I am preparing for a very exciting event this Sunday, the 16th Career Strategies Seminar presented by FEW Japan. The theme is Rockin’ Your Career – On Any Stage, At Any Age. I greatly admire the focus and I am super excited to be kicking the day off with some hoop flow and then leading the afternoon dynamic activities – let’s just say there will be lots of tapping into our inner rock stars and playing with our child!
Here is all the cool info…
On March 28th 2010, over 100 women will gather to participate in FEW Japan’s biennial Career Strategies Seminar (CSS), a full-day professional development event, held at Temple University Azabu Campus from 8:45-18:00.
The seminar, organized and led by experienced, successful female business leaders and mentors, consists of a series of hands-on workshops and skill-building sessions, to equip participants with the tools necessary to enhance their lives and careers in Japan. The format and content of this year’s workshops differs to that of previous years, and focuses on how women can navigate the current job landscape, while maximizing their own, unique potential. Some of the workshops topics for the day include Managing your Online Indentity, Ways to Rock your Resume, Succeeding in the Japanese Workplace and Creating Your Best Life. FEW encourages and welcomes new and past participants to attend this year’s all-new event, which places great emphasis on achieving both a healthy mind and body.
The CSS pre-registration fee is ¥12,000; pre-registration for FEW members and students is ¥10,000; registration on the day is ¥15,000. Morning refreshments, lunch and a wine reception are included in the ticket price. For more information, please visit: http://www.fewjapan.com
More about FEW
FEW (For Empowering Women) is a non-profit organization founded in 1981. Since its inception FEW has evolved greatly and now boasts two chapters, one in Tokyo and one in Osaka, with a current membership of over 250 women from more than 20 countries. Today, FEW’s mission is to empower English-speaking women of all ages, backgrounds and stages of their careers to reach their full personal and professional potential in Japan.