Harvard Business Review Discussion & Ladies Night!
Washington, DC • February 4, 2020
Think of this evening as a book club, meets wine club, meets power networking hour. Our goal of these gatherings is to encourage women to meet, mingle, and talk about work in a casual setting.
Tuesday, February 4, 2020 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM ESTIvy Wild
1328 Florida Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20009
Think of this evening as a book club, meets wine club, meets power networking hour. This quarter we will discuss The Elements of Good Judgment from the January-February 2020 issue.
WHO SHOULD COME:
This event is open to women and significantly female-identified people who work - that is it!* It doesn't matter if you work for a huge company or you are a solo practitioner/entrepreneur. What we ask is that if you join the conversation it should be in a productive and insightful way but you can also just come and listen!
We were so excited to hear that so many of our colleagues were geeking out over the latest HBR and so we wanted to provide a fun environment to get together, drink some wine and chat! The first HBR night was held in May 2017 and we received so much fantastic feedback that this is now our eighth event and we have expanded to NY.
This quarter, we will be gathering at Ivy Wild. Ivy Wild is a woman-owned, local boutique that brings the best non-toxic, high-performance skincare and makeup brands to Washington, DC. And an extra perk...for our event, Ivy Wild is offering 15% off in store! Be sure to bring your wallets and skincare/beauty questions.
6:30PM – Arrive, mix & mingle
7:00PM – Discussion begins
8:00PM – More mixing and mingling
9:00PM – You don’t have to go home, but you can’t stay here
This event will be intentionally intimate in size but we hope that you will reach out to a few folks in your network who might enjoy this type of conversation and ask them to join the fun!
Looking forward to seeing you again or meeting you soon!
Fringe Professional Development
*We use an inclusive definition of “woman” and “female” and we welcome trans women, genderqueer women, and non-binary people who are significantly female-identified.
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