Dear WIPLA Members,
You spoke; we listened. Based on your comments and suggestions, we have updated both the look and the functionality of our website. With the new WIPLA.NET, we are excited to offer you on-line membership applications, payment and renewals, profile management, event registration, and much, much more. Do you have a recently published article you would like to promote? Do you have a job opening you would like to post? Do you simply want to connect with other WIPLA members? All of those options, and more, are now accessible through WIPLA.NET.
To take full advantage of this fresh start, we are asking all WIPLA members to take a few minutes to log in and update their contact information. You will be able to log in using the email you have on file with WIPLA. Because we could not migrate the passwords from the previous site, however, please choose the “Forgot Password” option to set up a new password. If you have any problems, please send an email to email@example.com or use the Contact Us tab.
Get involved today and register for our May event:
Foley & Lardner LLP and WIPLA
invite you to join us for a workshop entitled:
3 Rules to Break to Breakthrough to Success
Wednesday, May 22, 2013
6:30 PM Wine and Cheese Reception
7:00 PM Panel Discussion
Is working hard all that's needed to become a leader?
Come find out why hard work is essential, but not enough.
Today, transitioning from being a hard-working doer to a leader can be tricky. In this seminar, you will discover how our old, internal rules are obstacles to career advancement and how, with a new set of personal rules, you can excel in your career and be a true leader.
Among the things you will learn are:
- Which of your old rules need to be broken and how to break them
- How to establish new rules that define and create success
- Why your career success depends on transitioning from being a "doer" to being a leader
- Why you have to ask for what you want
- How to make a plan for your career and stop waiting for someone else to recognize your potential
Who should attend:
This workshop is designed for professional business women who are transitioning -- or desire to -- into senior leadership positions in their organizations.
Foley & Lardner
555 California Street, Suite 1700
San Francisco, CA 94104