Join us for an Upcoming Event

Events and Luncheons 


Tori England

Wednesday, August 21, 2019
Rock Garden, Green Bay
11:45 a.m. - 1:15 p.m.

It doesn't have to be another fire you put out. When your employee announces that they are leaving your organization or retiring, what is your plan? At this workshop, we will walk through the process of reviewing your staff and assessing their risk of leaving your organization and what impact that may have to your business. We will identify high risk positions and create mitigation plans that include documentation of current processes and training needed to prepare your staff for the next level. Most importantly, you will walk away with a plan. Even if you don't currently have a team, you will find this workshop beneficial as you help your manager, coworkers and clients through the process of planning ahead.

Tori brings over 20 years of project management and learning & development experience in the
insurance, hospitality and utility industries. She has led many Fortune 500 companies through major
transformational change. Tori is certified in the PROSCI change management model and is a PMP
certified project manager. Tori has created, developed and led teams that have won industry credentials in instructional design and training operations. In her early years, Tori worked for Walt Disney World Resorts and is trained in their customer service philosophy. Tori is currently a Faculty member at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College where she teaches project management. Tori has her bachelor’s degree from the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and her master’s degree from De Paul University in Chicago.

Connect with Tori on Linked In | Visit www.TLEnglandConsulting.com

Registration open two weeks prior to luncheon


After Hours: Music @ The Hill, featuring Big Mouth and The Power Tool Horns

Wednesday, August 28 
Management Women members and families welcome!
Heritage Hill State Park
6–8 p.m.; gates open at 5:30 p.m.

Heritage Hill is known for its beautiful sunsets, green space and friendly atmosphere. What better time to enjoy the Park than during the Music @ the Hill concert series located on the upper green, overlooking beautiful Green Bay. Management Women will have an area reserved to the left of the stage.

Music by Big Mouth and The Power Tool Horns, an eclectic mix of blues, jazz, and original music.

Cost: Entry to park is free.

Please bring:

  • Your family – we want to meet everyone!
  • A dish to pass. 
  • Lawn chairs, blankets, and your dancing shoes!

NOTE: No beverage carry ins are allowed (including water), but beverages are available for purchase.  

Register!


Lead and Learn Series

Thursday, August 29
7:30 a.m.
Rasmussen College 
905 S. Taylor Street
Green Bay, WI 54303
  

The Management Women Lead and Learn series is a monthly opportunity to connect with like-minded women leaders to discuss Ted Talk topics.

Jenn Endries, Academic Dean at Rasmussen and current Management Women President, will lead us in a facilitated discussion.

This month’s Ted Talk is with Brene Brown:  The power of vulnerability

Brené Brown studies human connection -- our ability to empathize, belong and love. In a poignant, funny talk, she shares a deep insight from her research, one that sent her on a personal quest to know herself as well as to understand humanity. Brene shares a fresh thinking on why caring what others think actually does matter, and why criticism makes us stronger.

Continental Breakfast and Coffee will be provided. 

Register!


September Yoga by Candelight at Ledgestone Vineyards 

Monday, September 9
6 - 7 p.m.
Ledgestone Vineyards, 6381 Wi-57 Greenleaf, WI 54126 

Sunset yoga is designed to acclimate your body and soul to the setting sun.

Please join Jennifer Endries, certified yoga instructor and Management Women Vice President, in the vineyard for sunset and yoga by candelight. Ground yourself and feel your inner beauty shine! 

$15 includes 1 hour Yoga practice and 1 drink of choice at LedgeStone Vineyards and is payable at the door.

This is for members and non-members.  Walk-ins are welcome but please follow the Facebook event page for any updates. Should it rain, Yoga will be canceled. 

Register!

 

September After Hours Event 

Thursday, September 19 

5 – 8 p.m.
Sunrise on Main Boutique
Dinner to follow at Main Street Bourbon Room

Join us at Sunrise on Main for a fine night of shopping in the boutique while you enjoy a glass of wine & socialize. Management Women Members and Guests Welcome!

Sunrise on Main is a women's resale Boutique featuring fashionable & upscale clothing and accessories in the historic Olde Main District on Green Bay's east side. 

Proceeds help fund Sunrise on Main’s non-profit partner, RESET.LIFE, dedicated to helping women reset their lives by cultivating individual growth, professional development, and interpersonal connection through life coaching, career coaching, work experience, and enrichment programs. 

Please join us for a fine night of shopping in the boutique while you enjoy a glass of wine and socialize.  After shopping, please join us at the Main Street Bourbon Room for some dinner and awesome conversation.  We can show each other our fun and new fall purchases.

Address: Sunrise on Main, 1240 Main Street, Suite 2

Parking and entrance in the back (Olde Town Crossing parking lot)

(920) 857-1662  www.sunriseonmain.com

Cost: Dinner on your own.


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Join us for our for our Annual Seminar and Fundraiser Event! 

Thus far, over $367,000 been awarded in scholarships through proceeds raised at our annual Heels, Hopes & Higher Education event.

About the Speaker:
Lelia started her company because women kept coming to her for support in professional negotiations and career decision-making. Now a sought-after speaker and writer on workplace dynamics for women, Lelia has worked with Fortune 500 companies such as GE and Expedia.com as well as professional associations across the country.

Considered a thought leader in the field, Gowland writes regularly for both Forbes and NBC News and has been profiled in Cosmopolitan and Marie Claire for her unique approach. With a Master's in Public Policy and a BA in Sociology, she applies her understanding of political, professional, and cultural systems to support women in the workplace. Finally, as a New Orleans native and enthusiast, clients describe her “contagious warmth” and playful spirit, which bring joie de vivre to all her work. Learn more at www.gowlandllc.com.

Event Schedule:

9 a.m.
Registration & Auction Viewing

9:45 a.m.
Opening remarks

10 a.m.
The Unexpected Advantage: Negotiation Strategies That Work for Women

12 p.m.
Lunch, Auction & Networking

1:30 p.m.
Negotiate Like a Pro

2:30 p.m.
All the Feels: Finding Calm and Confidence in Times of Stress

3:30-5 p.m.
Closing remarks, Silent auction Close, Networking Social 

Register!

Sponsorship and Donation opportunities available, too! Contact this years co-charis Michelle Mulloy at (920) 455-4182 or Amanda Baugnet at (920) 455-4247 for additional information. 

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Upcoming Meetings

Meetings held the 3rd 
Wednesday of each month 

Rock Garden, 1951 Bond St, Green Bay, WI 54303
11:45 am - 1:15 pm

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