Leadership Tools for Women in EHS

The BW Rising Institute is pleased to announce a new webinar in their Leadership Development webinar and workshop series entitled:

Leadership Tools for Women in EHS

Tailored for women in Environmental Health & Safety (EHS), this webinar will focus on how to build trust, strengthen relationships and manage change through strong leadership. If you, or someone you know within the EHS sector, would like to increase your leadership effectiveness and enhance your power to effectively influence others, we invite you and/or someone you know to register for our FREE one-hour webinar.

Click here to view the pre-recorded one-hour webinar

Influencing for Infinite-Win Results

This FREE one-hour webinar will help you:

  • Understand strengths that women bring to leadership roles - Leveraging the Power of the Feminine
  • Understand the difference between Management and Leadership
  • Gain awareness of what it takes to be a leader in the EHS profession
  • Identify the tools of leadership and how to apply them
  • Avoid the pitfalls of ‘canned’ leadership formulas

Register today and learn how to be build your leadership toolbox!

Trainer Bios:

Rosa Carrillo has held highly acclaimed workshops for women of EHS at many companies and organizations including Occidental Petroleum Corporation, Johnson & Johnson companies, ASSE and the VPPPA.

Cheryl Archer is Managing Director of Business Women Rising, a leadership development firm dedicated to the advancement of women in leadership. A former COO and CEO in the motor sports manufacturing industry, Cheryl has led highly successful EHS programs in North America, Europe and beyond.

Kelly Bernish brings over 25 years of inernal safety, health and environmental (SHE) senior management and group leadership experience for The Sea World Parks, Anheuser-Busch and Walt Disney World Parks & Resort.  Additionally, she is past Chair and founding member of Women in Safety Engineering, as well as a sought after consultant and speaker.  kellybernish@globalshesolutions.com

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