Thursday, April 25, 2013
Whether looking to elevate a brand, be noticed or get into the conversation, the Empower’13 Women’s Conference is designed to educate, motivate, inspire and connect professional women who happen to have a passion for golf from around the country.
Nationally renowned key note speakers, interactive breakout sessions and networking will headline the learning day activities on May 9 at the Executive Women’s Golf Association’s Empower ’13 conference at Westin Hilton Head Island Resort and Spa.
A special experience is available for local professionals, who are interested in learning, elevating and enriching their professional skills on Thursday May, 9. Activities begin with a Power Networking breakfast at 7:30 a.m., followed by a series of thought-provoking topics and discussions on wide-ranging subjects designed to educate and inspire. By the end of the day, participants will know:
• How to use body language signals to get what you want in business and life
• Techniques on what it takes to win
• How to set goals to achieve peak performance on and off the course
• How to utilize sports conversations to your business advantage
• How golf can be your health and wellness answer
• Fitness techniques to enhance mobility on the golf course
“While EWGA is an international women’s golf association that connects women to learn, play and enjoy the game of golf for business and fun, this one-day experience is designed to address the business elements needed to be successful. You will leave this conference with new skills you can implement immediately, says EWGA CEO Pam Swensen. “Participants will engage with award-winning speakers, experience innovative session formats, and form long-lasting business connections.”
Pre- Registration is required. There is a special EWGA One Day Experience rate of $175 that covers all of the activities above including breakfast and lunch included. For more registration and additional details, go to http://tinyurl.com/1DayExperience email us at: email@example.com or call 800-407-1477 ext. 19.
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