Life moves quickly. There often isn’t time to revel over daily successes, whether it’s hitting a goal a week ahead of schedule or managing not to spill your morning coffee on your favorite sweater. Successboarding is a process designed to help you incorporate the power of self- recognition into your daily routine. Our time together will explain why accolades are an essential part of a successful business plan and how recognizing yourself leads to larger and more success-based revelations. At the end of our time together you will have a way to recognize yourself that is tangible, measurable, and easily incorporated into your daily life.
Following the luncheon, a special workshop lead by Marlo Higgins will be offered to those who register.
Learning outcomes/Participants of the workshop session will:
Evaluate and be accountable for personal successes, utilizing a daily, weekly, and quarterly process
Create a visual display of success
Implement those successes into current and future business plans
Attention: PWN is a proud table sponsor of this event. If you would like to sit at the PWN member table, please send an email to Kelly Buchanan at email@example.com and she will make sure you are assigned to our table.
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa – (December 8, 2016) – Professional Women’s Network is pleased to announce the recipient of the 2016 Woman of the Year Award as Ms. Stacey Mueggenberg.
Since 1988, this award is presented annually to a member who has held a leadership position in Professional Women’s Network; exemplifies the motto “Women Helping Women;” participates in events and financially and positively promotes PWN.
A member since 2011, Ms. Mueggenberg has served in various capacities throughout PWN. She has lent her time and talents to three different PWN committees – Membership, Special Events, and Marketing, serves on the Board of Directors as Secretary for 2016/2017. She is pivotal in assisting PWN with growing the membership base, organizing membership events and exemplifies servant leadership.
“I am honored to receive this award,” states Mueggenberg. “It has been so fulfilling to see our organization grow this year and impact the personal and professional lives of women throughout the Corridor. I look forward to continuing to work with this amazing group of women in 2017.”
As a Senior Distribution Consultant at Principal Financial Group, Stacey partners with leaders across the country to develop, implement and manage recruiting and selection strategies to grow the sales force. She is passionate about supporting females within the financial services industry.
Stacey and her husband reside in Fairfax. She is a busy mother of two young children, with another joining the family in January. Her greatest joy is spending time with her family and friends. She received her Bachelors of Arts Degree in Psychology from Central College in Pella, IA and a Chartered Leadership Fellow (CLF ®) designation from the American College.
PWN is currently accepting new and renewing memberships for 2017. To join, visit www.pwnia.org.
Professional Women’s Network was formed in 1979 by three local business women and continues to be a professional organization of 100+ dynamic business women in the Cedar Rapids, Iowa area. The purpose of PWN is “To promote and enhance the status and influence of women through Strengthening Professions, Developing Networks and Exchanging Knowledge” through “Women Helping Women”.
PWN provides Corridor women opportunities for personal and professional development, networking, education and leadership training throughout the year. The organization is proud to support its Scholarship Foundation which awards annual scholarships to local non-traditional women students pursuing their educational goals. For more information on PWN visit www.pwnia.org or call (319) 560-2250.
We love that we have a strong membership base of entrepreneurs! While you are out shopping this holiday season please consider supporting a PWN Member’s small business. Here’s a listing of our members and also non-profits to give to this holiday season.