Bimonthly – 2nd Thursday
January, March, May, July, September, November
The Women’s Leadership Salon is a dynamic community of women who share an interest in building leadership skills and improving gender equality. Over dinner, participants engage with topic-specific speakers and have significant opportunities for networking with like-minded women. The Salon meets on the second Thursday of each month at 5:45 p.m. at The Avenue, 141 N. Martinwood Road in West Knoxville.
Save the Dates for 2018
Thank You Laura Barron – Leading In A Multi-Generational World?©
The American workforce is currently experiencing conflict between four or five very different generations, wasting talent and energy. For managers, employees, customers and suppliers to interact effectively and produce the various results they each want, they each must understand where the other generations are coming from. What is driving each generation and what are their needs and desires?
We will explore each generation’s strengths, values and beliefs and what was happening when they grew up. This program focuses on identifying opportunities for each generation to succeed and value each other. Come discover ways to tap the potential of every generation and to bridge the gaps.
Laura Barron energizes, informs and mobilizes people to create long-term positive solutions. She works with organizations to increase their effectiveness in three specialty areas: communication, performance management and leadership. Her 25 plus years of management experience includes customer service, training and development and project management which translates to real world solutions for her clients.
Thank you Samantha Lane, Origami Day, for “Building Professional Relationships”
Samantha Lane is a communication professional, with past work in advertising, public relations, and higher education. After years of juggling full-time careers and passion-based side-hustles, she founded Origami Day to help others bring balance to their busy lives. Samantha holds a BS degree in Public Relations from the University of Tennessee and an MBA from King University. She has served on various boards and committees including the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Executive Women International, Knoxville Chamber, Farragut West Knoxville Chamber, WDVX, and AMAK. When she is not engaging in the community, Samantha spends her time enjoying life with friends and family.