Leadercast Women-Amplify Event November 9th

Research indicates that women regularly feel undervalued, unappreciated and ignored in the workplace. This undermines their worth and severely limits the potential of a business. 

Fond du Lac Area Women’s Fund, in partnership with Leadercast Women, looks to address this problem with our broadcast event – Amplify. 

Amplify is designed specifically for women participants who will discover the unique value of their own voices, while being inspired by the wisdom of five prominent women leaders who magnify their voices, serve others and positively impact the world. Each will share their personal story of failure and triumph, helping attendees unlock their potential to be heard in a noisy world. 

Additionally, local executive coach Kim Galske of Rewired Dynamics will facilitate personal leadership activities on-site with attendees, using the methods of The Peace Index. Participants will: 

  • Learn the five-part framework to finally find focus, clarity and peace in the midst of a chaotic world
  • Leverage powerful visual tools to get (and stay) on track to living the life they’ve always wanted
  • Identify the crucial gaps in personal well-being they’ve been avoiding, and learn how to make progress in developing them
  • Rediscover purpose, even if there’s a feeling of aimless right now

The Stayer Center is located on the Marian University Campus in Fond du Lac and the event runs from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., beginning with lunch and networking. Tickets are $55 per person or $250 for a table of five (plus applicable processing fees).
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Posted on October 7, 2022


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