Women's Leadership Forum: Be The Exception

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Description

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Deloitte

Curriculum

  • Personal Development

Designed For

Women in the accounting profession.

Objectives

The ISCPA Women's Leadership Forum is your opportunity to reexamine your goals and learn strategies to succeed in your current position, and gain the motivation and inspiration to take your career to the next level. Designed for all women regardless of age, individual situation or current role within their companies.

Registration includes lunch (11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.) and four hours nontechnical CPE credit.

Highlights

Be the exception. Annie Meehan, author, speaker and certified life coach will dive into "the seven ways of being" to transform your life and find ways to live your true passion and potential. She will highlight living outside of the traps of labels, characterizations and job titles to create awareness on being more than just the expert, and focusing on being the exception.

The seven ways of being:

  • Be honest – know your truth and how honoring it changes everything
  • Be open – who can you mentor; who could mentor you?
  • Be healthy – what is true self-care and why does making time for it matter?
  • Be flexible – are you open to, do you choose and do you chase change?
  • Be gentle – how to keep your strengths in perspective
  • Be courageous – taking risks, setting goals and going for it!
  • Be authentic – be the best and only YOU. Learn how comparisons don’t serve you.
Your Price: $250.00

This is your base price and does not reflect any additional session fees, optional add-ons, or guest registrations. This price includes the early-bird discount. Full prices will be applicable to all registrations after September 26, 2019.

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Instructors

Annie Meehan

Show Bio

Growing up as a middle child of seven children raised by a single mom, Annie Meehan learned tenacity and resilience at a tender age. The word “survival” took on many meanings in her younger years, developing within her a richly profound, fiery spunkiness.

At age 7, Annie was told she was dyslexic. She struggled with spelling and reading letters in the correct order to the point that when she was 21 years old, she was asked if she was illiterate. That never stopped the current professional speaker, business owner and author of three books from becoming all she was meant to be.

Annie’s professional speaking career began as soon as she left her first corporate job at Piper Jaffray and was a contract speaker for one of the top non-profits in the United States. Now as an author, a franchise business owner, wife, mother, certified coach, team support for 100+ Advocare distributors, and volunteer, Annie sprinkles into every presentation her personal and professional stories of new perspectives, faith, persuasion and pursuit.

From having no voice to speaking to thousands, her authentic, engaging presence and dedication to her audiences is unmistakable.

With a dedication and passion for new ways of thinking, shifting beliefs and choosing to overcome, Annie lives everything she teaches, giving audiences real-time useful ideas and actionable strategies.

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