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"Coffee & Coaching" with Maya Sharfi
Friday 12 May 2023
9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
12 May 2023 9:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Hi Everyone! Mark your calendars for Friday, May 12th at 9am, grab a cup of coffee and join us for an extra special "Coffee & Coaching" with Maya Sharfi, founder of Build Yourself.
Feeling busy, “whelmed,” overwhelmed, or over-overwhelmed in all the work of work and life? Feel like adding anything on top of it all would be the straw that broke the camel’s back?
When you’re busy balancing modern work and life it can feel like growth in your career or business is elusive… but often there’s a better way—and it involves learning to take back your time so you work smarter not harder on the things that really matter.
In this training led by Maya Sharfi of Build Yourself, you’ll learn how to take back control over your time and communicate your boundaries. She’ll share top strategies for freeing up time and working smarter not harder. You’ll learn to reclaim your focus and your ability to grow into the career or business you want.
Maya Sharfi is a creative agent of change, a do-er, and a big-picture thinker. She founded Build Yourself to help women move past the obstacles that hold them back in the workplace and to make those workplaces better places for women's talent. Maya’s programs have helped companies increase the promotion of women by 2-3 times and enlist leaders of all genders in actively building strong female leadership pipelines.
Maya is a trained women’s empowerment facilitator and has worked on women’s advocacy for over fifteen years. She’s run a research effort on women in social impact design for the Harvard Business School, is a founding member of the Equity Roundtable at the Boston Society of Architects, and was named as one of Impact Design Hub’s Social Impact Design 40 under 40.
Maya has spoken extensively across the country, including at the Association of Community Designers and A Better World by Design, as well as the Columbia Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation, and the University of Pennsylvania. Maya received degrees from the Harvard Graduate School of Design and Brown University. Her writings on issues of equity in design have been published in the Christian Science Monitor and GOOD.