Make your own adventure

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As you look to progress in your career, you may be stumped on how to find opportunities to move upward. You may be waiting for the people in your organization to recognize your efforts with a promotion, and feel like your future is in someone else's hands. Indeed, all of us have the power to generate opportunities for ourselves by smartly investing our own sweat equity. And through the process, you will create your own careerequity, develop yourself as a leader, and pay it forward. Gail will share her own career investment steps (and missteps) as well as her journey growing into leadership. She will also discuss the challenges of having a demanding career (which she loves), and the adventures of being a female breadwinner, while juggling being a mom.

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  • Started actively connecting with other professional women and cheered them on.
  • I was still pretty frustrated with the work opportunities I had. So I started doing things outside of those boundaries.
  • I didn’t feel like I was the world’s best or an authority on anything. But I did feel that I had enough experience to speak with confidence and that I had something to say.
  • I took on roles that I had to grow into.
  • Started reaching out past Milwaukee and getting involved in groups that I didn’t know.
  • I needed to set some goals to focus my energy.
  • Authenticity
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