You’re Invited: Winning at the Game of Office Politics

It may not be an election year, but politics always have a role to play in navigating the workplace. Join Jo Miller and the Minneapolis/St. Paul Professional Chapter of MBA Women International for an interactive seminar about the unwritten rules of work. Register today to learn more about “Winning at the Game of Office Politics!”

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Winning at the Game of Office Politics

Begins: 10-03-2013 5:30 pm
Ends: 10-03-2013 7:30 pm
Location:
University of St. Thomas – Terrence Murphy Hall, Room 252
1000 LaSalle Ave
Minneapolis, Minnesota 55403
Member Price: $10.00
Non Member Price: $25.00
Guest Price: $0.00

Join the Minneapolis/St. Paul Professional Chapter of MBA Women International at our fall event: Winning at the Game of Office Politics.
Presented by Jo Miller, CEO of Women’s Leadership Coaching, this informative and interactive seminar will have everyone talking!  
Is it possible to navigate office politics without becoming a political animal?
As careers author Erin Burt has noted, “…avoiding (office) politics altogether can be deadly for your career. Every workplace has an intricate system of power, and you can — and should — work it ethically to your best advantage.”  
In this workshop, discover the unwritten “rules of the game” at work, and how to navigate them with savvy. Learn new ways to interpret the dynamics of power in your organization. Create a powerful workplace network—and access hidden resources and opportunities.
Learn more about Jo Miller and Women’s Leadership Coaching, Inc. here: www.womensleadershipcoaching.com
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