A full day symposium with a wide range of educational forums for professional development
Featuring Keynote Speaker, Anne Ryder
Thursday, April 21 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Horizon Convention Center
Full Day Rate: $65.00
Lunch & keynote only: $30.00
All reservations must be made and pre-paid by April 13, 2011. Credit cards & checks payable to WIBU are accepted.
Click here to download the Catalyst brochure with full program information.
KEYNOTE LUNCHEON SPEAKER, ANNE RYDER
“In an Instant” – Anne Ryder is a television journalist, writer, and speaker. Anne is affiliated with NBC in Indianapolis and writes monthly columns for regional and international magazines. She is currently writing her first book based on life changes that happen “in an instant.” Anne has reported from war zones around the world, from Bosnia to the Kosovo-Albanian refugee camps.
“Keys to Success” – Who was your most influential mentor and why? Sometimes you don’t realize until many years later how influential a particular mentor was in your life. Good mentors invite, empower and inspire their mentee to step boldly into the future. They are found in every walk of life and in all sorts of ways.
WOMEN IN TECHNOLOGY
“F2F Tech” – Technology is more than texting, it’s a tool to empower you. Change your life, change the world, all from the comforts of your home, car, or office.
“Seven Steps to Fearless Public Speaking –Yes You Can!” – To be heard, you first have to be believed. Learn the seven steps to believability.
“Girls Just Want to Have Funds!” – Learn the various ways, tools, ideas, and tricks to budgeting, as well as the importance of investing for your future. Gain control over your financial future with an investment plan.
“First Impressions, From So-So to Slammin’” – The first impression you have upon others often impacts their openness toward you. Hear specific pointers to sharpen your image so you can increase the doors that are open for you.
“Know Me, Like Me, Trust Me” – Learn how to walk into a room where you don’t know a soul and leave with a group of friends. Find out how networking can lead to self-discovery and adventure. Be prepared to look at networking in a different way than your usual elevator speech.
If you would like to donate a door prize, contact Pam Price at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks to Presenting Sponsor Central Indiana Orthopedics, PC and Sports Medicine