Promoting Yourself in a Male Dominated Field

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Tue, Apr 23rd, 2024 1:00 PM - 2:15 PM ET
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Have you ever wondered how to answer questions about your strengths? Have you ever had someone else get or even worse, take credit for your work? It can be difficult to promote yourself in a way that feels natural and is also accepted by those listening.

We will discuss the reasons it’s hard, especially for women, to discuss their strengths and accomplishments. Once we understand that, we will discuss tips and tricks women can use to effectively build their brand, showcase their strengths, and shine a light on their accomplishments.

Whether you are a woman in a male-dominated field, a male colleague who wants to be supportive, or a supervisor who wants to grow the female employees in your agency – this webinar is for you!


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Women in Federal Law Enforcement (WIFLE) is an organization of individuals working together to foster awareness of the value that women bring to law enforcement. WIFLE’s goals include recruitment, retention, and promotion of women in federal law enforcement occupations, and the continued development of an information sharing and support network. WIFLE promotes collaborative leadership styles and the development of programs and policies that balance community service with enforcement of the laws. WIFLE also serves as an information and resource network for women in federal law enforcement, domestically and internationally. WIFLE is a leader in diversity, equity and inclusion in the federal law enforcement profession, a cornerstone to effectively serving communities across the country.



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