New England Women’s Leadership Institute Hosts Leadership Summit at Great Bay Community College - “The Seven Mirrors of Self-Actualization”

06/07/2017 by Lisa Proulx

Event Features Keynote Speaker, Suzanne Foster, Vice President and General Manager, Medronic

PORTSMOUTH – The New England Women’s Leadership Institute is offering an interactive seminar for women leaders and those who aspire to be leaders from 8:00AM to 4:00PM, June 22nd and Great Bay Community College, 320 Corporate Drive, Portsmouth.

The Summit, “The Seven Mirrors of Self-Actualization” through questionnaires and discussions will provide attendees with opportunities for self-assessment to determine areas where they are self-actualizing, or are inhibited and the blocks to growth and fulfillment of potential.

Each “mirror” will answer questions such as, how you self-actualize in your relationship with yourself, others, career, in work performance, and how you self-actualize by being creative, adapting to change and nurturing your soul. An awareness of the benefits of self-actualization to personal relationships and an organization will also be discussed.

The Keynote Speaker for the organizations new leadership summit will be Suzanne Foster, Vice President and General Manager of the Advanced Energy business unit of Medtronic, a leading global medical device company. Since being appointed in 2011, Suzanne has led the business unit in ongoing 20% year-over-year revenue growth. Medtronic Advanced Energy has been recognized as the #1 Best Place to Work in New Hampshire for the past three years and as one of the top women-led businesses in the state for the past five years (BusinessNH Magazine).

The cost for the event is $95.  Coffee & Lunch Included

Space for the event is limited.  For more information, contact Annabel Beerel, Ph.D. 781-771-5663

To register visit: www.newli.org

Great Bay Community College is a comprehensive postsecondary institution offering quality academic and professional and technical education in support of workforce development and lifelong learning. Great Bay Community College is part of the Community College System of New Hampshire, a public system of higher education consisting of seven colleges in Berlin, Claremont, Laconia, Concord, Manchester, Nashua, and Portsmouth.  The colleges offer Associate degrees and career training in technical, professional and general fields, including transfer pathways to baccalaureate degrees. The college’s second campus, the Advanced Technology & Academic Center is now open in Rochester offering academic courses and a degree program in Advanced Composites Manufacturing.   For more information on Great Bay Community College, visit www.greatbay.edu.