Fast Track Breakthrough: The Secret To Advancing Leadership Positions At Work

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HWNT Hispanic Women's Network of Texas, Dallas Chapter says
Join the Hispanic Women’s Network of Texas- Dallas Chapter (HWNT) first-ever learnference (conference + learning + curated networking +fun) for emerging professionals who want to learn about career advice that probably wasn’t told from the beginning.

Who knows about Ted Talks? We're sure you are all avid Ted Talk viewers!

HWNT has identified a great one. In “The Career Advice You Probably Didn’t Get” Susan Colantuno points out that women make up 50% of middle management and professional employees, yet less than ⅓ of that number reach the executive level.

Why are women not being identified as “high potential” talents to be groomed for advanced leadership positions? The answer may surprise you. Too many women rely on “faith” to get ahead and Susan Colantuono identifies the skills that are “absolutely essential” for breaking through to senior positions- and explains why 50% of middle managers (women) aren’t focused on gaining those skills.

The learnference will persuade, motivate, empower, and influence the 21st century women to build not only confidence but the business of succeeding. This must-watch Ted talk will be screened during the learnference for women ready to take it to the next level. The goal for HWNT is engage each attendee and be the catalyst of change to put everyone woman on the right track from the beginning!! Men, don't be shy to attend...you are welcome to attend this event as well!

Featuring Panelists and Moderator:

Heath Oakes, Territory Sales Manager | Colonial Life

Rachel C. Ybarra, Executive Director/Value Investor | AT&T

Aassia Haq, Founder & CEO | Guidrr

Dr. Norma Figueroa, Assistant Professor School of Architecture | UT at Arlington

Featuring Moderator:

Mary Jo Gartner, Independent Consultant |

A special thanks to Hispanic 100 for their continuous support and generous financial contribution.

A special thanks to Urban Theory for its amazing graphic designing.
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By: HWNT Hispanic Women's Network of Texas, Dallas Chapter

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