Women In Parking is dedicated to promoting the advancement and achievement of professional women by providing networking, leadership, career outreach and support opportunities to its members.
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Women In Parking is excited to announce the topics for the 2017 Webinar Program soon - stay tuned to hear the announcement! If you would like to speak, please do not hesitate to reach out to Kelsey Owens at email@example.com to discuss opportunities.
Member Company Updates
WIP Members continue to shine and make their marks throughout the industry.
Talking to Crazy
“Heal the world one conversation at a time”
Years ago, I had a privilege to find a book that has changed and continues to transform me. The book is Just Listen, by Mark Goulston. The book has provided me with tools how to work and to live. Mark Goulston, M.D., is a business psychiatrist who over the past 30 years has worked with myriad companies teaching them emotional intelligence to succeed in the marketplace and in personal lives. Some of the companies Dr. Goulston has worked with are, Xerox, Goldman Sachs, IBM, Bloomberg, Kodak, Bank of America.
This year, I have been fortunate to come across another book by Mark Goulston, Talking to Crazy – How to Deal with the Irrational and Impossible People in Your Life. With Just Listen, I was immediately drawn to the book by its title. I wanted to be a better listener. With Talking to Crazy, the opposite happened: the title made me reluctant to read this book. Because from my perspective, if something bothers me about others, I must change something within me first. Yet, my curiosity prevailed and I devoured the book. Mark Goulston is an amazing teacher. He is an empath first and being a psychiatrist, he understands “crazy” in each of us. He doesn’t just label situations: Mark provides practical solutions. Read More
Letter From Our Leaders
Happy (Belated!) New Year Women In Parking!
On behalf of the W.I.P. Leadership Board, we’re wishing all of the association the happiest of New Years! It’s fairly typical at this time of year to get new goals, resolutions, etc. and if you’re interested in adding a W.I.P. related objective to your potential achievements this year, here are five different ways to get involved that will provide both an opportunity to contribute and receive – talk about win/win!
1. W.I.P. Matters: this quarterly newsletter is always looking for contributors to share best practices in the workplace, member based business cases that have yielded positive results or simply accomplishments either an organization or individual member has earned. Submitting articles is a great way to share insight while taking advantage of promotion across the W.I.P. organization.
March 6, 2017
Director, Ground Transportation
The San Diego Airport Authority is proud of its team members, have a high performing culture and we challenge ourselves through innovations...we work fast, value each other and have fun along the way. We have a vacancy for an individual with responsibility as the Director, Ground Transportation managing ground transportation services, parking and landside enforcement programs and leading a unit of professional, support and represented teams.
Please apply at http://san.org/Careers
The Lighter Side of Parking
Women in Parking would like to thank and recognize our 2016 sponsors: