Snoqualmie Valley Women in Leadership (SVWL) recently announced registration is open for its first annual Leadership Resilience and Impact Retreat, being held on October 14 from 8:30 am-4 pm at the Cherry Creek Falls Event Center in Duvall, Wash.
The retreat will offer workshops, round-table discussions, and presentations exploring how resiliency can buoy a leader’s journey and help make a deeper impact on a leader’s workplace and community.
“Being a leader right now comes with a host of new challenges, including managing hybrid or remote work, being asked to do more with less, the frenzy that comes with changing technology and the ever-present pressures of work-life balance. These all put significant pressure and strain on our lives as leaders,” says Wendy Parslow, SVWL founder. “This retreat is designed to help women leaders navigate those challenges, find their resilience, and make lasting positive impact.”
SVWL launched in January and serves women living in the Snoqualmie Valley who are in (or aspire to be in) positions of influence and leadership. The group helps women leaders connect, grow and be supported in their leadership journey through its local Connection Gatherings, workshops, book clubs, virtual meetups and the annual leadership retreat.
“The number and variety of women leaders living in Snoqualmie Valley is impressive,” continues Parslow. “There are corporate leaders, community leaders and business owners. SVWL has a solid line-up of events set for this fall, and we encourage more women to join us.”
SVWL FALL 2023 EVENT LINEUP
Fall Connection Gathering
Wednesday, September 20, from 7-9 pm at Meadowbrook Farm, North Bend, WA
SVWL’s quarterly event includes structured networking opportunities and a panel discussion on “Leadership Presence.”
Leadership Resilience and Impact Retreat
Saturday, October 14, from 8:30 am-4 pm at Cherry Creek Event Center, Duvall, WA
Explore how resiliency can support your leadership journey with additional confidence, determination, and flexibility. Gain a deeper understanding of the impact you want to make in your workplace or community and learn ways to curate deeper resiliency to make that impact.
Explore new ways to think about leadership development and growth. Engage in compelling conversations outside work and family life to inspire your leadership journey.
October Book Club: Think Again by Adam Grant
Tuesday, October 24, from 6-8 pm in North Bend, WA
November Book Club: Dare to Lead by Brene Brown
Tuesday, November 14, from 6-8 pm in North Bend, WA
About Snoqualmie Valley Women in Leadership
We believe that positive change doesn’t happen without great leadership. Snoqualmie Valley Women in Leadership is on a mission to equip women leaders in Snoqualmie Valley with the resources, connections, and skills to thrive as leaders and build better workplaces and communities.
We serve women in the Snoqualmie Valley who are in (or aspire to be in) positions of influence and leadership. Join us for meetups and events that inspire through teaching and storytelling and provide support for women who have a passion for learning, growing, and relating with others who share the same vision.