UCREW: Women@Work: Path to Success
Members are encouraged to bring college-aged (and beyond) family, interns, young associates, etc.
Date | Time | Location
Wednesday, October 16, 2019
3:30 pm – 6:00 pm
WSU Mike Ilitch School of Business
2771 Woodward Avenue
Rooms 139 & 145
Detroit, MI 48201
3:30 – 3:30 pm // Registration and Networking
3:30 – 3:40 pm // Welcome and Presidents Remarks
3:40 – 3:55 pm // Keynote Speaker
4:00 – 5:30 pm // Round Table Discussions
5:30 – 6:00 pm // Q&A and Networking
UCREW is a dynamic forum where local college students are invited to connect with commercial real estate professionals to discover careers, uncover opportunities, and forge a network that takes their career to the next level.
Meet with industry professionals and learn about the obstacles they faced and pivotal moments in their careers. Join us for a session of career networking and round table discussions, and learn the inside story of how to map your Path to Success. Download and share the event flyer.
CREW Detroit members are encouraged to attend the free event to provide networking and career advice to the attendees. Members are encouraged to bring male and female college-aged (and beyond) family, interns, young associates, etc. Share this informative flyer with your network.
Snacks and refreshments will be provided.
No cost to members or guests
Delilah Reynolds – Delilah has over 20 years of experience in operational leadership with a passion for equipping leaders and their teams for great success.
She is a successful operational leader, consultant, strategist, practitioner, trainer, coach and program developer in the following areas:
- Change Management
- Service Excellence
- Learning and Development
- Operational Excellence
- Leadership Development
- Coaching & Development (Leadership & Frontline)
- Organizational Knowledge Management
- Strategic Planning
Delilah’s holistic organizational development approach includes an emphasis on keeping it simple, leaders “modeling the way”, strategic analysis that focuses on using data to make decisions, how to “have the conversation” with giving and receiving feedback, servant and transparent leadership, effectively communicating for change and leading change, understanding how to bridge the gap of the “generational divide” and leveraging team members’ strengths for growth in their opportunity areas for development.
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