Cushman & Wakefield’s Women’s Integrated Network (WIN) Chapter in San Francisco recently hosted a spirited and fun session of creative visualization and action planning at the firm’s local office at 425 Market Street. The event was attended by many Cushman & Wakefield professionals who traveled from across the Bay Area to join with their colleagues. Organized by Rhonda Diaz Caldewey who heads the firm’s SF WIN Chapter, the special session was led by Kim Morrow of Forte Consulting, an executive and leadership coach.
Whether by creating a personal vision (aka visioning) around career, community involvement, or actionable items for furthering diversity and inclusion, the high impact session gave participants an opportunity to break from the demands of the day-to-day to set intentions for the year ahead. During the session, attendees were guided in a series of self-evaluation and goal-making activities, focusing in on one Big Hairy Audacious Goal (BHAG) they had for the near-term and why and or why not it would happen—and then were asked to discuss and describe those feelings with their session partners.
Attendees of the event walked away with a clear, inspiring vision, increased self-motivation, and a greater attitude of responsibility to themselves and their fellow team members.
Cushman & Wakefield’s Women’s Integrated Network was created to develop and support the talents of women team members by providing a platform that values diverse perspectives and leverages leadership skills to benefit our firm, clients and the industry as a whole. To learn more about C&W WIN, please click here.
Story by Joshua Deale, Senior Communications Specialist