The Womenetics' POW! Awards annually honor purposeful women and recognize female leaders of extraordinary intention and impact. These are the key "forces of nature" who change the landscape of business or bring a business approach to nonprofits - women who trigger change from within as they challenge the status quo both in business and society. Fresh ideas and the ability to inspire put them at the forefront. These women are about dynamic growth; they transform vision into the language of action. They surmount challenges, break down barriers, spark innovation and attain success in the workplace and the community. They bring the "POW!" factor to everything they do.
Tell us about the woman you know who positively challenges those around her and instills passion, conviction and confidence in others. Today's purposeful woman finds creative ways to deal with obstacles and weave together key stakeholders. She's known for her sustained abilities to lead and adapt; innovate and create; collaborate, inspire and advance.
She is shifting the organization and, with it, our world.
At this fourth annual awards event on April 23, 2013, Womenetics will recognize and celebrate purposeful women in Georgia who have stirred the status quo and advanced their organizations. We invite you to recommend women of extraordinary intention and impact you think deserve to be honored.
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