Registration is open for the Women’s Leadership Conference, taking place on November 29 at the Hilton Garden Inn Auburn Riverwatch. Don’t miss your chance to participate in a day of credit union networking, insightful discussion, and resilience building.
Facilitated by professional development expert Dr. Amy Wood, attendees will learn how to build confidence through emotional intelligence. The event will begin at 9:00 am and conclude at 3:30 pm. The fee to attend is $179.
To register or for more information, please visit the League’s website. If you have questions about the Women’s Leadership Conference, please contact Jordan Inkley, League Conference & Events Manager, at email@example.com.
About the Conference
Research shows that women do better than men during times of crises, and yet we can lack confidence and doubt our competence when we face tough challenges. As we emerge from the pandemic into a hybrid world, the innate talents women bring to the table—compassion, connection, and collaboration, for starters—are needed more than ever to orchestrate a whole new frontier of work. And how resiliently you answer the clear call for women-centered leadership depends on your level of emotional intelligence (EQ)—your capacity to understand and engage yourself and others.
This full-day program will teach you the five critical components of EQ so that you can be more self-assured, influential, supported, and motivated no matter what is happening around you or who gets in your way. Join us for this unifying, interactive day filled with insights, practice, sharing, and support, and real stories of women-centered success.
About the Facilitator
Amy Wood, Psy.D., is a Maine-based psychologist who through psychotherapy, executive coaching, and training helps ambitious professionals achieve more and stress less. She is author of Life Your Way: Refresh Your Approach to Success and Breathe Easier in a Fast-paced World, an award-winning personal improvement book that surpasses quick-fix self-help rhetoric with a sustainable program for adapting to our perpetually hectic age. She has been accepted into the prestigious National Speakers Association and is often called on for her expert opinion by media ranging from Maine Public Radio to Parade Magazine.
Dr. Wood earned her doctorate at Adler University and is certified by the College of Executive Coaching.