Monday, April 19, 2021 at 1:00:00 PM Online event

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In partnership with General Assembly, join us for this free event!

About This Event
Communication is the most important skill set any professional can polish. Emotional well-being flows from the ability to clearly communicate what you want in life. Confidence flows from believing in yourself and trusting your capabilities. Way too often we find ourselves "stuck in our ways" through fear or a lack of support systems. How can we learn to trust in our strengths more and shine in our professions, rather than dissecting our weaknesses?

Join us to discover the secret sauce in communicating confidently while gaining credibility.

You'll be able to:

Master language patterns to use in difficult situations while keeping emotions in check
Discover powerful words and phrases you can use to build relationships and pump up productivity
Uncover the roots in communication challenges and how to overcome them
Polish your communication skills

None needed!

About the expert
Ericka Spradley
Chief PowHer Officer and Founder,
Confident Career Woman

Ericka Spradley is the Chief PowHer Officer and Founder of Confident Career Woman - the premier consulting firm for corporations and the mid-career professional woman who desires to advance, better manage her career, and go further faster. She believes every woman should excel at work but more importantly, that every woman should know her worth. This notion serves as a catalyst for her online career course platform as well as her latest book "Confident Career Woman: Ditch Perfection, Play Bigger and Make PowHer Moves."

As an experienced Coach, Author of 3 books, former Hiring Manager and Interview Trainer, not only does she offer long-term career guidance; she offers universal principles and transformational advice that helps clients uncover their competitive advantage in a way that maximizes their career.
As a result, at least 80% of Ericka's clients receive job offers and 100% of surveyed workshop attendees indicate their interviewing skills improved courtesy of her expertise. Her organizational partners include: Black Enterprise, Ellevate, DHG, LPL Financial, Novant Health and National Black MBA Association. In addition, she was recently selected as a featured Coach on Marigold, the #1 confidence app for women and her published articles have been accessed via, Arianna Huffington's Thrive Global, Yahoo! and The Ladders.

Feel free to visit or enroll in one of her online career courses at

About Our Partners
Girls in Tech Nashville

Founded in 2007 by Adriana Gascoigne, Girls in Tech is a nonprofit organization dedicated to eliminating the gender gap in tech. We have more than 60,000 members in 50+ chapters around the world.

We're committed to building the diverse and inclusive tech workforce the world needs. And we aim to see every person accepted, confident and valued in tech — just as they are. So, when you're asked how you fit into the industry, we want you to boldly say: "As I Am."

Philly Tech Sistas

Philly Tech Sistas is an organization aimed at helping women of color gain technical and professional skills in order to work, thrive, and move up in the tech industry. We do this by providing web development and design workshops as well as other professional development events that build up leadership, entrepreneurship, confidence, and community.

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