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Tuesday, April 23 • 4:00pm - 6:00pm
Hiding in the Bathroom: Emotions in the Workplace & How to Manage Them @ATLAS Workbase - 500 Mercer St FULL

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What happens when you start to feel frustrated, worried, disappointed, or just plain mad at work? For many women the answer is to “hide in the bathroom” and cry. Why? Because up until now showing emotions in the workplace has been seen as a weakness. Yet, women and men are emotional creatures. During this panel discuss we’ll discuss when it is appropriate to express true emotions at work, how embracing vulnerability can improve your career, and tips for keeping things professional while remaining authentic to yourself.

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Julie Lynn Try

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Jeremy Flores

Engineering Manager, Mighty AI
Jeremy is a programmer and engineering leader at Mighty AI in Seattle, WA. Believing technology as the means rather than the end, Jeremy takes a human-centric approach to both people leadership and software development. With 15 years experience, he utilizes technology as a medium... Read More →
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Robin Quinn Keehn

Founder, Raising Quit-Proof Kids, LLC
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Carol Madison

Director Of Software Development, Amazon Web Services
High EQ servant leader with demonstrated history of creating heterogeneous, inclusive teams. With a focus on people and results, I have been fortunate to work with and learn from intelligent and actionable teams. Comprehensive background in:• Voice of the Customer (trained at GE... Read More →
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Pearly Tang

Founder | Director, Young Innovators
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Monica Guzman

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Tuesday April 23, 2019 4:00pm - 6:00pm PDT
ATLAS Workbase - 500 Mercer St, Seattle, WA 98109