VIRTUAL WORKSHOP ALERT! This Thursday! On the last social media platform to post and still get organic likes and engagement to find new clients

The Last Place You Can Post

And people actually see it

This Thursday we present a virtual workshop on the last social media platform where you can brand yourself, publish thought leadership, and engage new clients—organically.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Virtual Workshop 12pm Thursday

Engagement is down on the platforms we know and love (Facebook and Instagram) as both reach capacity. As they move to a pay-to-play model, we present Joe Apfelbaum’s virtual workshop on how to engage and attract new clients on LInkedin. I took his webinars twice and immediately put his tips into action:

  • I changed the tagline under my name to share the types of clients I am seeking for LadyDrinks
  • I changed my “about” section to be written in the third person and a bio that anybody can cut and paste when they need to introduce me
  • I began publishing thought leadership.

YOU CAN still brand yourself as a thought leader with the audience you have built. I strongly encourage this virtual workshop because I have already reaped the benefits of it.

RSVP TO THIS THURSDAY’S VIRTUAL WORKSHOP

Mona Panjwani first wrote me in 2015. She had a fledgling event planning business. It was her passion away from her corporate identity as a compensation analyst. I invited her to an event and she said, “Who do I talk to? How do I network?”​ She was overwhelmed by the prospect of engaging strangers and talking about herself. It’s been amazing as both her friend and her colleague to watch her blossom from that day to a full fledged lady boss. Today she is the new owner of Lokal Eatery and Bar, a gastropub in Jersey City. Her member spotlight here.

READ THIS WEEK’S MEMBER SPOTLIGHT

So it’s the festive season again and you are tearing your hair out, trying to figure out

  • What to wear
  • What jewelry to wear with it
  • What to gift
  • Where to go to get gifts
  • Outsource your party planning

This Diwali, we have the answer. Come shop for all your Diwali gifting needs at the LadyDrinks Small Business Bazaar at Luminary 1204 Broadway, 6pm-8pm .

Vendors went through an application process. A committee decided on the final list. And now all you have to do is SHOP! and support a woman owned business.

Light food and drinks will be provided for the ticket price.

RSVP TO SHOP AT THE LADYDRINKS DIWALI BAZAAR

We are hosting the first small business Diwali bazaar in 2019, encouraging New Yorkers to shop women owned businesses for their gifting needs

Small Business Diwali

October 17th

This Diwali, we are encouraging New Yorkers to shop small business for their gifting needs. Learn how you can be a vendor at the LadyDrinks Small Business Diwali.

Event

Calling all vendors! The LadyDrinks Small Business Diwali Bazaar October 17th at Luminary 1204 Broadway,  6pm-8pm will feature 10 women vendors. The public will be invited to come shop for their gifting needs.

Vendor slots are $150/slot. We invite you to submit your application to reserve a spot.

All requests will be forwarded to a small committee who will review your product line to ensure a balanced experience for our shoppers.

If you are selected, we give you our commitment to do everything in our power to attract a quality clientele through strategic marketing, electronic newsletters and social media. Your success is our success.

To request a spot, please contact Monika Anush at monika@lezazzu.shop

APPLY TO THE LADYDRINKS DIWALI BAZAAR

This Saturday, I’m was interviewed on a podcast by LadyDrinks Member Farah Khan, Principal and Creative Director and H9 House of Design in Montreal.  Her top most question for me was: “As South Asian women, we’re taught to be humble and submissive.  How can we train ourselves to become a more confident advocate for ourselves in the workplace? I crowdsourced answers from YOU. Read here.

This week’s LadyDrinks Member Spotlight is on Artist & Relational Waste Expert Rita Patel. I first learned about her when she became a LadyDrinks member last year. We met in person when I hosted LadyDrinks Chicago May 20th. I was so taken by the fact that she took a bus from Detroit to Chicago to attend the private tour of women only artists at the Art Institute of Chicago. But then, as we dig deeper, art and beauty are a big piece of Rita’s life.

READ MEMBER SPOTLIGHT ON RITA PATEL

Here is a lightning round of what you need to know about NY Fashion Week as it gets underway, and how you can take part this week

New York Fashion Week

Sept 5-13th

New York Fashion Week gets underway this week. What you need to know and how can you take part? Also, jumpstarting your productivity after the long holiday weekend.

Private Tour

Here is a lightning round of what you need to know about NY Fashion Week as it gets underway, and how you can take part

1. The first NY Fashion week was held in 1943, during WWII, when fashion industry insiders were unable to travel to Paris to see French fashion shows

2. 2019 is the year of Tom Ford. Ford is the newly-crowned chairman of the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA).  Diane Von Furstenberg stepped down.

2. Fashion week used to take place at Bryant Park and Lincoln Center for. This year, it is largely taking place at Spring Studios, including IMG’s series of talks and panel discussions.

3. It’s a condensed schedule this Fall. Only 5 days and 5 nights.

4. YOU can be a part of Fashion Week this Friday.  September 6th at 6pm, LadyDrinks is headed to the Metropolitan Museum of Art for a private tour. Docent Margaret Samu of the Parsons School of Design will lead us on an hour tour of how fashion has evolved through the ages.

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I always come back from a vacation with a bit of malaise. I took my foot off the gas pedal of my work life and now I gotta go from zero to sixty. If you are experiencing the same on this Tuesday, some of my tips for jumpstarting your productivity today.

I have attended two of Joe Apfelbaum’s virtual workshops and saw immediate returns. The number of people I’m networking with DAILY has gone up. The thought leadership I am generating has gone up. My overall views of my profile have gone up. At the end of the day, we are all building personal and professional brands. We are also looking to cultivate new business.

This course specifically helps people change the way they use LinkedIn for networking and sales; students who take the course will develop the strategy, assets, and accountability to be consistent with social marketing efforts. Our audience is mainly consultants, coaches, business owners, people in sales, or anyone who wants to learn how to leverage LinkedIn to build relationships, make connections, and grow their business.

SIGN UP FOR THE LINKEDIN VIRTUAL WORKSHOP

We interview Leena Patel on “BUILDING COMPANY CULTURE” in our next LadyDrinks VIRTUAL WORKSHOP October 10th.

Leena Patel is author of the book Raise Your Innovation IQ For two decades, she has helped executive teams around the world lead change, drive innovation, and develop a winning culture of creativity, collaboration, and inclusion.

Who is this virtual workshop for:

  • Anyone leading a non profit and building a culture
  • Anyone in a corporate and building a team and its culture
  • Anyone with a startup and looking to build the company values and culture

What you get out of the webinar

  • 20 minutes establishing trends in the market, and how companies are innovating.
  • 40 minutes where each attendee shares a situation specific to them and gets one on one coaching.

SIGN UP FOR “BUILDING COMPANY CULTURES” VIRTUAL WORKSHOP

Our October 3rd workshop is for anyone who has ever wanted to be a better public speaker to attract more opportunities and be seen as a thought leader. An expert.

In this module, taught by LadyDrinks member and professional speaker Robyn Hatcher, we will learn to overcome our fears of public speaking, build our self confidence, and attract opportunities! Learn to increase your empathy. Learn to understand and read an audience.

Event timeline:

  • 20 minutes: Discover your “Why,” “Who” and “What” – Clarify your topic, your audience and your purpose for speaking
  • 30 minutes: Create your “How” – Learn how to structure and outline an engaging presentation and how to create and incorporate story into your talk.
  • 30 minutes: Polishing your “How to” – Tips and exercises on how to strengthen your delivery skills. – Body language and vocal tone.
  • 40 minutes: Practice, feedback and questions

SIGN UP FOR THE PUBLIC SPEAKING WORKSHOP

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A group of us are celebrating a member birthday in South America. After a cooking class kick-off, our takeaways. It was so much more than culinary.

Cooking Coconut Rice

In Cartagena, Colombia

A group of us are celebrating a member birthday in South America. Member Shanam Kapoor, who traditionally hosts team-building activities back home, found a cooking class to kick the week off. But, what we learned, was so much more than culinary.

We come from a fast culture in New York. I shove breakfast down my gullet as I run for the bus and apply mascara at the same time. But here in sleepy Cartagena, the heat forces everyone to slow down. We have flown to South America to celebrate a member birthday. For our first night as a group, we engaged in a 3-hour cooking class on Airbnb experiences. My takeaways.

READ “COOKING COCONUT RICE IN CARTAGENA”

This week’s LadyDrinks Member Spotlight is on graphic designer and illustrator Navina Chhabria. I worked with her to design the cover of my memoir The Perfect Indian Daughter. I’m someone who usually has a clear vision of what I want. On this count, I had –none. I figured if I knew so little about the design and illustration process, others may have similar questions. My Q&A with Navina, breaking it all down.

I have attended two of Joe Apfelbaum’s virtual workshops and saw immediate returns. The number of people I’m networking with DAILY has gone up. The thought leadership I am generating has gone up. My overall views of my profile have gone up. At the end of the day, we are all building personal and professional brands. We are also looking to cultivate new business.

This course specifically helps people change the way they use LinkedIn for networking and sales; students who take the course will develop the strategy, assets, and accountability to be consistent with social marketing efforts. Our audience is mainly consultants, coaches, business owners, people in sales, or anyone who wants to learn how to leverage LinkedIn to build relationships, make connections, and grow their business.

SIGN UP FOR THE LINKEDIN VIRTUAL WORKSHOP

 

We are working on a more community driven newsletter each week. Tips in his newsletter on how to manage up and how to avoid burnout.

Managing up and Managing burnout

Plus Social Sellin on Linkedin

We are working on a more community driven newsletter each week. Tips in his newsletter on how to manage up and how to avoid burnout. Plus the most compelling workhop you have ever taken on LInkedin. Read below.

Solutions

A member wrote in with the following question:

“Could you share some tips on this? I am learning new information every day with my new job and figuring out how to manage up (and down) is becoming a priority”

Harvard Business Review lists the types of bosses we all know (and love)

  • A brand new boss, someone you’ve never met before.
  • A manager you don’t see face-to-face because he/she works in another location
  • An insecure boss (hint: it’s important to know how to tame his ego)
  • An all-knowing or indecisive boss
  • A manager who gives you conflicting messages
  • A long-winded boss
  • A hands-off boss
  • A boss that’s actually a board of directors

Here are tips on Managing UP! based on authors/experts I’ve interviewed.

READ “I’M BURNED OUT” ….AND HOW TO AVOID IT

I have attended two of Joe Apfelbaum’s virtual workshops and saw immediate returns. The number of people I’m networking with DAILY has gone up. The thought leadership I am generating has gone up. My overall views of my profile have gone up. At the end of the day, we are all building personal and professional brands. We are also looking to cultivate new business.

This course specifically helps people change the way they use LinkedIn for networking and sales; students who take the course will develop the strategy, assets, and accountability to be consistent with social marketing efforts. Our audience is mainly consultants, coaches, business owners, people in sales, or anyone who wants to learn how to leverage LinkedIn to build relationships, make connections, and grow their business.

SIGN UP FOR THE LINKEDIN VIRTUAL WORKSHOP

We interview Leena Patel on “BUILDING COMPANY CULTURE” in our next LadyDrinks VIRTUAL WORKSHOP October 10th.

Leena Patel is author of the book Raise Your Innovation IQ For two decades, she has helped executive teams around the world lead change, drive innovation, and develop a winning culture of creativity, collaboration, and inclusion.

Who is this virtual workshop for:

  • Anyone leading a non profit and building a culture
  • Anyone in a corporate and building a team and its culture
  • Anyone with a startup and looking to build the company values and culture

What you get out of the webinar

  • 20 minutes establishing trends in the market, and how companies are innovating.
  • 40 minutes where each attendee shares a situation specific to them and gets one on one coaching.

SIGN UP FOR “BUILDING COMPANY CULTURES” VIRTUAL WORKSHOP

Our October 3rd workshop is for anyone who has ever wanted to be a better public speaker to attract more opportunities and be seen as a thought leader. An expert.

In this module, taught by LadyDrinks member and professional speaker Robyn Hatcher, we will learn to overcome our fears of public speaking, build our self confidence, and attract opportunities! Learn to increase your empathy. Learn to understand and read an audience.

Event timeline:

  • 20 minutes: Discover your “Why,” “Who” and “What” – Clarify your topic, your audience and your purpose for speaking
  • 30 minutes: Create your “How” – Learn how to structure and outline an engaging presentation and how to create and incorporate story into your talk.
  • 30 minutes: Polishing your “How to” – Tips and exercises on how to strengthen your delivery skills. – Body language and vocal tone.
  • 40 minutes: Practice, feedback and questions

SIGN UP FOR THE PUBLIC SPEAKING WORKSHOP

We preview the fall line up with two leadership focused workshops

Two important workshops this fall

Building company culture and public speaking

Our two October workshops are targeted at anyone who is building a company culture and wants to be a more influential speaker.

At the last 15 woman dinner, we learned that some are struggling with building company culture. To rise to that request, we interview Leena Patel,Founder of Sandbox2Boardroom.com, on our next LadyDrinks Webinar October 10th

Leena Patel is also the author of the book Raise Your Innovation IQ: 21 Ways to Think Differently During Times of ChangeFor two decades, she has helped executive teams around the world lead change, drive innovation, and develop a winning culture of creativity, collaboration, and inclusion.

She will also talk about her corporate training methodology “Gamulation.”

Who is this webinar for:

  • Anyone leading a non profit and building a culture
  • Anyone in a corporate and building a team and its culture
  • Anyone with a startup and looking to build the company values and culture

What you get out of the webinar

  • 20 minutes establishing trends in the market, and how companies are innovating.
  • 40 minutes where each attendee shares a situation specific to them and gets one on one coaching.

RSVP TO THE BUILDING COMPANY CULTURE WEBINAR

Our October 3rd workshop is for anyone who has ever wanted to be a better public speaker to attract more opportunities and be seen as a thought leader. An expert.

In this module, taught by LadyDrinks member and professional speaker Robyn Hatcher, we will learn to overcome our fears of public speaking, build our self confidence, and attract opportunities! Learn to increase your empathy. Learn to understand and read an audience.

RSVP TO THE PUBLIC SPEAKING WORKSHOP

I was featured on a podcast last week and the question I was asked, “How do I dream up my events?”

I’m always thinking of strange and wonderful things to do. Even as a personal hobby. Don’t have plans for Christmas? I constructed a tour of Argentine wine country. Why do a normal birthday celebration when you can re enact a murder mystery in an Upper East Side mansion? I’ve always had a passion for this, bringing people together around unique experiences. It just so happens that I have turned it into a business.

in this article are my steps to throwing a successful event. READ ARTICLE

Monday, I spoke at a company about assertiveness in the workplace. Some takeaways here.

Madeira Tasting!

LADYDRINKS RINGS IN 8 YEARS 

Our women’s movement is now eight years old and we are celebrating. Also, what does it mean to be assertive versus aggressive in the workplace?

 

A reminder that this Saturday, we celebrating!

In partnership with the NY Adventure Club, we host a private tour of Liberty Hall, Home of New Jersey’s first governor followed by a madeira tasting on the patio.

What is madeira?

A fortified wine made on the Portuguese islands, off the coast of Africa. Madeira is produced in a variety of styles ranging from dry wines which can be consumed as an aperitif to sweet wines usually consumed with dessert.

Why madeira?

Madeira was also a regular port of call for ships travelling to the East Indies. The Dutch East India Company became a regular customer, picking up large (112 gal/423 l) casks of wine known as “pipes” for their voyages to India.

During a recent restoration of Liberty Hall, belonging to William Livingston, New Jersey’s first elected governor, one of the country’s largest and rarest collections of 18th-century Madeira wine was discovered tucked away in the wine cellar. We will toast to the 8 year anniversary of LadyDrinks with a Madeira tasting just as his fellow founding fathers did after signing the Declaration of Independence.

 

What’s included in your ticket:

  • An overview of the historic property throughout the past three centuries
  • A private exploration of the mansion dating back to 1772 with access inside historic bedrooms, parlors, and the wine cellar
  • A closer look at the museum’s extensive collections of antiques including furniture, ceramics, textiles, toys, and tools
  • Stories of the ancestors of the Livingston and Kean families, which have included governors, U.S. Congressmen and senators, entrepreneurs, and pioneering women
  • Delicious catering by LadyDrinks member Sanketa Jain, Eat Krave Love
  • And a wine tasting of four different types of Madeira on the back patio!

See you there!

Event Sponsors

Neetu Jain and Arvind Bhandari, Cookie Cutters Haircuts for Kids-Livingston

Sanketa Jain, Eat Krave Love

As an extension of my work with LadyDrinks, I do a fair amount of public speaking at corporates and host workshops on leadership. Monday, I spoke to the Asian American Pacific Islander employee resource group at a biopharma company on the topic of assertiveness.

Sometimes, as a culture, we weren’t taught to be assertive at home and that dings us when it comes to getting what we want (and deserve) in the workplace. I spoke from my experiences as a TV business anchor who regularly reported from the floor the New York Stock Exchange, which was largely male dominated. I also spoke from my real world experience in helming a female leadership group today.  My colleague Dr. Matt Mullarkey presented from a more academic perspective with key studies on Asian cultures that shape communication styles.

Our biggest takeaway was that being assertive = win win for both sides. Being aggressive is a win for only my side.

Other takeaways

  1. Believe in your own value when negotiating
  2. Actively listen when engaging in a conversation and know your audience. Know how your audience/boss/peer likes to be engaged. Do they like alot of conversation or do they want you to get to the point?
  3. Don’t be afraid to use the power of the pause. Pauses allow you to gather your thoughts. It’s also a powerful negotiating tactic.
  4. When asking for a raise or a project promotion,  provide supporting statements and data. Write yourself bullet points if you get nervous
  5. Be clear about what you want from your career trajectory and don’t be afraid to share it. Never assume people automatically know.
  6. If you are already assertive and see others struggling to share items that are additive to a meeting, lift them up. “I know that Jill had a great point the other day on this topic. Jill why don’t you share?”

Two ways to engage with LadyDrinks this week: Self care and mindset Workshop Wednesday.

Up your ad game

FACEBOOK ADS WEBINAR THIS THURSDAY

We all know that engagement is down on Facebook. The platform is simply at capacity with over 2 billion users on it. Learn how you can leverage Facebook ads for your small business.

Casey and Carly of Uppercasebrands

A reminder that this Thursday June 25th at noon is the LadyDrinks Webinar on “HOW TO BUILD EFFECTIVE FACEBOOK ADS”  

Social media engagement is down on Facebook. Posts are rarely getting seen and getting even less likes. The platform is at capacity now that Facebook had 2.38 billion monthly active users. So the platform has migrated to a ‘Pay to Play’ model.   July 25th 12-1pm Carly Deiter and Casey Brown, from Uppercasebrands, will lead  this tutorial on how to create hyper local and targeted ads for your business.  We will also review a case study of a business that had success with placing Facebook ads.

Event timeline

  • For the first twenty minutes of the webinar, we will talk about the benefits of Facebook ads and present a case study of a successful ad campaign that converted customers.
  • Then we engage in a round robin, where all participants on the call will have a chance to ask their own questions and get one on one coaching on the subject.

About Upper Case Brands

The ladies who will be our experts have their own agency Upper Case BrandsCasey Brown is Founder & CEO. She oversees all Uppercase accounts and manages strategy and execution of campaigns. She launched Uppercase Brands as a Facebook advertising agency in 2016, working with more than 30+ brands. At Facebook, Casey worked in marketing on the Ad Tech team.  Carly Deiter is Partner & Head of Business Development. She manages all new business and consults with all clients to determine business strategy and revenue growth opportunities. With a background in start-ups and big tech, Carly is a seasoned industry veteran with 10+ years of experience in business strategy, sales & BD. At Facebook, she worked in ad sales and business expansion working with leading brands and partners. At Uber, Carly built out Uber for Business’ Partner Management team and managed Uber’s largest global Fortune 
100 partnerships.

RSVP TO THE FACEBOOK ADS WEBINAR JULY 25TH

July 24th, LadyDrinks rings in 8 years of events with an important workshop on mindset building and self care at Sisley Paris

 

Why Mindset?

At a recent retreat, an entire morning was devoted to the importance of MINDSET. Rather than repeat the same action, and hope for different results, we were encouraged to take a few steps back and investigate our initial thoughts. Were we thinking that we could win? Or did we think that we would fail? Remember – thoughts become beliefs. Beliefs beget emotions. Emotions propel us to act in a way that yields desired results. Without the right mindset however, all of the rest is in vain. So how then do you maintain a success mindset? This is what we will workshop at this event!

Why Self-Care?

A common theme of our Sunday accountability groups is how much we neglect our self-care. This carries a significant cost. At the recent Bloomberg Breakaway Summit, Liz Hilton Segal – head of McKinsey North America – credited her dedication to self care for allowing her to successfully manage a team of thousands. Neglecting ourselves can have a ripple effect onto our family and employees. This event aims to kick start your personal rejuvenation! What better way to launch a new self care initiative than a facial with new friends, led by the experts at Sisley Paris?

RSVP TO FUN FACIALS AND FOCUS

Up your sales, grow traffic to your website, and convert more visitors to customers!

Facebook and Google Ads Workshops

ENGAGEMENT IS DOWN ON SOCIAL MEDIA

Learn how you can up your conversions and boost your sales with these important LadyDrinks tutorials coming up in July.

JULY 18th GOOGLE ADS AND REMARKETING WEBINAR
July 18th 12-1pm Priscilla Soriano, who is a certified Google Ad words professional, will be leading a webinar, breaking down how to build an effective Google ad campaign for your business. For the first twenty minutes, we will talk about the benefits of google ads and present a case study of a successful ad campaign that converted customers. Then we will do a round robin, where all participants on the call will have a chance to ask their own questions and get one on one coaching on the subject.

RSVP TO THE GOOGLE ADS WEBINAR JULY 18TH

JULY 25TH FACEBOOK ADS WEBINAR
Social media engagement is down on Facebook. Posts are rarely getting seen and getting even less likes. The platform is at capacity now that Facebook had 2.38 billion monthly active users. So the platform has migrated to a ‘Pay to Play’ model.   July 25th 12-1pm Carly Deiter and Casey Brown, from Uppercasebrands, will lead  this tutorial on how to create hyper local and targeted ads for your business.  We will also review a case study of a business that had success with placing Facebook ads.

RSVP TO THE FACEBOOK ADS WEBINAR JULY 25TH

July 24th, LadyDrinks rings in 8 years of events with an important workshop on mindset building and self care at Sisley Paris

 

Why Mindset?

At a recent retreat, an entire morning was devoted to the importance of MINDSET. Rather than repeat the same action, and hope for different results, we were encouraged to take a few steps back and investigate our initial thoughts. Were we thinking that we could win? Or did we think that we would fail? Remember – thoughts become beliefs. Beliefs beget emotions. Emotions propel us to act in a way that yields desired results. Without the right mindset however, all of the rest is in vain. So how then do you maintain a success mindset? This is what we will workshop at this event!

Why Self-Care?

A common theme of our Sunday accountability groups is how much we neglect our self-care. This carries a significant cost. At the recent Bloomberg Breakaway Summit, Liz Hilton Segal – head of McKinsey North America – credited her dedication to self care for allowing her to successfully manage a team of thousands. Neglecting ourselves can have a ripple effect onto our family and employees. This event aims to kick start your personal rejuvenation! What better way to launch a new self care initiative than a facial with new friends, led by the experts at Sisley Paris?

Do you want to create a winning mindset and prioritize more self care?Be at the LadyDrinks workshop at Sisley Paris July 24th.

Learn to craft a winning mindset

BOOST YOUR CONFIDENCE

Last week, I attended two summits with the nation’s top CEOs. Two consistent themes were the need to set a specific mindset and the importance of self-care.

 

 

In the last few weeks, I had the privilege of attending two important summits. One was the Bloomberg Breakaway CEO Summit, featuring some of the top business leaders in the world commenting on work culture and how to improve it. The second was the Ellevate Mobilize Summit. We had partnered on this important event to elevate dialogue on installing more diverse women in positions of power in the workplace. Mindset and Self-Care are themes that came up again and again at both events.

Why Mindset?

At a recent business retreat I attended, an entire morning was devoted to the importance of MINDSET. Rather than repeat the same action, and hope for different results, we were encouraged to take a few steps back and investigate our initial thoughts. Were we thinking that we could win? Or did we think that we would fail? Remember – thoughts become beliefs. Beliefs beget emotions. Emotions propel us to act in a way that yields desired results. Without the right mindset however, all of the rest is in vain. So how then do you maintain a success mindset? This is what we will workshop at this event!

Why Self-Care?

A common theme of our Sunday accountability groups is how much we neglect our self-care. This carries a significant cost. At the recent Bloomberg Breakaway Summit, Liz Hilton Segal – head of McKinsey North America – credited her dedication to self care for allowing her to successfully manage a team of thousands. Neglecting ourselves can have a ripple effect onto our family and employees. This event aims to kick start your personal rejuvenation! What better way to launch a new self care initiative than a facial with new friends, led by the experts at Sisley Paris?

SISLEY PARIS
Visionary entrepreneurs Hubert and Isabelle d’Ornano launched the lifestyle beauty brand Sisley in 1976. Today, the brand incorporates plant-based products into its skin-care. Isabelle is a mother of five children and is the face of the brand. A Sisley Paris representative will be on hand to share about the family and the beauty line.

WHAT’S INCLUDED IN YOUR TICKET? Over $600 in VALUE!

  • A mindset workshop ($300 value)
  • Self care workshop: Skincare consults and a mini-facial experience OR a personalized makeup application ($100 value)
  • A botanical skincare and makeup Sisley Flower Box, CUSTOMIZED JUST FOR YOU on the 8 year anniversary of LadyDrinks, with a special offer to get the Sisley 60-minute facial for the month of July. ($100 value)
  • An opportunity to win a spot at the next LadyDrinks mentoring luncheon ($100 value)
  • An opportunity to connect and network with other successful and like-minded entrepreneurs (Priceless!)
  • Champagne and red wine
  • French light bites

RSVP TO ‘FUN, FACIALS, AND FOCUS’ JULY 24TH

 

ATTEND THE NEXT LADYDRINKS MENTORING LUNCHEON

She grew up in one of few families of color outside of Boston. In this podcast, she tells a painful story of being the target of racial slurs and being bullied in elementary and middle school. Her hair set on fire in one of her favorite classes. She didn’t want to be seen. She wanted to be invisible.

Today, as a leader at a major Fortune 500 company, Mita Mallick makes it her mission to share her own voice and help other women find theirs. Three members get to attend this luncheon and ask their own questions on how to find their own voice.

Listen to this powerful interview on the LadyDrinks podcast, educating and supporting South Asian women professionals.

IN THIS NEXT LADYDRINKS MENTORING LUNCHEON, YOU WILL LEARN TO

  • Speak up ! And do it gracefully
  • Put language and tools in your tool belt to deploy in real time
  • Be confident

 

ATTEND THE NEXT LADYDRINKS MENTORING LUNCHEON