CONNECT. CREATE. CHANGE.
How to Connect to Your Core and Follow Your Unique Path
Jen Slaw Presents CONNECT. CREATE. CHANGE. How to Connect to Your Core and Follow Your Unique Path at #WomenLeadNYC 2016. For Jen Slaw, that path is juggling – literally. A recovering structural engineer and world-record-holding expert juggler, she’s shared her unique approach to problem solving and life juggling on ABC News, Fox, Huffington Post Live, Good Day Sacramento, Good Day Philadelphia, the Late Show with David Letterman, Off-Broadway and TEDx stages & more.
Jen believes that we can only live truly meaningful, fulfilling, and BALANCED lives when we embrace what we love and CONNECT our strengths, passions, and core values – and encourage others to do the same.
#WomenLead NYC 2016 will convene a unique conference workshop combining an in-person conversation and break out workshops with a virtual real-time community to create action points and take-away strategies for women in leadership as well as great networking event to meet one another and cultivate meaningful relationships with women.
She shares her 4 key strategies for gaining confidence and making the decision to take action to CREATE the life you want. Discover how to build strength, dismantle limiting beliefs, and write your own story transitions to make positive CHANGE…just as Jen did from structural engineering to professional juggling and non-profit leadership.
Jen is now a nationally touring speaker, educator & performer, using principles of juggling to teach strategies that result in more balanced, productive, motivated, creative problem solvers and effective collaborators. Weaving juggling into training programs for clients including Fortune 500 companies, associations and non-profit organizations, Jen provides them with tools for fostering creative thinking, achievement, life balance, change management, and team building. Jen also serves as the director of the non-profit Juggling Life, an organization with a mission to engage and inspire youth through interactive arts programming. She holds degrees in engineering and art from Swarthmore College. Read and see more at jenslawspeaks.com