The WIP Webinar Committee commits to organizing educational webinars on a quarterly basis for its member community. Join colleagues and a professional facilitator to learn and discuss subject matters relevant to professional women both from a parking and career development perspective. Contact WIP if you are intersted in hosting a webinar or have suggestions.
All quarterly webinars are free to Women in Parking members. View upcoming and past webinars below.
Webinar Committee Chair: Christina Murray and Jennifer Rentz
The first session featured Andi Campbell, VP of HR for LAZ Parking. The webinar led us through an exploration of ways we can leverage what we know about the differences in how men and women communicate to be successful at work (and in life). Leave this session with some practical implementation techniques for approaching your …
Time is money and smart sales and marketing rely on connecting with the prospective customer to set a “memory experience” in motion. Develop an expo engagement strategy to anchor your company, product or service in the visitor’s mind. Join National Parking Association’s President Christine Banning and find out how to plan event marketing, demos, volunteerism …
Parking businesses have been using more and more platforms such as Twitter to drive branding, networking and education. This webinar is especially important for Women In Parking members because according to John’s research, a large part of his active followers are female professionals in the parking industry who are leading the movement to use such media tools. Join John as he reveals real case scenarios and shares a few ideas to get you going on growing a customer following.
This webinar features our very own WIP Leadership Board member Kirsten Dolan as she shares her personal experience with work/life balance. As a role model who has achieved both personal and professional success, Kirsten sets a great example of how to manage priorities and reach better balance. Join Kirsten as she shares why work/life balance struggles are not just a gender or generational issue but rather a universal personal journey.