September 27, 2016 | 7 pm | The Ivy, 3330 South Service Road, Burlington
Topic: What it Takes
Inspired by the Canadian women rocking the RIO Summer Olympics and the amazing #WhatItTakes campaign from SportChek (Check out the videos here) we are bringing in mentors and coaches to take the limits off of our beliefs and dare greatly in our careers and with our businesses.
This month we are excited to have Carol Schulte, a professional speaker, trainer and certified coach who has worked with audiences in the U.S., Germany, and Canada over the better part of a decade bring us a workshop.
The Women in Tech Peer 2 Peer group’s goal is to empower women in business by examining the unique gender based challenges of working in and with technology to effect progressive change within our working and community environments.
Meet ups are generally for women only who work or live in Halton. Non-Silicon Halton members are welcome.
Each month we'll have a topic for debate, and an opportunity for individuals to share challenges and successes with the group in a safe, supportive setting.
Meetup formats may include dinner discussion meetings, guest speaker presentations, or workshops - depending on the topic.
About the Presenter:
Carol Schulte holds a BFA in Theatre Performance, an MA in Communication, and two postgraduate certificates in coaching and mentoring. She is on a mission to empower people to live BIG lives (how many folks can say they’ve lived in an Ashram, shaved their head - and raised $10,000 to boot - or bungee jumped in their birthday suit?!?) no matter what life throws at them. She is the creator of ‘Spark your G.E.N.I.U.S.’ and the initiative ‘Women Living BIG’, and is committed to getting you OUT of your comfort zone so you can excel in your career, start and grow your own businesses, and achieve what you never thought possible.
She has lived, worked and/or volunteered in Thailand, India, Peru, Australia, New Zealand, Germany, the US, the UK, visited 30 countries and counting, and brings a unique and global perspective to all she does. Passionate about many things, Carol is also a volunteer bereavement facilitator and camp counselor, marathon runner, and yoga instructor.
- June 2016 - Member Spotlights
- May 2016 - Member Spotlights
- April 2016 - Member Spotlights
- March 2016 - Making Introductions
- February 2016 - Warming you Network
- January 2016 - Public Speaking Techniques
- December 2015 - Finding your Voice - Content Writing
- November 2015 - Podcasting 101
- October 2015 - Video Content