5 ways to Fast-Track your climb up the ladder 

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Wednesday, December 12

11:20 PM Berlin Time

We're going to show you...

  • The 5 proven pillars you will need to build to take your career to the next level

  • Why manage unfair situations and overcome gender bias actually gets you have equal pay and fair promotion

  • You will discover how to build your personal brand you will lead initiatives, have your voice heard and use your entrepreneurial flair 

  • How to build a strong network and you will interact, collaborate and build relationship with a dynamic network of peers, leaders, mentors, coaches and sponsors.

  • I have to choose between career and “me” time... is OBSOLETE and how ask for being understood as a person, including your passions, interested, desires and needs both in and out of work.

  • How knowing what you want will help you find meaningful work where your contributions are valued.

  • How to do all while you focus on your transition starting early and purse targeted interventions

Joana Visa

Founder and CEO  of 35+Executive Women Coaching

Joana has jumped her career to the next level three times in her life: in 1994, after finishing her PhD in Veterinarian Medicine, in  2009 when she accepted an executive position and in 2016,  when she met her business partner, Tanja, and they decided to support executive women to jump the executive ladder and become leaders setting up a coaching company for executive women.

Testimonial: Dadilde Carvajal
(Entrepreneur)

Joana has given me the opportunity to explore my insecurities and find
the answers I need. Her openness to listen and being a smiling person
 with so energy “infected”  and allowed me to open in a trust space. I was able to move
forward in my career. She helped me close the assignments more clearly on my uncertainties.

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