I love creating unique and immersive events. You might say, “Joya, how does that help me in business?”
I’ve been hosting my women’s events long enough to have been in front of hundreds of ladies. Networking doesn’t come naturally to some. Others get tongue-tied and freeze once in the room.
I’m creating all kinds of ways for you to have a shared experience as a group. The room is full of women from many different verticals. The networking comes easier because you already had one experience together. You already have handles for conversation.
It’s something only people in positions of formal authority should do.
It’s something people are born with rather than something they grow into
It’s a mindset issue making growth into leadership impossible.
It It will create interpersonal strife or hurt their image.
If things go south, they will be blamed
It’s easier to stay focused on the “doing.”
You have the knowledge.
You have the skills.
What is stopping you from grabbing the reigns?
Join television presenter and founder of the Women’s Leadership Academy, Joya Dass, as she engages award-winning scholar Sue Ashford in a conversation around why the most capable are often the least likely to step into leadership roles.