The Packaging & Processing Women's Leadership Network serves to recruit, retain and advance women's careers in packaging and processing. We do this through online and in-person events, information-sharing and networking. Join the Packaging & Processing Women’s Leadership Network group on LinkedIn to connect with peers and learn about upcoming events.
Connect with incredible women who are making a difference in our industry at PMMI's Packaging & Processing Women’s Leadership Network (PPWLN) Reception on Tuesday, March 19, from 4:00pm – 6:00pm at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. This bi-annual reception is designed to bring women in the industry together in a relaxed meet-and-greet setting at PACK EXPO East 2024.
The Packaging & Processing Women's Leadership Network now has a Latin America chapter which serves to inspire, recruit, retain and advance women's careers in packaging and processing.
We do this through online and in-person events, information-sharing and networking.
Join us through our webinar series and see you at our KEYNOTE during EXPO PACK México 2024.
To demonstrate how far modern manufacturing has come and the need for diversity in the industry, PMMI’s Packaging & Processing Women’s Leadership Network (PPWLN) has an ongoing program in place that connects multiple generations of women currently in the industry or interested in learning more.
Now, PPWLN and the OpX Leadership Network have teamed up to deliver an easy to access digital resource that outlines five core characteristics that will help women navigate a career in manufacturing. In the following pages you will hear from subject matter experts in the areas of business acumen, negotiation, communication, emotional intelligence, and networking. You will also be inspired by the stories of women leaders who reflect on their personal experiences, offering advice to others entering the manufacturing and packaging industries.
In this episode we delve into the crucial topic of negotiation. Negotiation is a skill that holds significant importance in career development, yet it's not always innate for many individuals. The question we're exploring today is: Can negotiation be learned?