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Women Giving Back supports women and children in crisis on a first step to stability by providing quality clothing at no cost, assisted by a caring and committed community. We believe all women and children should have access to the resources they need to succeed.
In 2007, the founders of Women Giving Back learned just how much women in shelters were struggling because they lacked appropriate clothing. They took action, beginning as a program under HomeAid Northern Virginia and operating out of a closet at the Northern Virginia’s Builder Association they began provided clothing to women in need. From grassroots humble beginnings, they have grown into an organization that serves more than 14,000 women and children in need every year. They amassed nearly 5,000 dedicated volunteers and roughly 800 referral partners throughout the Greater Washington Metro area.
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Presenter(s): Gina Weatherup, Chantilly Mediation & Facilitation
Managing remote or hybrid workers? There are tools for that! This interactive presentation will discuss how to effectively manage a team when you're not all in the same place, at the same time. We'll cover specific tools and tips and, if there's time, also touch on stress management tools for managers. All of the tools and tips discussed are grounded in emotional intelligence, helping managers make things easy for their teams - and themselves.
«Examine the challenges that arise when managing remotely.
«Learn about empathy as a cognitive tool to connect to your teams no matter where you are.
«Review practical tools to make remote meetings more effective.
«Discover practical tips for managing your own stress so you can be fully present for your team when needed.
Gina Weatherup believes we spend too much time working to not be happy at work. She founded Chantilly Mediation and Facilitation to help leaders create happier, more compassionate workplaces - knowing that this is not just the right thing to do, it’s the profitable thing to do. Gina is a trained mediator, holds a Master of Arts degree in Women’s Studies from The George Washington University, and a Professional Certificate in the Science of Happiness at Work. Gina is a member of the Virginia Mediation Network, the Mid-Atlantic Facilitator Network (MAFN), and the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM).