Find Your Voice and Use it Effectively Part 1

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April 12, 2018 -
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Industry studies suggest women in a male dominated fields often feels alienated. Women in engineering, high tech, banking and financial, accounting and construction — all surrounded by men — are trying to find their voice in the office. For many career-driven women, work is a maze and the office can be a source of confusion and pain.

Elizabeth Lions has broken that barrier and has been invited into the boy's club, earning her way into working with some of the most prestigious executives on the planet. We’re proud to host a two-part webinar series with Elizabeth Lions where she’ll tackle real talk on working with men, including the pitfalls and the avalanche of success that is possible.

During this webinar series, we’ll dive deeper into:

● Why getting into the boy's club is critical to your success in the workplace
● Why women don't have a voice in corporate America — and how to change that
● Damaging phrases that women typically say that diminish their credibility
● How to take a different approach this ongoing challenge

Elizabeth has developed leadership and career courses, webinars and a radio show entitled, “Leadership Lessons from the Lioness” featured on Plaid for Women. She is the author of three books and her latest is called, "Hear Us Roar - Unapologetic Women Leading in Corporate America."

Elizabeth's work and coaching programs specifically address a women’s confusion around office politics, negotiations and how to deal with being passed over for a promotion. Her presentations give women confidence to master her thoughts, outlook and herself so she can navigate her career with success. She has successfully helped clients remove poor reviews from their employment records, helped women get noticed for promotions, and partnered with seasoned leaders to enable their staff to reach to new heights.

She recently was a keynote speaker at IEEE Women of Photons, Society of Women Engineers, Women of Long Island Tech and WITI. She’s served as an expert advisor on career conundrums on major networks such as PBS, CBS Money Watch, and has even taken her leadership courses to Dubai and the Middle East. Today, Elizabeth can be found writing, coaching and collaborating with the “who’s who” of Corporate America.

For more about Elizabeth’s philosophies, programs and videos, please visit

Attendance is FREE for all Wnet members!