Leadership for Women

When:
June 22, 2016 @ 8:00 am – 12:00 pm
2016-06-22T08:00:00-04:00
2016-06-22T12:00:00-04:00
Where:
University of North Florida
1 University of North Fl Dr
Jacksonville, FL 32224
USA

The Merriam-Webster simple definition of leadership is: the power or ability to lead other people. The full definition of leadership as capacity to lead. Yet according to The State of Women in Florida report produced by the Center for American Progress Action Fund women hold only 38.7 percent of the managerial jobs in Florida, despite making up 52 percent of the state’s population.

This four-hour workshop is designed by women and for women, in order to develop the leadership skills of women who aspire to greater success when leading others.

Who Should Attend

Formal Leaders – front line and mid level with five years of professional experience, who aspire to optimize their current leadership performance and prepare for further leadership responsibilities.

Informal Leaders – individual contributors who are early in their career (post graduate) who aspire to assume leadership entry level positions and to optimize their performance.

Key Outcomes

  • Learn what balance in your life has to do with your leadership effectiveness.
  • Learn how your leadership style impacts your success at work.
  • Discover your professional brand…and why it matters to your success in the workplace.

Why Attend

Anytime you invest in learning about yourself, you are taking positive steps toward improving your path. In this course, you will be exposed to new concepts and possibilities from the course facilitator, and also from professional peers at varying stages of their career. You will learn how to recognize your own behaviors and tendencies that are supporting your career, and those that are detracting from your achievement of your professional goals.

Value Added

Included in the program:

  • Everything DiSC Work of Leaders® Assessment provides leaders with a personalized strategy for leadership success. The personalized leadership report is perfect for leaders in any industry at any experience-level. Learn more about your leadership style and improve your effectiveness as a leader with our comprehensive Leadership Development Assessment tool. The assessment is commonly used for executive coaching, for leadership development or for career development programs.
  • “Standing at the Crossroads – Next Steps for High-Achieving Women” by Marian N. Ruderman and Patricia J. Ohlott. This book, based on extensive research, looks at the fundamental pressures that influence the career and personal decisions high-achieving women make, and identifies strategies for adapting to the many demands that both challenge and enhance their lives.