By Ashley Reyes
Females in the industry are invited to take part in the first-ever SEMA Businesswomen’s Network (SBN) Women’s Leadership Forum, where participants will acquire skills, develop a valuable support network and leave inspired to take on greater leadership roles in their personal and professional lives. Registration for the March 16–18 event taking place in Costa Mesa, California, is now available online.
With presentations led by experts, several from the world-renown Dale Carnegie Training Program, the program includes individual tracks and breakout sessions. The conference is a one-of-a-kind event featuring top-quality content that will meet each participant’s unique needs. From learning about employee engagement and the art of executive presence to personal development and leading with a passion, topics addressed during the two-and-a-half day program are practical and proven to have an immediate impact. Participants will also create and build skill sets through education, mentorship and small group discussions.
“Women in automotive face a variety of unique challenges,” said SBN Director Nicole Bradle. “This event is a safe environment for females to come together to express those challenges, as well as wins, knowing that the common goal is to advance all females. The varied activities and connections made will be unparallel to other industry events. Bonds will be created that will become a woman’s strongest allies throughout their career.”
Online registration is open through March 15. SBN members can register at a reduced rate of $499, compared to non-SEMA members at $699. Participants must make their own travel arrangements.
View the full program and register here.