It takes a lot of work to be a real leader and during this event, we will explore the reasons behind why women choose to lead—specifically circle moderators.
In attending this event, circle moderators will think through their reasons for wanting to become leaders. Our guest speaker, Eva Papp, will coach moderators in exploring leadership pathways that can result in creating external opportunities while also bringing about more ease, energy, purpose and impact.
By attending this session, attendees will be able to:
Identify goals and create a path for developing leadership opportunities
Imagine a future for themselves, their Circle, and their organizations, which can be leveraged to set goals and make plans
Inspire action in themselves and others to make their vision and plans a reality
Innovate to create a path for the change they want to see
Impact their present and future with consistent evaluation of themselves and others
Network with other Circle moderators
Practice applying tools and strategies in the real world with support and feedback
Eva Papp is a consultant, coach and "accelerant" who works with women on innovation and leadership strategies. For 20 years, Eva was a psychotherapist as well as a researcher in the field of indigenous cultures and traditional wisdoms. Eva leverages her background and deep knowledge of human potential and growth to design workshops that help women outperform while experiencing more ease and overall life satisfaction.
8:30 am | Doors Open
9:00 am | Intro + Understanding the challenges of Circles
10:00 am | Why Lead?
11:15 am | Connect with Circle Moderators
12:15 | Wrap-Up
Date: Saturday, October 2, 2018
Time: 9:00 am — 12:00 pm
Location: MG2, 1101 2nd Avenue #100, Seattle, WA, 98101
This event is free to attend.
Lean In Seattle would like to welcome members with different mobility abilities to join us at this event. The MG2 is a partner in the quest for accessible spaces. There is a wheelchair accessible ramp at the venue entrance. The elevator to the event space and restrooms in the venue are ADA approved.
Public transit, ridesharing, and bicycling encouraged
3rd and Seneca: Diamond Parking, 1201 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA 98101. Enter on Seneca. Short 5-minute walk to MG2.
1st and Spring: LAZ Parking, 1102 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98104. Parking structure opens at 9 am. Parking structure entrance is located on First Ave between Spring St and Seneca Street. Take the garage elevator to Level 1, where you will be directed to the check-in table
2nd and Seneca: LAZ Parking, 1191 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98101. Parking structure entrances are located on Seneca St and Spring Street between First Ave and Second Avenue. Take the garage elevators to the lobby of the Second & Seneca building (Safeco Building), exit the lobby, and walk towards Spring St to MG2’s main entrance on Second Ave.