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Women’s Success in a Male Dominated Profession

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Being a successful leader can be challenging. It can be even more challenging for a woman in a male dominated profession. Lt. Colonel Sandy Karsten of the Missouri State Highway Patrol is a successful leader with a long list of accomplishments in her career. You will hear about how she overcame challenges, being a successful …

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October is National High Five Month

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Did you know that October is national High-Five month?! Ok, so we might have just made that up, but it will definitely be under consideration after the amazing Women’s Network Luncheon we have planned for October 15th! Can’t we all agree that the world would be a better place if we all handed out a …

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July Luncheon: View Disability as Possibility

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CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE FOR THIS LUNCHEON   View Disability as Possibility Sarah Castle, Assistant Prosecuting Attorney for Jackson County, became paralyzed in 1995 after acquiring Acute Transverse Myelitis, an immune system malfunction that causes damage to the nerves, and ultimately paralysis. Join us for the July luncheon, “View Disability as Possibility” and hear …

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June Luncheon: Communication Skills & Body Language

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CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE FOR THIS LUNCHEON Communication Skills: What Your Body Language Is Telling People Whether we are delivering a formal keynote address or networking with our colleagues, our body language is screaming our message far louder than any words we say. Since we are never taught to “speak” with our bodies, we may …

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May Luncheon: Evolution of Corrections in Missouri

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CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE FOR THIS LUNCHEON What does the Missouri Prison system have to do with early childhood education? More than you might think. When George Lombardi was a psychology intern at the Missouri State Penitentiary in 1972, the state prison population stood at 6,000. Today, Lombardi serves as the Director of Corrections …

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Business Showcase Luncheon: Flawless Execution

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The March 4 Business Showcase Luncheon is presented by Afterburner presents: Flawless Execution   Business Showcase is right around the corner, so circle March 4 in your calendar for the Women’s Network Business Showcase Luncheon and a high-energy, multimedia presentation from Afterburner on their “Flawless Execution” strategy. Hear speaker and Afterburner team member Patrick “Lips” …

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February Luncheon: What’s Art Got to Do With It?

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CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE FOR THIS LUNCHEON. Do you care about student achievement? Is the economic development of our city and state an interest of yours? Does Columbia’s quality of life matter to you? Gain a different perspective as we explore “What’s Art Got to Do With It?” at our February luncheon. Marie Nau …

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January Luncheon: Diversity Matters at Work

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CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE FOR THIS LUNCHEON. The issue of diversity in the workplace is considered an important area of focus for many businesses today. Join us for our January luncheon presentation as Dean Joan Gabel dives into this topic. Her presentation focuses on one very good question—why are we still having these discussions? …

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November Luncheon: Dr. Belcher

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CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ONLINE FOR THIS LUNCHEON. At our November Women’s Network luncheon, Columbia Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Chris Belcher will speak on the topic of our changing needs for those who are new to the work force as well as what they need from us, the employer, in order to be successful. Columbia …

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