Navigating Politics in the Workplace is the fourth in a six-workshop series offered by the Canadian Centre for Women in Science, Engineering, Trades and Technology (WinSETT Centre).
Built upon the experiences of women across the country, the WinSETT Leadership Program is the only Canadian program focused exclusively on women in SETT, open to both professionals and students alike.
WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?
Understand the Networks of Influence
Recognize the informal organization of the workplace and develop strategies to neutralize negative behaviours (yours and others’) in order to positively promote your ideas. Learn to classify whether actions are political or personal, determine your own professional reputation and build and leverage strategic relationships.
Explore Unique Issues
Identify gender factors at play for women in SETT and discover first-hand the importance of networking and feedback. Gain vaulable insight from peers in your field through group learning.
Hear From Leading Experts
Our guest speakers and facilitators are professional leaders in a variety of SETT fields.
Excellent Ticket Value
Workshops include hot and cold beverages, snacks and lunch. Attendees will also receive an invitation to join the free, nation-wide online forum "Women in SETT Leadership Network."
EMPLOYER OF WOMEN IN SETT?
Why not purchase tickets for your staff?
Provide your employees with the leadership training they need for your organization to thrive
Receive a free special topics presentation delievered in your office for every 5 full-series registrants
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for information on how to reserve spaces.
"Engaging, educational and empowering."
"The workshop was excellent. Without a doubt it is a 'must do' for young women in the early phase of their career. In fact for all women, regardless of what phase they are at. Thank you."
"[The participants] found it to be a unique and affirming experience... Many were surprised to discover how valuable it was to be in this stimulating and safe environment where women were free to talk about the challenges associated with their professions, and to hear from others as to how they are navigating this challenging and sometimes lonely landscape."