It's not about who can talk the loudest, but she who can speak clearly and assertively.
Tulia Lopes is one of Europe’s Leading Communication, Public Speaking & Leadership Expert for Women Who Want to Speak Up, Stand Out & Lead! She believes communication is the key to develop and excel in any field in life.
Register today for this memorable event. Tulia will share with you the Do's and Dont's of becoming an assertive communicator, speaker, and leader.
Begin your journey to developing your assertive speaking skills at this event.
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Meet Tulia, Leader in High Heels, Leader, Speaker and Communication Architect
“I’m a creator. If I don't find a door, I build one.”
A background in architecture enables Tulia to bring creative solutions to her audiences challenges. As a leader in the IT environment, together with being an entrepreneur for over 15 years, Tulia recognized the need to develop a strategy for women to have an assertive voice in order to become influential and change-makers.
In 2014 she founded the international event, the AWE Summit, to Give Voice to Women. The event has been present in Zurich, Barcelona, and Porto. In 2017 she founded the Speak Up & Lead Academy, to offering women the tools to build confident presence, craft effective presentations and become authoritative public speakers. She delivers decades of expertise together with her exceptional team of female global players & world class speakers.
Tulia is the author of Leading in High Heels, a step-by-step guidebook to help women to assess their leadership skills and find the techniques to reach their goals.
Tulia speaks on several different platforms throughout Europe on topics like communication, leadership, women's impact, and empowerment and is a certified international and European level award-winning speaker.
Her motto: “I’m a creator. If I don't find a door, I build one.”
https://www.tulia-lopes.com/ or connect on LinkedIn
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