Lecture Smart & Sexy: Wednesday December 15th

The Female Faculty Network Twente is inviting you to the interactive lecture:

“Smart & Sexy”

by Lisa Portengen

on 15 December 2010 from 15.00 till 16.30 hrs.

Afterwards there will be a “network borrel” from 16.30 hrs.

In building the Drienerburght

As it has been a yearly tradition, between Sinterklaas and Christmas, FFNT organizes a somewhat fun and unusual event. This year we present Lisa Portengen with her practical and fun interactive lecture: “Smart & Sexy”.

-What is Smart & Sexy?
-Positive thinking
-Body language
-How do you have a super relationship with yourself?

-How to make a party of your life?

-How can you be a Smart & Sexy entrepreneur?
-Pep talk
-Dare Questions
-Social Media and how to pursue your dreams (if desired)
The above questions and issues will be addressed through small assignments, music, exercises and examples from the audience.

After graduating from the Theater school Lisa worked a few years as an actress. Later she chose a new career direction. She created an agency for organizing corporate events and led it for 8 years. In addition, she developed various workshops and courses on lifestyle.

Lisa Portengen with her Smart & Sexy lecture lets women experience what it means to be both smart and attractive. The aim is to have time for hands on, practical, humorous boost of self-confidence in an interactive way.

Please reply if you want to join this lecture and / or “netwerkborrel” by sending an e-mail to: FFNT@utwente.nl.  

Kind regards on behalf of the Female Faculty Network Twente (FFNT),

Liudvika Leisyte, Chair

The FFNT aims to support the professional development of women in academia and to provide a network for sharing and exchanging experiences. Another objective is to act as an intermediate between female faculty and the superiors in order to collect and communicate gender-related issues in the working environment and on the career path of women. In actual practice, the FFNT develops workshops and lectures especially for women, partly in co-operation with the HR department (whose activities are otherwise gender neutral).