Join Nita Kaushal, the Founder of Miss CEO, for an exclusive 2 day workshop that is guaranteed to kick-start your career and get you on the right track for 2012.
Depending on your schedule or interest, you can attend both or just one of the classes. The listed price corresponds to one session, for a discounted rate on the whole series click here. Both sessions will feature interactive classroom exercises, assignments and customized resources in order to maximize learning and accountability both in and outside of class. Registration is limited so be sure to sign up today.
Although recent findings show that many talented and promising young women are not reaching their full professional potential by setting low expectations and missing out on strategic opportunities for advancement, this workshop will inspire and teach women how they can avoid common pitfalls and position themselves to successfully lead, assert their influence and contribute innovative and meaningful solutions.
Whether you are navigating your career within an established organization, looking for a job change, or starting your own venture, this class will provide you with proven and practical tips and resources to help you maneuver through your important next steps.
Session #1 (Mon, Jan 23): Establish the Fundamentals
Learn how to:
Session #2 (Mon, Jan 30): Stretch Yourself
Learn how to:
As in all pariSoma classes, snacks and beverages will be provided.
Nita Kaushal is the Founder of Miss CEO, an educational startupfocused on delivering premier leadership training, educationalresources and mentoring to girls ages 12-18. Nita has been invited by Fortune 500 companies and educational institutions all over the country to lead workshops on attracting, retaining and promoting women in the workplace.
Nita was recently asenior manager at Yahoo! where she led an innovative and highperformance suite of display media products. While in college, Nita developed a passion for helping girls and young women learn leadership skills and advance in underrepresented fields. She is on the Stanford Women’s Community Center Advisory Board and has served as the Co-President of Yahoo!Women in Tech, a 500-member organization committed to attracting, developing and retaining more women in technical and executive positions. Nita grew up in San Jose, CA and holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University.