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
Insight Business Works was honored to be an exhibitor at the annual 2013 WISE (Women Igniting the Spirit of Entrepreneurship) Conference in Syracuse, NY. Dr. Allen also introduced workshop speaker, Erica Dhawan’s workshop on Connectional Intelligence!
Dr. Allen conducted a three-hour interactive workshop helping members develop strategies for enhancing work-life harmony given the unique stresses of their business. She addressed ways to build self-confidence as a female entrepreneur/business owner in a field where women are often still viewed through gender stereotypes.
Honored to become Secretary of Syracuse Women’s Business Opportunities Connection, January 2013.
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