Tue, Apr 06 | (Zoom link in email confirmation)

April 2021 Virtual Happy Hour

In this session, Megan Worbs (of New Ivy Group) will share why, despite living in an age of endless communication opportunities, our signals are constantly crossed. We'll learn as a group active listening techniques & understand how listening is the key to successful mentorship relationships.
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Time & Location

Apr 06, 5:30 PM – 6:30 PM EDT
(Zoom link in email confirmation)

About the Event

Missing the Message

At our April Happy Hour we'll be joined by Megan Worbs of New Ivy Group. In this session, Megan will share why, despite living in an age of endless communication opportunities, our signals are constantly crossed. We'll learn as a group active listening techniques and understand how listening is the key to successful mentorship relationships. We'll then be randomly paired with a partner for an exercise in active listening.

Come prepared with a specific work topic that you'd like to discuss with a partner - examples might include a new job opportunity; a work/life balance issue; a project you were selected for, but your work best friend didn't get.

About Megan: Megan launched New Ivy Group, LLC in February 2020. New Ivy Group is a consulting and coaching agency that exclusively works with organizations that are focused on the built environment, and designs customized solutions to overcome industry challenges in organizational development, technology implementation, and project management. Fostering diversity, equity, and inclusion in real estate, design, and construction is a guiding value of New Ivy Group.

Megan earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Pittsburgh College of Business Administration and her master’s degree in Public Management from Carnegie Mellon University’s Heinz College. Prior to launching New Ivy Group,  Megan worked for Carnegie Mellon for 10 years, beginning her career in Human Resources, focusing on compliance, DEI, and accessibility initiatives. She then transitioned to Campus Design and Facility Development at the university, where she was responsible for business and system management of the university's capital project portfolio. When not working, Megan is actively involved in her neighborhood of Lawrenceville, where she lives with her husband and dog. She sits on the board and Real Estate Committee for Lawrenceville Corporation and is a lifetime member of Lawrenceville United.

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