Join us on Wednesday, June 23rd at 12pm CST for this virtual book club discussion on The DevelopHer Playbook: 5 Simple Steps to Get Ahead, Stand Out, Build Your Value, and Advocate for Yourself as a Woman in Tech with special guest and author Lauren Hasson!
Are you struggling to stand out as a woman in tech? Are you stuck and not sure how to move forward? Do you feel undervalued? Are you seeking more out of your tech career and your life?
In this inspirational and actionable book, Lauren Hasson presents a proven roadmap for change. She takes you through the five simple steps she took to transform her life from zero marketable skills, zero network, and nearly zero in her bank account to a sought-after, award-winning woman in tech featured in Apple iOS keynotes and high-profile hackathons.
In The DevelopHer Playbook, you will learn how to Get Ahead, Stand Out, Become More Visible, and Advocate for Yourself as a woman in tech.
The DevelopHer Playbook equips you with the knowledge and the confidence to make lasting change in your life. Chapter by chapter, Lauren peels back the curtain and shares exactly what she did to build her value and become a top woman in tech, so you can, too!
What’s stopping you from getting that promotion? Earning the salary you deserve? Living the life you want? Turn “someday” into “today is the day.”
Thousands of women in tech have already followed these steps and achieved life-changing results.
Read this book and unlock your true potential now.
See you there!
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12:00 PM – 1:00 PM CDT
Ticket price: Free
Updated March 2021
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