10 Dec 2019 - Brussels
Even women at the highest levels can undermine themselves with specific self-sabotaging behaviors. These habits and behaviors develop in response to experiences women have in personal life and in the workplace.
Therefor HRbuilders and Helena Demuynck, an evangelist for women in leadership, are organizing a workshop on the 10th of December to learn about the behaviors getting in the way of successful women’s efforts to rise.
This workshop is not about new habits and behaviors you might want to start practicing. Instead, our goal is to teach you about the “must-stop” habits that are most likely to get in your way as a woman. Habits that might once have served you but can undermine you as you seek to rise.
We will help you to rewire your brain to support new habits and thought patterns. You have the power to become more precise, more intentional, more present, more assertive, more autonomous, more at ease exercising authority, more confident setting boundaries and a more effective advocate for yourself.
So let’s identify those habits that can hold you back, and start practicing new habits that better serve you.
Date Tuesday, 10 December – 7. p.m.
Speaker Helena Demuynck
Helena Demuynck is Founding Partner of Konsensus Leadership Coaching & Development and of oxygen4leadership. Both platforms offer international expertise in developing Leadership Development Trails for Senior Leadership Teams and Executives.
Helena is a dynamic, outcome-driven leadership coach focused on driving leadership success through a compelling range of coaching and consulting skills and expertise. She is passionate about the power of authenticity and coaches executives and senior leadership teams to recognize, visualize, and actualize success using the power of authenticity. She provides insight, feedback and helps leaders build a collaborative environment where the future can be envisioned and systematically enabled.
Helena is an evangelist for women in leadership and has been on speaker panels for summits, events, and organizations. Helena shares her thoughts on authentic leadership via speaking engagements and regular blogging.