How do we stamp out fear in the workplace (and other places it doesn’t belong)?

The September Roundtable discussion on “What’s holding you back? Could it be fear?” was wonderful and since we agreed that we wanted the discussion to continue, that’s just what we’ll be doing for our last Women’s Leadership Roundtable of the year. We want to explore what’s going on with fear in the workplace (and maybe even in our personal and professional relationships as well) and work on what we can do to get rid of it. And why should we care about getting rid of fear in the workplace? Because a fear-based workplace exacts a terrible toll. Fearfulness and the stress it produces interferes with learning and collaboration and stifles creativity and innovation; it reduces productivity, damages health, and wastes human and material resources.

Let’s put our collective wisdom to work and identify how we can eliminate fear in the workplace (and other places it doesn’t belong) and model leadership behaviors that empower and inspire others.

Please join us on October 30th Please plan to join in the discussion for the last roundtable of the year. Share your experiences and wisdom, bring your challenges and obstacles, or just to enjoy being part of the discussion. Everyone is welcome.

Please note: This is a “brown bag” event, and it is recommended that participants bring their lunch to eat during the roundtable. We’ll also have beverages and snacks to share. The Women’s Leadership Roundtable is a facilitated open forum for women, as leaders of themselves and others, to discuss relevant issues, build community and network, collaborate with, learn from, and support one another. It provides an opportunity for women to share their experiences, engage in thought-provoking discussion, and to generate ideas and growth together. The roundtable is an ongoing event, open to the public, held on the 3rd Friday of the month from January through October in a Denver area location. You are encouraged to attend as frequently as possible and bring your ideas, issues, and interests to the discussion. There is a $10 charge for the roundtable, paid in advance when registering online, and a $12 charge when paid at the door. A discounted rate is available for those wishing to register for an entire year of roundtables. For additional information contact Karen McGee at 303 503-9681.


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