Welcome to the Process Hacker News, your weekly roundup of useful news and updates from Process Hackers who have been guests on Hack the Process with M. David Green. This week we’ve got personal branding, work disagreements, event planning, and more.
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On October 9, join Nicaila Matthews-Okome at Side Hustle Pro Live in Washington, DC with her special guest Maya Elious, a personal branding pro who will break down the details of how she bootstrapped her own business.
Going beyond the usual check-the-box diversity workshops, Michelle Kim tells Nurole how her organization, Awaken, takes a different approach and promotes deeper conversations around diversity and inclusion.
In response to Forbes mentioning only one woman innovator among ninety-nine men, Sarah Robb O’Hagan has released a list of ninety nine innovative women, including lean social impact champion Ann Mei Chang, Bozoma Saint John who was mentioned by Sasha Ariel Alston, and Susan Cain, who was recommended by Ron Carucci.
Problems at work sometimes stem from disputes. The newest Hack the Process guest, Steve Farber recommends a few strategies to keep disagreements from ruining work relationships in his recent Inc article.
Some folks struggle as businesspeople while yearning to take on a role they are more passionate about. Anita Wing Lee, mentioned by Tara Byrne, was one of them. Read how she chose to be an artist as opposed to being an entrepreneur in her newest blog entry.
The Event Planner Expo will happen in New York City from October 1 to 3, showcasing some of the top speakers in the events industry, including Gary Vaynerchuk, whose work has inspired Malek Banoun, Tara Hunt, and Zack Friedman.
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