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Workshop Wednesday: Power of Feminine Empathic Leadership

Culture Shift(Hers) Unite!

March 6, 2024 12:00 PM
1:00 pm
Workshop Wednesday: Power of Feminine Empathic Leadership

Have you been called “highly sensitive” or “deep feeler” perhaps you value people first and communal impact? The Empathic leadership style keeps the greater good at the front and takes into the consideration the well being and advancement of others. As women step into positions of power and leadership, we create a space for questioning, collaboration, and vulnerability. In this interactive talk, we will explore how the implementation of empathy leads to sustainable change, growth and productivity.

More about Ber-Henda Williams:
Living her life in color, Ber-Henda Williams has been bilingual for more than 10 years. The "femolutionary", Keynote Speaker and Feminine Leadership Coach lives according to her name’s Germanic-Greek origin, “The Bear Hearted Protector” of Multiculturalism, Art and Womanhood. As a Wayne State University graduate, she holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Spanish and minor in International Marketing.

Ber-Henda was a featured presenter at SXSW's Interactive Tracks in 2016. She served as facilitator for numerous organizations and community groups such as Alternatives for Girls, Job Core, Women Organize Michigan. Ber-Henda also obliged as a translator/interpreter for companies such as IBM,The Multicultural Journalism Luncheon Featuring Alex Rodriquez - and for Detroit's own streetcar system, the QLine. She has hosted numerous cultural events and performed on stages such as The Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, The Music Hall, Hart Plaza and Festival of the Arts. She was also a guest speaker for Toyota Motor Company’s Juneteenth Celebration. Ber-Henda has a passion for poetry and speaking to inspire women and girls to live their most authentic lives.

Additionally, Ber-Henda was a guest lecturer for Detroit Creative Mornings, and has also facilitated workshops for numerous organizations and community groups such as ELLAS Latina Women’s Leadership Program, Dia de la Mujer, Women Organize Michigan and COTS.

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