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CWN Real Talk: Control the Power Balance in the Pitch Room
May 28, 2021 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
he Canadian Women’s Network (CWN) is excited to have Susie Maloney host a real talk session!
CWN connects early stage Canadian female founders to Silicon Valley and beyond.
Real Talk is the newest series in the Canadian Women’s Network member programming! Join us for a casual 1 hour practical discussion led by a startup founder or industry expert. Come prepared for a candid dialogue with 8-10 members so we can learn from each other, share real experiences and best practices. Think brainstorming session with a different theme each time — so bring lots of questions and any ideas or projects you need feedback on.
> You have more power than you think! Learn where to find it and appreciate the essential underpinning of influence and how to use it to your strategic advantage.
> Leverage popular tactics used in emails and web meeting to alter power balance dynamics.
> How to control the Psychological Atmospherics.
Become a founding member today and receive a no-obligation 3-months FREE trial + unlock a complimentary ticket for this event. Your membership will also grant you access to pitch sessions, masterclasses and mentorship with Silicon Valley VC’s, tech leaders and our awesome community of female founders!
Introducing Susie Maloney (LinkedIn):
President of BluBonsai Negotiations and a member of the DAS SWAT team for commercial transactions, Susie is highly trained in the areas of Negotiation and Influencing strategy and process. Through using Tactical Empathy, she focuses on reaching the Preferred Outcome by craftfully persuading the Other Party to willingly choose our Preferred Outcome as their own. Often described by clients as their best kept secret, Susie works both the front lines and behind the scenes, around the world with governments, the largest of multi-nationals and conglomerates on high stakes interactions often resolving difficult, multi-lateral issues involving diverse stakeholders with disparate needs. The tools and techniques, models and frameworks are grounded in research and theory, born from behavioral science and psychology then honed and refined through a highly practical experience-based approach. Susie doesn’t teach nice theories – she discovers fundamental concepts through practical application and the analysis of what works. Known for keen inter-personal skills and emotional awareness she is highly sought after by clients from around the world.She is an adored Keynote Speaker, a frequent Lecturer and Adjunct Professor at the Business School level and an esteemed Judge for the Halloum Negotiation Competition at UC Berkeley, California.Susie lives with her husband and two children in San Francisco, California. Susie speaks English and French and was on the Canadian Olympic Equestrian Reserve Team 1992
Special thanks to our sponsors:
Women Entrepreneurship Knowledge Hub (WEKH), Artemis Canada, BDC Women in Technology Venture Fund and Edmonton Regional Network Innovation (ERIN)