworth Building, room: 236 15 Barclays NY, NY Some call it “Gravitas” or “Presence”, others refer to it as “Confidence” or “Magnetism”. What we know for sure is it’s clear when someone has it or doesn’t. Gravitas is a fundamental skill that we can evolve as we elevate in our careers. Whether wanting to inspire a team, have serious impact for a cause, or simply find more passion in the day-to-day, gravitas is a non-negotiable for personal growth and success and it is cultivated from the inside-out. Join the Women in Energy Program for this 2-hour workshop where we unravel the mindset and practical communication tools to foster it – mixed with active live coaching. This session will be facilitated by Rachel Garrett, Head Trainer at The Paradox of Leadership. A light breakfast will be provided. This event is open only to current female students. Since space is limited, RSVPs will be accepted on a first-come basis until capacity is reached. Please RSVP only if you can commit to attending the workshop. For more information contact: [email protected]
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