How do you feel about power? About networking? About your presence?
The Policy Circle is pleased to announce the launch of a new Leadership Series!
At The Policy Circle, we understand that strengthening your voice is something that takes effort, practice, and confidence. That’s why we put together this six-part video series; so that you can continue your personal development outside of our Annual Leadership Summit.
Based on feedback from Policy Circle Leaders and members, The Policy Circle brought together Founder and CEO of Suite Track, Erin Wolf, Policy Circle co-founder, Sylvie Légère, and communications expert Crystal Bonham, for an in-depth discussion on empowering women to strengthen their leadership capabilities.
The Leadership Series is structured into six video conversations and includes handouts for each section;
Watch, listen, and engage with the materials provided to grow your capacity for leadership.
Encourage members of your Circle to join in and practice your leadership skills during your Policy Circle meetings.
Click here to dive in to this personal development series. This series is complimentary to official members with their annual donation of $50 or more. Official members will receive a promotional code via email. To review the benefits of official membership and donate today, click here.
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