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Wednesdays Winning Women: Presents Judy Hoberman, Bestselling Author "Walking on the Glass Floor"

  • Veteran Women's Enterprise Center (VWEC) 4900 South Lancaster Road Dallas United States (map)

Our partners at Veteran Women Business Owners United (VWBOU) are pushing back their 3rd Wednesdays Winning Women event one week to Wednesday, June 26, 2019; however, the date is the only element of their program going back--they’re stepping up and stepping out, for a virtual walk on the glass floor.

Join us for June’s Wednesdays Winning Women featuring Judy Hoberman, bestselling author and President of “Walking on the Glass Floor” and “Selling In A Skirt.” Judy is an International Speaker, Trainer, Coach, and Mentor with more than 30 years in business, giving her both the knowledge and sense of humor, to effectively share how men and women sell, work and live differently. Judy’s presentation will enlighten and broaden your understanding of how both genders can collectively support our mutual success.

Her audiences; from 10 to 10,000, are engaged with details wrapped in memorable stories that that are easily implemented the same day. In 2016, Judy made an impressive TEDx presentation focused on pre-judging people—something we all do without even thinking. Judy has also written “Famous Isn’t Enough”, “Pure Wealth” and her latest book “Walking on the Glass Floor” already a best-seller, is about the soft skills of leadership. Judy has constructed a series of tactical strategies that rounds out a complete training and development program for women in leadership and the men that champion them. Just as important, the value of Judy’s expertise was immediately engaged; with her book just hot off the press, Judy completed a program from Cornell University's College of Business in Women in Leadership and a second program for Women in Entrepreneurship. Judy was also recently named as a Woman to Watch for International Women’s Day 2019 by Thrive Global.

Judy’s mission…to help One Woman A Day by following an important philosophy-“Women want to be treated equally, not identically” ™