Office Depot Foundation Women’s Symposium – Building Your Toolbox for Success in West Palm Beach

Feb 5th, 2016


The Office Depot Foundation Women’s Symposium is being held at the Kravis Center in West Palm Beach February 26-27, 2016. We are delighted to share that Karen Pfeffer (co-founder of Fire Power Seminars) will be speaking and doing a board breaking demonstration. Talk about empowerment!

The theme for the symposium this year is Building Your Toolbox for Success: Transitions for Today, Tomorrow and the Future.

Throughout this highly engaging two-day gathering, you’ll come together with numerous other accomplished women in an incredibly inspiring atmosphere. You’ll gain a new understanding and appreciation of tools you can use to become even more successful as you transition throughout the course of your personal and professional life.

This is the second annual Office Depot Foundation Women’s Symposium. For more information, and discounted pricing through February 17, register here!

Thinking about building your toolbox for success, we have some great resources to start now:

Tips for Women Entrepreneurs

Effective Communication for Executives and Leadership

How Do Leaders Learn?

Conflict Resolution – Don’t Get Mad, Get Curious

What would you add to your toolbox for success?

Fire Power Seminars has communication and empowerment seminars available for executives and leadership teams to enhance and inspire new levels of effective communication. For more information about empowerment, team building and transformation, contact Karen at 954.232.4486 or

Karen Pfeffer
Karen is passionate about sharing powerful programs on communication, empowerment, team building and transformation. With a father from Kansas and a mother from Puerto Rico, Karen has a unique cultural mix that has inspired her to challenge stereotypes and “push the envelope” at every opportunity. She co-founded Fire Power Seminars with Connie Phelan in 2006 to empower individuals, organizations, and companies to achieve more than they ever thought possible.

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