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NAWBO Atlanta's Virtual Happy Hour!

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Tuesday May 19 th  - 5-6pm

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Are you on the fence about joining NAWBO?


Presented by Deborah Snyder,
NAWBO National VP of Membership and Community Outreach

TODAY: Tuesday, May 5 th  at 4:30 pm

NAWBO represents the voice of 10 million women business owners for 45 years and we continue to advocate, educate, empower and propel women business owners in our country. This 30-minute webinar will provide an overview of all of the key benefits of membership and “why” NAWBO continues to be the go-to, premier business organization for women!
Membership Incentives ---
Join or Recruit Others to Join NAWBO
Membership Specials:
Extended Through May 31

New members who join NAWBO before 5/31 receive $45 off the one-time new member initiation fee (normally $100). The first 100 new members who join nationwide will receive $25 off the registration for NAWBO Advocacy Day in honor of the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage. ( Learn more about Advocacy Day by clicking here !)

Members : Take advantage of the Member Referral Program. Any member who refers five or more members in your chapter or across the country who pay annually for all membership categories (Premier, Introductory, Supporting) will receive a complimentary two-day registration to the 2021 National Women’s Business Conference! Log in first and then click here for info .
Members can access national &
local programming!

Timely topics of interest to many of
our members. Don't miss these online programs!

Virtual Lunch and Learn 
Is Your Leadership Agility Ready? 
Thresette Briggs
President and Chief Performance Officer, Performance 3, LLC
TODAY : Tuesday, May 5th   at 12 pm ET 

Critical times like these allow leaders to stretch their agility—to help employees remain focused and productive and to do what’s necessary to sustain their companies. Crises create opportunities. Are you developing the agility needed to enhance readiness for the next one? 

Key takeaways include:
• Identify gaps in your current and desired leadership agility
• Learn tools for enhancing leadership agility during crisis
All-New Community Connects!

Every Wednesday at 5:00 pm ET
April 29th

Grab your favorite beverage and join us by video (so we can see each other just like we would in an in-person meeting)! We’ll connect, share best practices and support one another in an interactive chat format.

This is a safe space to share since the calls are not being recorded.

Each week we will spend the first 20 minutes of the Zoom call checking-in to see how we are doing. Think about sharing stories of inspiration and innovation of how you are managing during this challenging time. The call will transition to a “think-tank” for us to help brainstorm and support you with business challenges resulting from the current business crisis/environment we are experiencing. We will spend the final 40 minutes of our Community Connects call supporting up to four people each week.  A person will present their business challenge and everyone else will then have the opportunity to share ideas in “popcorn style.”

No need to register!
Meeting ID: 975 991 937

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+16699006833 / 975991937# US (San Jose)
+16465588656 / 975991937# US (New York)
Facebook Live with NAWBO National Board Members
Every Thursday at 4:00 pm ET

Visit with our National Board members during a Facebook Live  on #NAWBOWBC + General #NAWBO Chat . Use this time for an opportunity to co-work online and check in. This week, Michele Schina, NAWBO Philadelphia, will host.
Virtual Connect & Learn

Leading in Disruptive Times
Roxanne Pals, RN, MA
President of 3Consulting

Friday, May 8, 2020 - 10:30 am EDT

This session focuses on the realities of leading and living in this time of disruptive change and the implications for humans. Participants will be introduced to a human-centered change approach and how they can create the conditions for human flourishing in the midst of disruption. Participants will learn through conversation and collective large group sharing. They will learn and practice tools that can be applied immediately following the session in life and work.

Main takeaways include:
  • Learn how to lead during times of disruptive change with a human-centered focus.
  • Be introduced to methods, models and tools of human-centered change.
  • Learn and practice human-centered change tools.
  • Set intentions for how to practice what they have learned in their daily lives.
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