Henderson Franklin’s Traci McKee presents “Difficult Conversations in the Workplace”, August 10th
Businesswomen and men throughout the community are invited to register
Estero, Florida – The Imperial River Chapter® of the American Business Women’s Association (ABWA) invites professional women (and men!) in the South Lee County business community to attend its next meeting. Traci McKee of the Henderson Franklin law firm presents “Difficult Conversations in the Workplace”, Wednesday August 10th 2016 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM at the Holiday Inn Fort Myers Airport at Town Center. Networking, professional development presentation, and business dinner are included in the registration fee of $30 per person.
Traci’s presentation features effective preparation and delivery methods for addressing common communication challenges in the workplace. Attendees can learn techniques and gain skills to help successfully launch and navigate challenging conversations with subordinates, co-workers, clients, and managers.
Traci McKee is a stockholder in Henderson Franklin’s Torts and Insurance Practice department. Although she concentrates her practice on defending professionals in malpractice lawsuits and grievance disputes, Traci also represents individuals, corporations, and governmental entities involved in personal injury, products liability, and toxic tort disputes.
Please reserve your seat ($30) via Eventbrite by Sunday August 7th 2016
About the Imperial River Chapter
The newly-established Imperial River Chapter of ABWA has been created to serve the growing population of South Lee County, Florida, focusing on Estero and Bonita Springs. We support ABWA’s mission of “changing lives, one woman at a time” by offering opportunities for networking and professional development, as well as recognition for personal and professional growth. The chapter meets on the 2nd Wednesday of every month at the Holiday Inn Fort Myers Airport @ Town Center. For more information or to register for one or more of their events, visit http://www.ABWAImperialRiver.org, or email Lynda Rubenstein.
Founded in 1949, ABWA provides business training and networking opportunities for women of diverse occupations and backgrounds. ABWA has dedicated 60 years to women’s education, workplace skills and career development training.