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Professional Development Workshop: Quit Networking! Grow Relationships through Netweaving in Hawaiʻi
November 18 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Please join us for the first (virtual) workshop in our Equity Network Hawai‘i series!
During this workshop, we’ll be learning about the concept of netweaving. Unlike networking, the goal of netweaving is to foster reciprocal relationships in which you draw on your own contacts to help support others.
We’ll be led in conversation by Ku‘ulani Keohokalole, owner and principal consultant for People Strategies Hawai‘i and one of Pacific Business News’ recent “40 Under 40.”
We’ll also engage in a few rounds of “Speed Netweaving,” in which you’ll get a chance to connect with other attendees and try out some of the concepts learned in the workshop.
All attendees must register in advance using the RSVP form below. Those who RSVP will be sent a private Zoom link on the day of the event.
About Ku‘ulani Keohokalole
Ku‘ulani Keohokalole is owner and principal consultant for People Strategies Hawai‘i, which was born from Kuʻulani’s desire to grow the capacity of organizations to foster good, community- and people-oriented leaders. In her work, Kuʻulani blends both her unique understanding of Hawai’i’s cultural context, history and place with her knowledge and experience in organizational development to help organizations achieve their systemic transformation goals. Recently bestowed with Pacific Business News’s “40 Under 40” distinction in 2020, Ku‘ulani has a background in Ethnic Studies from UH Mānoa, where she also earned a certificate in Women’s Studies. She also has a strong foundation in racial and gender equity and social justice and holds a degree from New York University in Education Leadership, Politics and Advocacy.
ABOUT EQUITY NETWORK HAWAI‘I
AAUW Honolulu is excited to announce a new series: Equity Network Hawai‘i. Based on AAUW’s Equity Network* program, this series aims to advance equity locally by offering free professional development workshops to our wider community. By partnering with community members and organizations, the goal of these workshops is to situate topics like networking and mentorship in a way that speaks directly to the job market in Hawai‘i. Are you looking for an opportunity to connect with and learn alongside those who share a commitment to equity and an interest in professional development? Let’s talk!