The SEMA Businesswomen's Network (SBN) will be holding a leadership program in Texas for women in the automotive aftermarket industry, according to a recent news release.
The Women's Leadership Forum will take place on March 5-7 in Austin, Texas, with this year’s theme being “EVOLVE: Advancing the Future of Women in Leadership.” The program aims to train women on valuable leadership skills through interactive education sessions, keynote speeches, and lessons from experienced leaders.
Discussions will touch on the challenges and higher standards women can face within industries that are traditionally male-dominated. Keynote sessions will explore mindsets and habits that can affect professional success, alongside panel discussions on supporting more women in leadership roles and event workshops to help attendees outline their career goals.
“The SBN forum offers a safe space for women to come together to share their experiences and celebrate their wins,” shared SBN Director Nicole Bradle. “In addition to fostering connections with women who understand their industry inside and out, attendees will walk away with tangible action plans to maximize their professional impact and communicate their value.”