Session 2 - How To Handle Inappropriate Situations In A Work Setting, Presented By Synovus Bank (WIBC Mentorship Spring Bootcamp, Presented by Lickstein Plastic Surgery)

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Name: Session 2 - How To Handle Inappropriate Situations In A Work Setting, Presented By Synovus Bank (WIBC Mentorship Spring Bootcamp, Presented by Lickstein Plastic Surgery)
Date: April 13, 2021
Time: 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM EDT
Why join? To grow personally and professionally for a female businessperson
Event Description:
The Women in Business Council is dedicated to offering education and networking opportunities for Women in Business. WIBC Mentorship Bootcamp, Presented by Lickstein Plastic Surgery is an opportunity for women facing challenges affecting their career or business to grow personally and professionally. The three-month Bootcamp will offer one-on-one mentorship paired with a virtual classroom with a focus on Leadership. Upon the completion of the course, participants will have gained valuable knowledge and skills to advance their careers while building a network of personal and professional contacts.

April 13th - How To Handle Inappropriate Situations In A Work Setting
  • Supported by Synovus Bank
  • ​Facilitated by: Rita Barreto, Top Tier Leadership
Rita Barreto, Top Tier Leadership
RITA BARRETO is an award-winning speaker and transformational leader with a big heart and a long resume. She combines deep experience and delightful charm, but they’re not what set her apart. It’s that she doesn’t just promise high-impact results.

RITA IS A BUILDER. She builds on clients’ motivation, talent and drive to develop highly-effective employees, executives and teams. She creates customized strategies on topics such as ethics, personal success and organizational effectiveness that inspire confidence and spark valuable change. She views today’s rapidly-changing workplace not as an array of problems to be solved – a generational shift, a need for diversity, employee engagement – but as a challenge demanding new solutions, and she loves challenges.

RITA IS EFFECTIVE. She doesn’t just talk the talk. She has hands-on experience. For 23 years, she held leadership positions in a Fortune 500 company. Today she taps into four decades of working with individuals, corporate and global companies, public-sector organizations and associations. It’s a breadth of knowledge that helps to ensure success.

RITA GIVES BACK. As a strong believer in service to one’s community, she has served on the boards of several local organizations and received the inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award of the Human Resources Association of Palm Beach County. Florida’s governor appointed her to the Florida Commission on Human Relations and the Century Commission for a Sustainable Florida. Her most recent appointed to serve as one of twenty-two women on the Florida Commission on the Status of Women was made by Florida’s CFO. She was president of the Florida Speakers’ Association and earned a CERTIFIED SPEAKING PROFESSIONAL (CSP) designation from the National Speakers’ Association, the highest recognition awarded. Her impressive client list includes Fortune 50-500 companies such as Microsoft. The South Florida Business Journal called her one of the top HR professionals in Florida.

RITA IS A HIGH-ENERGY SPEAKER WITH AN UPBEAT ATTITUDE THAT AUDIENCES LOVE. Listeners are captivated and amused by her tales of growing up with 10 siblings, but there are lessons among the laughter. Her large household, which ranged from grandmother to baby brother, mirrored today’s multiple-generation workplace, and those deeply-personal experiences are what convinced her to pursue a career in people management. Her optimism delights and inspires, encouraging life changes that boost happiness and achievement. Heads nod at her conviction that traditions can be crucial in business as well as families in cementing those changes.

The President of TOP TIER LEADERSHIP wears many hats – life coach, author, consultant, human resources authority, winner of professional awards and appointments to important state and local bodies, and more. She’s spoken to audiences of every size throughout the world with the kind of crystal clarity that good communication demands. Rita’s authentic enthusiasm and devotion to improving lives endear her to all who meet her. But her greatest skill is blending all her multifaceted qualities to deliver what clients value most: OUTCOMES WITH IMPACT.


WIBC Mentorship Bootcamp, Presented by Lickstein Plastic Surgery
Upon the completion of the course, participants will have gained valuable knowledge and skills to advance their careers while building a network of personal and professional contacts.
 
WHY?
To offer growth and support to a female businessperson.  We will:
  1. Identify career inhibitors in her life and work
  2. Create a strategy to overcome the various career inhibitors
  3. Help her develop leadership skills for advancing her career
  4. Acquire concrete, technical, computer and presentation skills to either re-enter the workforce or build her business skills
  5. Instill confidence and provide a business support network
  6. Help her reach their fullest potential
WHO can participate?
  • Woman member (or future member) of the PBNCC must have at least 2 of the below:
  • Women-owned business
  • Younger Woman/Young Professional beginning her career or business
  • Women reentering the workforce
  • Women wanting to advance her career
  • Women leaders working in the nonprofit sector
Interested in becoming a mentor? See more information here.

WIBC Mission Statement
To promote networking and education for professional women and women entrepreneurs while highlighting the women leaders in the community.
 
WIBC Vision Statement
The forum is dedicated to offering education and networking opportunities for women in business.
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Location:
Virtual through Zoom
Date/Time Information:
Three Part Virtual Boot Camp: 2nd Tuesday (subject to change) from 12 - 1:15 PM
  • April 13th - How To Handle Inappropriate Situations In A Work Setting
    • Supported by Synovus Bank
    • ​Facilitated by: Rita Barreto, Top Tier Leadership
Contact Information:
Brittany Cartwright
Fees/Admission:
This event is purely informational for the WIBC Mentorship Bootcamp program. To register, please visit the sign up pageDeadline to participate is February 26th.
Members - $99
Future Members - $149

Two step process:
  1. Register online via the event registration
  2. Submit application to Brittany Cartwright