Lydia Bugden speaking at Women in Leadership conference
Nova Scotia regional managing partner Lydia Bugden will present a session at the Femmes de Carrière en Interaction – Career Women InteractionWomen in Leadership conference, Wednesday, April 15 in Halifax.
Beginning at 9:40 a.m., Lydia’s presentation, Designing and implementing new initiatives, will review how to plan and prepare for full initiative implementation and acceptance within a professional place of work. She will also discuss the importance of doing your research, knowing your audience and having a plan in place when designing and implementing new initiatives.
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