POSTPONED Build Yourself Workshop: Raise Your Profile to Accelerate Your Career
Apr 02, 2020
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2020-04-02 18:30:002020-04-02 20:00:00America/New_YorkPOSTPONED Build Yourself Workshop: Raise Your Profile to Accelerate Your Career*This event has been postponed. A future date will
Center for Architecture 536 LaGuardia Place New York NY 10012
Apr 02, 2020
4/2/20, 6:30pm - 8pm
Center for Architecture
*This event has been postponed. A future date will be provided shortly.*
Building your profile and visibility is one of the most important tactics for fast-forwarding your career growth, and for building support for the values you stand for. Please join us and Mia Sharphie, the Founder of Build Yourself, for this workshop session, where you will learn how to identify the kind of profile or reputation you want to build, how to navigate building your profile in an authentic way that doesn’t seem self-promotional, and strategies for building your profile that you can implement today. You will also learn how gender dynamics affect our ability to build our reputations—and yet why this is such an important career growth strategy for women—especially women hoping to make a change in their careers and industries. Finally, you will learn how to leverage profile building in order to grow more creatively and incorporate more learning into your work.
Speaker: Mia Scharphie, Founder, Build Yourself, is a creative agent of change, a do-er, and big-picture thinker. She founded Build Yourself to help women in creative fields, design, and engineering move past the obstacles that hold them back in their businesses and careers, and to make their industries and workplaces better places for women’s talent. Named a ‘cheerleader with devil horns’ by students, Mia is skilled at helping ambitious and creative women see beyond limiting mindsets to envision—and achieve—more than they thought was possible for themselves—on their own terms. Mia is a trained facilitator, who has run a research effort on women in social impact design for the Harvard Business School. She is a founding member of the Equity Roundtable at the Boston of Architects and was named as one of Impact Design Hub’s Social Impact Design 40 under 40.
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