Girl\'s Day 2008

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This is a presentation I gave to teachers and professional women on their role of leaders in Girl\\\'s Day activities this year. …

This is a presentation I gave to teachers and professional women on their role of leaders in Girl\\\'s Day activities this year.

The focus of the presentation is the necessity for the girls in the program to learn about the person and not just the profession.

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  • 1. Girls‘ Day 2008
  • 2. Girls‘ Day 2008 What do we usually do when we lead groups of female students in Girl‘s Day activities? Do we…
  • 3. Girls‘ Day 2008
    • Fill their heads
    • with…
    • Information
  • 4. or,
  • 5. Girls‘ Day 2008 Inspire them with … new ideas or perspectives
  • 6. Sure, they need detailed information about your profession. Details such as...
  • 7. Qualifications
  • 8. Skills
  • 9. Tasks
  • 10. Tools
  • 11. Technology
  • 12. Office communication
  • 13. Office organisation
  • 14. Modern work environment
  • 15. Alternative work environment
  • 16. Colleagues and customers
  • 17. Challenges
  • 18. But, they also need to meet the woman behind the job. They need to know about our...
  • 19. Role models
  • 20. Motivation
  • 21. Passion
  • 22. Talents
  • 23. Creativity
  • 24. Interests
  • 25. Success stories
  • 26. In this way, the girls we talk to today might begin to identify themselves with us and also as someone they want to be tomorrow.
  • 27. How wonderful would that be?