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The 3 Keys to Transformation

Are you looking to create strong, powerful relationships? Do you feel rushed, stressed, and constantly busy? Maybe you want that perfect ingredient to creating a life of fulfillment?

Join this webinar with Leisa Reid, Speaker, Author and Trainer, to take an in-depth look at how to transform in the workplace, at home, and everywhere else.

In this session you will learn:
1. Learn the 3 steps to closing the gap between what you have and what you want
2. Learn the transformation secrets that have worked for THOUSANDS of people over the last 25 years

About the speaker:
Leisa Reid is a Professional Speaker & Author who presents to thousands of people on the topic of "Creating a Winning Mindset." After 20+ years of Management, Sales and Executive Leadership, Leisa joined Productive Learning, a personal development company specializing in helping people close the gap between what they have and what they truly desire.

In 2013 Leisa spearheaded and founded the highly successful OC Speakers Network, an organization that supports speakers who wish to share their expertise. In 2016, her book "Manage to Success: A Guide to Cultivating Happy and Productive Employees" was published.
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Women make up only 37% of the tech workforce at entry level, and this percentage drops with each incremental advance in their careers. This series will outline the current state of the tech industry, the challenges women are facing in hi-tech careers, as well as shed light on the opportunities that are opening up for women in tech.

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