July 26, 2019 | 11 AM - 12 PM ET
Speaking Up in Meetings: Empowering Your Communication
You probably know what it's like to be in a meeting where the progress was less than ideal. And to top it off, you had some ideas for moving it along, but you just couldn't find the entree to jump in. In this webinar, you will gain insightful and effective tips to empower yourself by learning:
- The biggest mistake women make in meetings and how to AVOID it
- Easy strategies to get heard now
- How to sound smart asking the right questions
- The six ‘Meeting Movers’ you can use to your advantage
About the Speaker: Katie Snapp, Consultant, Facilitator, Entrepreneur, ICF-Certified Coach
During her first career as an engineer at Honeywell, Katie was selected to participate in their corporate change and became one of the nation’s top trainers in leadership and team building. She was recruited from there by the global firm, The Cumberland Group, one of the first consulting companies to construct the quality movement as we know it today, and a game-changer in the development of American corporate culture. Her front-row seat to the expansion of the TQM effort and her highly-personable style has made her a sought-after instructor and coach.
She specializes in the healthcare industry, technology and production, and non-profit organizations. She has worked globally with clients such as NASA & Johnson Space Center, Presbyterian Healthcare Systems, Los Alamos Medical Center, and UNM’s School of Medicine, as well as a host of others.
Katie is the Founder of EPEC’s Women’s Leadership Certificate program and has guest instructed in several certificate series. She has also published two books on women’s leadership since 2008 and speaks globally as a keynote speaker.
Ms. Snapp holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering as well as a Six Sigma Green Belt certification. She is an ICF Certified Coach (CC) with over 550 hours of working with leaders. She is licensed and specialty-certified in New Life Story Coaches™ Training in the psychology and neuroscience of leadership, and a former Senior Examiner for the state-level Malcolm-Baldrige award at Quality New Mexico.