CanWIT‘s BC chapter invites you to register for the May Breakfast Club when the group hosts Nimrat Dhariwal and Karen Bresler, who will discuss Negotiation Skills for Women. Come and hear from these certified professional coaches as they share their insights on leadership skills, transition and career change. This May 15th event promises to be engaging, informative and interactive with coaches who are effective, personable leaders, educators and trainers.
Nimrat Dhariwal is a certified coach and workshop leader focused on helping people find the leader within and growing their full potential both personally and professionally. Nimrat is an expert in analyzing training needs, and creates and leads experiential workshops with follow up coaching sessions. Nimrat is currently a trainer and internal coach for MDA where she identifies strategic company training needs and develops programs which meets those needs. She also designs and implements online career track systems to help her employees manage their careers. In her twenty years with MDA, Nimrat has also held positions as a software engineer, team lead and project engineer.
Karen Bresler is a Certified Professional Co-Active Coach with a CPCC designation, International Coaching Federation membership and a graduate of the Co-Active Leadership Program. Karen focusses on facilitating powerful and long lasting change, assisting her clients to become comfortable with slowing down to go faster, and to train others to be leaders in their career and personal lives. Karen has a BA in Psychology, a LLB law degree, and is trained as a mediator. She holds memberships in the Law Society of BC, Canada.
The May Breakfast Club takes place on Wednesday, May 15, 2013 from 8:00 am – 9:30 am in the CN Strategies Room (2800), Segal Graduate School in the SFU Campus at 500 Granville Street, Vancouver. Tickets are
$15.00 for Members or $20.00 for Non-Members. Ticket price includes continental breakfast.