Dr. Wanda Lee MacPhee shares leadership and balance strategies
May 10, Halifax, NS – Dr. Wanda Lee MacPhee will be
presenting her strategies for leadership and balancing a vibrant career as a
DC, mom, wife and prominent Canadian chiropractic figure on Thursday, May 13th
from 12-12:30 EST in this month’s free Women Chiropractor’s Circle call hosted by
Dr. Barbara Sturm.
Dr. Sturm is a chiropractor, coach and speaker who
has worked with many DCs in the U.S.,
and beyond. Her passion has been helping
DCs find success and balance, while serving the public and each other with intensity
and passion. Now, Dr. Sturm has also
launched a campaign to bring women chiropractors together to discuss issues
that are particular to this demographic.
Dr. Sturm hosts a variety of networking events for
women chiropractors, including live and over-the-phone seminars. Her Women Chiropractor’s Circle calls feature
women DCs who have mastered the qualities of leadership and lifestyle balance
and wish to empower their colleagues with insights and strategies to achieve
these goals as well.
“Women are a wonderful and often under-utilized
source of leadership for chiropractic,” says Dr. MacPhee who will be the
featured speaker on Thursday, May 13th. “Women are natural ‘faces’
for chiropractic as safe, trusted, nurturing and compassionate. We are
going to start some conversation that will work to inspire more women to take
an active role in leading their practice, their community and their profession.”
Women chiropractors from the U.S., Canada and all over the world are
welcome to join the call, which is completely free of charge. Simply email Dr. Barbara Sturm at email@example.com
and request the call-in number and passcode.
Also, on Friday, May 14, from 1:00-8:00 P.M., Sturm will be hosting the 2nd Women Chiropractor's Circle LIVE Gathering in Canton, Michigan. Digital registration details can be obtained by emailing Dr. Sturm.
For more live
and free over-the-phone events for women DCs – as well as details on how to
listen to past phone-in seminars that you may have missed – please visit www.drbarbarasturm.com
or email Dr. Sturm at firstname.lastname@example.org.