Thank you to our 2016 Silent Auction Donors & Volunteers!

:: We are so grateful to everyone who contributed to the success of this year’s silent auction on September 15, 2016! The participation and collaboration of our extended community helped us exceed our goals for this year’s event. The proceeds of this event help supplement membership income to pay for Women In Consulting’s operating expenses and a portion of the proceeds go to our favorite non-profit: Second Harvest Food Bank of Santa Clara and San Mateo Counties. It takes a village to run … [Read more...]

Come Explore WIC’s New Website!

:: WIC's new website is live! We are so excited about our new modern website. Its responsive design, personalized display, and intuitive navigation allow you to easily access important information—the calendar of events, the WIC directory, your member profile, membership information, and much more. As part of the new website's development we also changed the names of our membership levels. 'Community Members' are now called 'Basic Members,' and 'Full Members' are now known as 'Premium … [Read more...]

Developing a Thought Leadership Strategy with Charlene Li

Charlene Li, WIC's featured speaker for February, spoke on “Leadership in the Digital Age.” She presented on how relationships are formed in this digital era, how to become a thought leader, and offered tips on developing a communication strategy, setting goals, and increasing engagement.   Thought leaders are inspirational, empowering, visionary. As a thought leader you are able to inspire and add value for your followers by sharing knowledge, ideas, and information. The following … [Read more...]

Exploring the Middleman Economy with Marina Krakovsky

WIC's first guest speaker of 2016 was Marina Krakovsky who spoke on the middleman economy today, why it is so important, and how consultants can harness their role as middlemen to create greater value for themselves and their clients. Marina argues that rather than middleman becoming obsolete due to the internet, they are more important today than ever before. While some would say that middlemen are disappearing with disintermediation, she points out the new roles and identities that they … [Read more...]

All About Connection – An Evening With Kristy Rogers

As the featured speaker of the November general meeting, Kristy Rogers spoke on creating genuine connection and getting the most out of networking, followed by an interactive activity where the group was able to practice their new networking skills. Below are the key points of her program along with some great tips to help you increase your networking success. As Kristy says: "The ability to produce results is all about connection." What is Connection?  It involves being liked, being … [Read more...]

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