Unleash the Power of YOU at the Woman of Power Conference

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Lead. Learn. Leverage | Woman of Power ConferenceThe only person in the world who can create your life, in your time and in your way - is you. And that you must be your most authentic and genuine self, empowered by knowing and doing what only you can do best in the world. As you become more and more focused on the life and legacy you want to create and the person you want to become, you find clarity of purpose, renewed focus and energy and the motivation to re-invent to the next highest level of you.

This is a simple concept, but not an easy journey. Most of us need input and guidance along the way. We need new knowledge, understanding, vision and goals, and so much more. I can think of no better place to continue - or begin - this journey of self-development than at the Woman of Power Conference in Cleveland, Ohio on April 9-10, 2017

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The Woman of Power Conference gives you an opportunity to focus on your growth, development, relationships, insights and success.

This is a conference like no other. Solely focused on the leadership development of women - from all professions, backgrounds, levels of career, positions, socioeconomics and demographics - the Woman of Power Conference offers a day and a half of emersion into the issues and challenges we face, as well as the opportunities and potential before us to thrive in an ever changing world.  This one and a half day Woman of Power Conference surrounds us with amazing women and men and their stories of both success and failure; brilliant and accomplished speakers;  a vast array of personal and professional development resources;  a platform of learning; and rich and robust networking that will continue well beyond the conference. 

The Woman of Power Conference will take you to new and powerful levels of Leadership, Sustaining Talent, Taking Action and creating your best self and best life. Discover (or re-discover) your passion, your purpose - your inspiration. Learn how to build a life and career aligned to your core values and authentic self. And then, discover the action necessary to make the impact you dream of on your life and the lives of others. Transformation and reinvention will be the result.

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Roxanne Kaufman Elliott is President of ProLaureate, Author a certified facilitator/coach in several leadership and assessment programs and processes, and an award winning business/marketing strategist. Connect with her by visiting her website.

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