As women, we are often unaware of nuances of our communication that undermine our power. We often use qualifiers such as “just” or “actually,” we raise our voices at the end of a statement implying that we are unsure and we ask questions such as
“I long to accomplish a great and noble task, but it is my chief duty to accomplish small tasks as if they were great and noble.”–Helen Keller The guy in charge of maintenance at my office building, let’s call him Joe (btw his name is
Dr. Allen was vey excited to be the first speaker of the day at the 8th Annual Connections Conference sponsored by SUNY Oswego and the Women’s Network for Entrepreneurial Training. She was part of an exciting lineup of speakers who spoke on the theme,
Dr. Allen taught a two-day course on February 18th and 20th, 2014 to leaders in several organizations and companies in Watertown, NY through the Extended Learning program for professionals at the Jefferson Community College. The focus was on identifying core personality strengths, core values, purpose and
CommPRO reached out to their community and asked: ”The Essence of an Apology. When Does an Apology Mean Something?” How does this play out in the corporate world? Are there cultures who do it better?” Dr. Allen was very pleased that her response to this
Dr. Allen had a great time facilitating a PeopleMap Training workshop with Montessori teachers. Understanding their personality types was very helpful to them in working with fellow teachers, with the administrative staff, with the children in the classroom and with the children’s parents.
Dr. Chris Allen and Taylor Shiver, undergraduate intern in psychology from Syracuse University were proud to be sponsors of the 5th Annual Women Together in Entrepreneurial Spirit conference in beautiful Skaneateles, NY today.
SUNY Leadership Tools for Women 9th Annual Conference, Centricity: It’s All About You! Dr. Chris Allen was honored to present a workshop to women leaders from throughout the State of New York on “Creating Work-Life Harmony for Women in Leadership”, focusing special attention on “finding
June 2nd, 2013 at the New York State Psychological Association’s 76th Annual Convention at the Affinia Manhattan in New York City. NYSPA Leadership Institute Vice Chair and Leadership Mentor Dr. Christine Allen presents Leadership Fellow Dr. Samantha Ritt Johnston with her award for completing the
June 2nd, 2013 at the New York State Psychological Association’s 76th Annual Convention at the Affinia Manhattan in New York City Dr. Christine Allen was honored to present Leadership Institute Annual Joanne Lifshin Memorial Award via SKYPE to Dr. Roger Greenberg for his dedication and