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Women’s Network Launches New Strategic Plan

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Thanks to a group of extremely dedicated individuals, Women’s Network has a new strategic plan!  Inspired by the vision of Erica Pefferman, led by Ann Merrifield and facilitated by Deb Snellen, this diverse team met monthly for a year to identify Women’s Network direction for the next 3 to 5 years.  Following are the five …

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Must Read: What Got You Here Won’t Get You There

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“What Got You Here Won’t Get You There” by Marshall Goldsmith Book Review Written By Danielle Woods At the most recent Women’s Network Luncheon, the fierce and fabulous women at my table suggested I read the Dream Manager by Matthew Kelly. After devouring it in a weekend, my mind was open to looking at the …

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My last words…

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Wow! Time flies when you are having fun! This turn of phrase is so true. I can hardly believe that I’m writing my last letter to you as your Chair. We’ve accomplished a great deal this year. We’ve created a new strategic plan for the future of Women’s Network. We’ve continued to strengthen our new …

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Committee Spotlight: Monthly Program Committee

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The Monthly Program Committee is bringing you new and exciting professional and life development programs each month. The committee works to review and brainstorm unique individuals and groups to showcase as speakers during Women’s Network monthly luncheons. They focus on important global, regional, and local issues that affect our members both personally and professionally. Topics …

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Chair’s Corner: The Role of Men in Women’s Network

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I was approached by a man after our January luncheon who asked me, “You always say ‘ladies,’ but what about the men that come to Women’s Network events?” I told him that not only did he make an excellent point, but that we (in the steering and strategic planning committees) have spent considerable time discussing …

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Chair’s Corner: New Year’s Resolution

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I’ve been in many meetings this last month where the words “Women need to be asked to do something before they’ll get involved” were spoken. This was offered up over and over as an answer to the question of how to get women more involved, how to fill key roles, how to grab nominations, etc. …

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