AIPLA Women in IP Law Free Webinar on June 4th: Color Q Personality

The key to enjoying and succeeding at work lies in knowing your core strengths and making the most of them. Discover your “Color Q” personality type and unlock your potential — learn how to use your natural talents to deal with conflicts, negotiate compensation, and reenergize your professional life and self-coach your way to greater success. The webinar will be moderated by Rich Goldstein and will feature Shoya Zichy and four of our own Women in IP Law Committee members, each representing a different personality type. Shoya Zichy is an internationally recognized author and speaker and creator of the award-winning Color Q personality profile system. She specializes in energetic, humor-filled and practical seminars on team building, leadership, sales, women’s initiatives, career development, and developing a coaching culture. Formerly president of the Myers-Briggs Association of New York, Shoya’s clients include Merrill Lynch, Bank of America, UBS, and the U.S Treasury. She is the author of Career Match: Connecting Who You are With What You’ll Love to Do and Personality Power: Discover Your Unique Profile — and Unlock Your Potential for Breakthrough Success.
Upon registration, you will be provided with a pre-test for determining your “Color Q” personality type. All AIPLA Women in IP Law members should have already received an email with a link for registering.

The webinar is sponsored by:

Title: Color Q Personality Power
Date: Tuesday, June 4, 2013
Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM EDT

For more information please contact Yelena Morozova at or Debora Plehn-Dujowich at


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