Stream Energy, the prominent energy and cellular service provider, is known for many initiatives that are aimed to empower its women employees. Among the major initiatives, Women of Power retreat is a program that conducts every year to make them advanced through various programs. The fourth edition of the annual program concluded in the early weeks of November 2017, and it was hosted at the main office of the company located in Dallas, Texas. Women of Power is an initiative that was founded in the year 2010 which inspires and mentors the female associates of the firm to build a personal business. Follow Stream Energy on linkedin.com.
Renée Hornbaker, the CFO of Stream Energy, confirmed that for each edition, the firm adopts a theme and this year, it was Shine. With that, the company wanted to give out a message of shining the true selves of everyone with confidence and inspire others to follow the same. The weekend, which the retreat conducted, saw renowned speakers addressing the audience. The speakers included Nicole Lapin, Karen Leland, Melissa Mark Garner, and more. While Nicole is a best-selling author and news correspondent, Karen is a prominent business leader, and Melissa, a wellness consultant to the corporates.
The workshops were focused on cultivating skills that are required for the business goals as well as building confidence in people. A session named “How to Become Your Own Boss,” provided personal branding tips, mindful exercises, and visualization. Chelsey Berend, the Events Director at Stream Energy, confirmed that the associates who participated the programs saw greater improvements in their business due to the resources provided. This time people walked away with a great set of valuable skills to be themselves of Women of Power.
Stream Energy began its journey in 2005 with an innovative sales strategy – word of mouth. The direct selling energy supplier has generated an amazing $8 billion revenue in its 12 years run.
Apart from wireless and energy services, Stream Energy also provides home and protective services to its large customer base. While all other services are available across the country, energy services are currently limited to eight states and laid out plans to quickly expand to more states in the coming years. Read more about Stream Energy at Crunchbase.