Leadership Tools for Women in EHS 2

The BW Rising Institute is pleased to present its second free webinar on the topic of Leadership Strengths that women bring to the field of safety, health and environment.

Our purpose is to help women recognize and tap into their full leadership strengths through self-awareness and skill development so that they can achieve the results that will cause them to be recognized as powerful contributors to workplace safety.

Session 2: Leadership Tools for Women in EHS—Listening and “Managing Difficult People”

Session 1 focused on identifying the specific competencies where women excel and what holds us back from fully using them. We recommend that you listen to the recording if you missed this. Click here to listen.

Session 2 will continue on the topic of listening—arguably the most important leadership skill, and how to influence “difficult people.”

We invite you and/or someone you know to register for our FREE one-hour webinar.

May 14, 2013

8:00 to 9:00 AM PST / 11:00 to noon EST

To register now click here.

This FREE one-hour webinar will help you:

  • Learn why listening is a leadership skill
  • Why is it so hard?
  • How can I improve?
  • How will it help me manage “difficult people?

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 internal safety, health and environmental (SHE) senior management and group leadership experience for The SeaWorld 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.

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