Women in Business hosted by Greenville Business Magazine is an Annual luncheon to celebrate the spirit and culture of Women in Business.
Wednesday March 28th
11:30am to 1:30pm
1 Parkway E, Greenville, SC 29615
Keynote Speaker Julia W. Crews
In 2000 CNN, Turner Broadcasting contacted Julia to train on customer service, which launched into a 15 year career in Team Building, Leadership Consulting, and Leadership Development. A fantastic lady named Deborah provided Julia with coaching as a Supervisor and throughout her tenure to Vice President.
From CNN/Turner Broadcasting Julia moved to Panasonic Automotive developing their training organization; creating new training modules such as Navigating for Impact; creating the Women’s Connect program, graduating the first Remarkable Women Leaders the summer of 2017 and launching the Ignite Women Leaders.
10+ years experience in Coaching strategies, roadmaps for HIPO, C-Level, Direct Reports ,
People Management and Leadership Development Coach, Women Leadership Design and Coaching, Learning & Training Consultant, Compliance Training Manager,
Design & Developed Mentoring Program based on level competencies,
Change Management ,Talent Development , Facilitation Skills ,
Sponsorship supports a commitment to diversity and recognition of the impact that women have in our business community.
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