Woman’s Alliance of Oakland County Introduces Business Protocols for Success

A Unique Training Program for Women

On Friday, November 13, 2015, the Women’s Alliance of Oakland County will host Business Protocols for Success, an innovative training program designed to help women at all stages of their career excel in the professional world. The conference will be held at the Auburn Hills Marriott Centerpoint, located at 3600 Centerpoint Parkway in Pontiac, Michigan.

Business Protocols for Success will be held from 9:30 am to 2:30 pm, and includes an interactive presentation, small-group activities, self-assessments, and a luncheon with dining etiquette instruction. The goal of the conference aligns with the mission of the Women’s Alliance of Oakland County, a non-profit organization committed to seeking, developing and supporting career opportunities for women. Attendees will learn how to improve their professional communication skills, and develop successful workplace behaviors. They will be empowered with techniques to build personal and professional confidence.

According to facilitator Joscelyn Davis, president and chief strategist of JADE Strategies, “Business Protocols for Success provides training on the essential skills all women need to be successful in the workplace. Helping women overcome obstacles to economic empowerment is the mission of this program.”

The conference includes a panel discussion featuring three industry leaders who will share insights and lessons learned on their paths to leadership. A highlight of the event will be the Women’s Alliance’s first-ever Glass Ceiling Award™, a special recognition honoring a professional who personifies the key attributes of leadership: strength, intelligence, and grace.

Oakland County Commissioner Marcia Gershenson, currently serving as the ex-officio representative to the Women’s Alliance of Oakland County, said, “Business Protocols for Success targets all populations within our county, including the low income and underemployed, those starting or transitioning their careers, and established professionals looking to advance their skills. We’ve partnered with several community organizations to help reach those who need the program most.”

General admission tickets are $40 and $28 for full-time students and senior citizens. To register, visit: WAofOC.Eventbrite.com.

The Women’s Alliance of Oakland County was established in 2013 as a nonprofit organization committed to seeking, developing, and supporting career opportunities for women in Oakland County. The organization sponsored a conference in 2014 benefiting more than 100 female veterans; addressing common problems relating to housing and money management, health and wellness, educational opportunities, and access to business ownership.

The Women’s Alliance of Oakland County is governed by leaders in key sectors of business, education, government, and human services. These women are dedicated to leveraging relationships and resources to advance the organization’s mission. For more information, contact Asker Consulting, LLC President Denise Asker at askerdenise@gmail.com.

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