AWC-SB presents Books for Breakfast, an informal summer discussion group of books that will help us become Better Communicators. Two no-host events are taking place from 7:30am to 9 am on July 14 and August 11 at Caje Coffee Roasters, located at 1316 State (across from the Arlington Theatre). Meetings are free (you buy your own beverage/breakfast)
Weds July 14: Inclusive Conversations: Fostering Equity, Empathy and Belong Across Differences, by Mary-Frances Winters
Differences can tear us apart. Or, with effective communication, they can bring us together by stimulating empathy and innovation. Join us in reading this comprehensive guide by award-winning diversity, equity and inclusion consultant Mary-Francis Winters. The book offers specific strategies designed to break down barriers, build trust and create more inclusive communities in workplaces, schools and the world at large.
Weds Aug. 11: Ladies Get Paid: The Ultimate Guide to Breaking Barriers, Owning Your Worth and Taking Command of Your Career, by Claire Wasserman
Ladies Get Paid is an organization that champions the professional and financial advancement of women. This book follows real women who face a variety of professional challenges from salary negotiations to office politics. The book provides actionable advice and useable tools that equip and empower women to get the recognition and rewards that they deserve—and to see to it that other women are rewarded too!
Bonus: This book is a summer selection for the national AWC Book Club, and AWC members can join a discussion with the author at a Zoom event on July 29. Go to womcom.org for details
For more information on either of these events, email Carolyn Jabs at Membership@awcsb.org.