Women in Leadership: Shine Theory
September 17, 2020 @ 18:00 - 19:00 CESTFree – NOK200
For this Women in Leadership session, join us to hear Chisom Udeze and Sarah Przedpelska discuss Shine Theory.
Shine Theory, developed by Aminatou Sow and Ann Friedman, is described as the practice of mutual investment in each other. Shine Theory represents an intentional commitment to collaborate with and support each other instead of competing with each other.
Rather than engage in insecurity, Shine Theory encourages us to come into our power and have the confidence to be excited and supportive of someone else’s success. It embodies the attitude of “I don’t shine if you don’t shine.” It’s a practice of cultivating a spirit of genuine happiness and excitement when your friends are doing well, and being there for them when they aren’t. When we find ways to elevate each other and help each other thrive, it becomes contagious.
Come to this session to learn about Shine Theory and women supporting women!
*This event is free for HerSpace members (Spots are limited)*
*This event is also free for participants from Africa Connect*
This is a recurring event. Every two weeks, you will hear from a female leader who will share her story, experience, knowledge, insights and/or advice. Light snacks and drinks will be served.
About our speakers:
Chisom Udeze, according to Sarah Przedpelska:
“When Chisom Udeze encounters a problem that irks her, you can be certain she does not rest until something moves. She’s done it for over a decade within business development and economics, and more recently, she has been moving things in Oslo to create social impact through Diversify and HerSpace. Chisom is seldom perplexed by problems, instead she sees them as puzzles in need of new constellations. The constellations she forms depend on collaborating with others and lifting together to form synergies and new solutions. No wonder the concept of Shine Theory has such a great appeal to her.”