Women in Leadership
Often, people who have never had a leadership role will stand up and take the lead when a situation they care about requires it. Upon Completion, participants will be able to recognize these events and grab the reins with more confidence. This training touches on understanding the leadership gap, vital leadership traits, and how to overcome various barriers.
With our Women in Leadership training you will learn how women are changing the workforce and gain a new perspective on the workforce, and what benefits can come from hiring and promoting women to higher positions.
Who should attend?
This course is for women
- 50% of the Population
- 60% of College Degrees
- 47% of the US Workforce
- 52% of Professional-level Jobs
- Case Study
Underrepresented in LeadershipExecutive PositionsFinance, Health Care, and LawHistorical TrendsCase Study Gender Differences are OveremphasizedGender Differences are UndervaluedWomen Lack Professional NetworksWork and Family ConflictCase Study Lead by Uniting Diverse GroupsValue Work-life BalanceValue Interpersonal RelationshipsValue AccountabilityCase Study Greater CollaborationCulture of Work-life BalanceCulture of AccountabilityAssists in Recruiting MillennialsCase Study Actively Recruit WomenCreate/Encourage Networking OpportunitiesPair Women with Mentors in LeadershipCreate/Encourage Training OpportunitiesCase Study Discover your Barriers to HiringDiscover your Barriers to RetentionRecruit via women’s OrganizationsWomen-friendly CultureCase Study Create a women’s Networking GroupEncourage Joining OrganizationsNetworking Builds ConfidenceNetworking and Recruiting Case Study Benefits of MentoringThink CreativelyIncorporate at Every StageEncourage Women to MentorCase Study Encourage Learning of Leadership SkillsInternal Programs and TrainingsOutside Programs and TrainingsEncourage Training at Every Career StageCase Study Lessons LearnedCompletion of Action Plans and Evaluations