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Collaborative Women in Construction Leans In with Kathy Monteiro, M.S., C.S.I, Director of Campus Planning & Sustainability, Facilities & Construction Management, New Jersey City University to discuss "Managing Difficult Conversations"

10/05/2015

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Collaborative Women in Construction Leans In with Kathy Monteiro, M.S., C.S.I, Director of Campus Planning & Sustainability, Facilities and Construction Management, Division of Administration and Finance, New Jersey City University to discuss"Managing Difficult Conversations"

Clifton, NJ (October 5th, 2015) Collaborative Women in Construction is hosting on Wednesday, October 28th , 2015 at Spuntino’s, located at located in the Clifton Commons Shopping Center located at 70 Kingsland Rd, Clifton NJ 07014 from 6:00 pm to 8:30 pm, their quarterly Women’s Leadership LeanIn Circle.

Come join Kathy Monteiro, M.S., C.S.I, Director of Campus Planning & Sustainability, Facilities and Construction Management, Division of Administration and Finance, New Jersey City University discussion at the Collaborative Women in Construction’s October 28th Women’s Leadership LeanIn Circle “Managing Difficult Conversation”.

Kathy will discuss her story of success by sharing her techniques of Caring, Listening, Inquiring, Summarizing, Validating, Expressing her Viewpoint (using I), Engaging in Negotiation, Formalizing Agreements in a Series of Commitments and Next Steps, Evaluating. (how did it go, can I learn anything to make it better) and finally was this a Win-Win Outcome, are all three satisfied and do we have a shared Goal. (I, We, and It) with members and guests.  Then, learning from each other, members and guests will share their Strategies for Managing Difficult Conversations.

Collaborative Women in Construction members and guests are eager to LeanIn with Kathy and demonstrate their

confidence and know-how to achieve their goals.  We are an active and supportive organization that encourages an open exchange of ideas and information. Our goal is to inspire, educate, connect, and collaborate. Each quarterly meeting we discuss topics including

leadership and communication that offer women practical skills they can apply in their daily lives to encourage and support each other in an atmosphere of confidentiality and trust. Our next quarterly meeting topic will be “Own the Room”. 

Come Collaborate, Connect and LeanIn on October 28th! Come meet our members and learn how to network, collaborate and partner with our members to develop New Jersey and build bridges for Women in the field of Construction.

Mark your calendars for our next monthly networking luncheon, Friday, November 6th at in Clifton.

To learn more about Collaborative Women in Construction or to register for this event, please visit www.collaborativewomeninconstruction.org

We look forward to collaborating with you on October 28th!

Dawn Johnson, Executive Director

About New Jersey City University

At New Jersey City University, goals and dreams are right at home. NJCU is large enough to provide world-class opportunities for learning. Yet our classes are small enough to afford a highly-personalized experience that empowers students to realize their greatest aspirations. It begins with academic excellence. NJCU's fully-accredited colleges of arts and sciences, education and professional studies offer 41 undergraduate degree programs and 27 masters programs and 2 doctoral programs, including emerging and interdisciplinary fields. A student-teacher ratio of 12:1 and average class size of 24 translate to exceptional attention from a dedicated, innovative and involved faculty.  www.njcu.edu

About  LeanIn

The book Lean In is focused on encouraging women to pursue their ambitions, and changing the conversation from what we can’t do to what we can do. LeanIn.Org is the next chapter. We are committed to offering women the ongoing inspiration and support to help them achieve their goals. If we talk openly about the challenges women face and work together, we can change the trajectory of women and create a better world for everyone. We offer a growing library of free online lectures on topics including leadership and communication. Produced in partnership with the Clayman Institute for Gender Studies at Stanford University and other well-known experts, these lectures offer women practical skills they can apply in their daily lives. Lean In Circles are small groups that meet monthly to encourage and support each other in an atmosphere of confidentiality and trust. We provide the materials and support to run a successful Circle, including online spaces that make it easy for members to stay up-to-date and connected. www.leanin.org

About Collaborative Women in Construction:

Collaborative Women in Construction assists Women in the Construction industry by utilizing the strategy of collaboration to grow their careers, businesses, and clients. Collaboration opens doors to new projects, customers, colleagues, and expertise in the field of construction, allowing members to expand their strategic partnerships and diversifying their services to their customers. Membership is open to all business professionals, men and women in the construction industry. Business professionals outside the construction industry are welcome to join Collaborative Women in Construction as supporters of Women professionals in the construction industry. Our members include Contractors, Subcontractors, Engineers, Architects, Environmental Consultants, Developers, Real Estate Investors, Property Management, Real Estate Brokers, and commercial business professionals specializing in the construction industry including Attorneys, Accountants, Banks, Insurance Companies, Title Agencies, and Mortgage Companies to name a few. The construction industry is a vast market and many businesses participate in the construction, development, maintenance and due diligence of a building. These members include Fire Protection, Life Safety, Signage, Furniture, Electrical & Lighting, Mechanical, Restoration, Remediation and many more.

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