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Exit Strategy: Knowing When to Leave a Situation That’s No Longer Serving You

Hosted By: SVIVAH

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Exit Strategy: Knowing When to Leave a Situation That’s No Longer Serving You Best

“I’m done.” Hard words to say; harder words to act on. Join our HerPower women*s empowerment workshop with professional coach Jocelyn Orloff. She’ll teach us the power in those two little words and how to get excited about what possibility they hold. This session is applicable to anyone thinking about making a change – professionally or personally.

This Thursday, 3/24 @ 8-9:30pm EST

Come when you can; stay till you can’t. As always, SVIVAH welcomes all those wishing to be included in a circle of Jewish women. Questions? Email connect@svivah.org

Everyone deserves an opportunity to fine-tune important life skills. Sessions like this one are often offered as one-on-one coaching – SVIVAH believes that exponentially greater learning and growth comes from exploring this together – learning from an expert facilitator, as well as from each other.

Join SVIVAH and please invite someone else who might benefit from this conversation as well.

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SVIVAH’s mission is to empower, strengthen, and nourish Jewish women* through community. SVIVAH is a multigenerational, diverse, powerful collective of Jewish women* dedicated to inspiring, motivating, and celebrating life in sisterhood. In Hebrew, svivah means “to surround her'' and that is precisely our goal. We connect women to each other, to cross-generational wisdom, to Jewish learning, and to the resources we need, in an inclusive, women*-only space. We do this by curating Jewish faith experiences with women at the center, by producing wide-ranging programming, and by amplifying and partnering with organizations in line with our values. (*SVIVAH defines “Jewish woman” as anyone wishing to be included in a circle of Jewish women.)
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