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Leading With Purpose (Event is Full)

NWHPEC is very excited to announce our first Women in Lean/Women in Leadership (WL2) event.  This event will be facilitated by an amazing woman, mother, and leader – Katie Anderson.  Katie is a leadership coach and consultant focused on helping leaders develop new skills for leading in a lean environment.
This inaugural event will serve as a platform for the women in our NWHPEC community to network and build business relationships.   
During this engaging and interactive session, our guest speaker Katie Anderson, will lead you through a learning experience full of discussion and practice in which you will:

  • Connect with your purpose and intention 
  • Practice fundamental coaching skills such as asking effective questions 
  • Tap into your creativity 
  • Learn and practice the art or coaching – asking questions, listening, and providing feedback 
  • Create a community of women for ongoing support 

Date:  Wednesday, December 4th
Time:  12:30 pm – 4:30 pm (afternoon snacks will be served)
Location:  Oregon State Bar, 16037 SW Upper Boones Ferry Rd, Tigard, OR 97222
Cost: $75 (members)

Registration: Email [email protected]

Intended Audience: Women in leadership or influential roles; women in emerging leadership role; women seeking a sense of community within and beyond your own organization.

Note: Men are not excluded from this event, but it is going to be more focused on women in the workforce.  Our goal is to bring Katie back next spring for general event intended for everyone in our membership.

Facilitator bio:

Katie has held senior Lean leadership roles at Stanford Children’s Hospital and the Palo Alto Medical Foundation (Sutter Health), was a Fulbright Scholar to Australia, and served as a consultant for PricewaterHouse Coopers and a research analyst for two international universities. She is the founder of KBJ Anderson Consulting, an independent consulting practice focused on helping individuals and organizations lead with intention by connecting their purpose, processes, and practices. Katie is also a faculty member of the LEI and Catalysis, where she teaches workshops about Lean leadership, coaching and problem solving thinking, and is a facilitator for AME’s Bay Area Consortia. Katie is an internationally recognized speaker and has lived around the world including the United States, the UK, Spain, Australia, and Japan. Katie leads study trips to Japan to share her insights about lean thinking, the Toyota Way and Japanese culture with other leaders.