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It's All About Who You Know: Get More Money, Meaning and Impact with a Coach, Mentor and Sponsor

  • Wednesday, April 19, 2023
  • 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
  • 330 E Kilbourn Ave. Milwaukee, WI 53202
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It's all about who you know!

Join us at our greater Milwaukee WIT@Work in-person April 19 to learn and discuss:

  • The value of having multiple kinds of development relationships
  • Differences and similarities between a coach, mentor, and sponsor
  • Where to start and how to approach people (without feeling creepy)
  • How to ask for (and get!) what you need to advance your career.

Date: Wednesday, April 19 

Time: 7:30-9 am 

Location: 330 Kilbourn Ave, Milwaukee

About our speaker: Ally Bubb has a punk rock soul cleverly disguised in a middle-aged mom’s body. She combines enthusiasm and authenticity into her work as an executive career coach and speaker, teaching people to tell compelling career stories and step into their next level of leadership because when people genuinely love what they do, our workplaces, homes, and world are transformed.

After 20 years in corporate technology roles, she is passionate about fixing the leak in the tech pipeline by equipping women and non-binary individuals to leverage their distinctive strengths in leadership creating more equity at all levels. Ally is the founder of the Best Ever mastermind, a transformational coaching program that enables people to make their biggest dreams reality. She is also the bestselling author of Success Authentically and Change Authentically.

Ally earned a B.S. in Management of Information Systems from Michigan Technological University and a M.B.A. from University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She is an entrepreneur, coach, keynote speaker, and author, as well as a thrift shopper, nature-lover, cat cuddler, and parent to two spirited kids.

Work Authentically is reinventing the world of work by teaching people to leverage their unique style, approach, and way of being while helping companies to do better by leveraging people-centric approaches through presentations, workshops, and individual and group coaching.

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