Damaging Phrases Women Use In The Office
Presenter: Elizabeth Lions
Date: 24 March 2017
IEEE-USA is proud to present a two-part presentation from Elizabeth Lions, specializing in women's professional development topics. Women in technical fields often long for solid advice around the topics of negotiations, how to navigate office politics and how to get noticed in all the right ways to get
a promotion. For a women in a male-dominated industry or field like engineering or IT, the office can be a maze.
Elizabeth has coached women that were stuck and unable to get
a promotion or who had lost credibility. This presentation covers the things you should never say as a women in a male-dominated field, while teaching how to connect with others in the office. It will teach you how to take a stressful situation and turn it into a powerful learning situation without wrecking your career.
All of Elizabeth's presentations welcome both women and men and are in no way exclusive.
Elizabeth Lions has
authored two books, Recession Proof
Yourself and I Quit! Working for
You Isn't Working For Me.
Elizabeth has designed and developed
leadership and career courses, webinars
and even a radio show entitled,
“Leadership Lessons from the Lioness,”
through Plaid for Women.
As an advisor,
Elizabeth has been quoted in U.S.
World News Report, AOL Jobs,
Australian Finance, Silicon India,
CBS Money Watch, Yahoo, The Ladders,
and Dice job boards. Her words have
reached as far as the front page of the
Philadelphia Tribune, PBS, CBS
Money Watch, Dale Carnegie and John
Prior to becoming an
author, professional speaker and coach,
Elizabeth started her career as a
headhunter on the west coast, where she
had the pleasure of working with
corporate leaders at companies like IBM,
Microsoft, Wells Fargo, EBay, and Intel,
to name a few. It was during those
private meetings in conference rooms
that she was privy to who would be laid
off and who would be hired. Little did
she know that years later some of those
same people would return and go through
her job-seeking and leadership programs.
spends her time writing, coaching and
collaborating with the who’s who of
corporate America. When she isn't
working, Elizabeth can be found
traveling across state lines with her
husband on their Harley Davidson
motorcycle, or in the yoga studio
twisting for hours on end. For more
about her philosophies, please visit
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