Worth to speak at Business Women’s Meeting
From Special Reports
Maggie Worth will speak with the Business Women of Fayette and Coweta about communication at the bi-monthly business meeting held on Tuesday, Feb. 26.
Worth is an author, speaker, trainer and consultant. She’s a member of Mensa, a Clayton State double alum with an English-focused master’s and a cross-disciplinary thesis, a supporter of animal rescues across the country, and a wearer of Chuck Taylor’s All Stars. She believes nothing in life is as important as we make it – except those things we routinely take for granted.
Maggie has almost 25 years of strategic communications, organizational leadership, and project management experience, and has taught workshops on personality typing, professional and creative writing, communications, organizational planning, and more. She’s sold more than 1,500 articles to print and online publications; written more than 5,000 speeches, white papers, policy manuals, instruction sheets, and ads; penned a couple of textbooks; won a few awards; and crafted a goal-setting system for personal and small business strategic planning.
Worth knows that at heart, strategic communication begins with a highly doable four-step thinking process that kids as young as grade school can learn. The first three steps were developed by a Yale professor three decades ago, and they still work – with a few modifications for technology and speed of life. Somewhere in her 25-year career, she added a fourth step, and she’s been using this system with excellent outcomes for more than a decade now.
The meeting will also be a networking opportunity. Women who own, manage, or sell in business are especially encouraged to attend. The event will be at Flat Creek Country Club in Peachtree City with networking and dinner beginning at 5:30 p.m. and the full meeting at 7 p.m.
If this is your first visit, please RSVP to BWFC Secretary Cheri Scranage at [email protected]. Returning visitors and members may RSVP via the evite.
BWFC meets at Flat Creek Country Club in Peachtree City on even months. The BWFC’s mission is to give back for a better community. Interested in the BWFC? Visit www.bwfcc.org.