Leadership Development

Women and Leadership: Thriving in the Workplace

NASBA CPEs: 14|CEUs: 1.4

Who Should Attend

This course is for anyone interested in becoming a more effective organizational leader by increasing their understanding of how organizations work as well as how their individual leadership style impacts the behavior of their teams.

The course is especially beneficial for women who have not had extensive exposure to leadership models, organizational behavior frameworks, and theoretical models of organization behavior. The topics are appropriate for all organizational levels and functional areas and may be especially beneficial for new leaders, those aspiring to leadership positions, and long-time leaders who would like to enhance their leadership effectiveness. 

What You Will Learn

    The following topics will be covered in the course:

    • Leadership Concepts, Theories, Characteristics, Traits, and Attributes
       
    • How Culture and Climate Impact the Organization
       
    • Four Organizational Pillars
       
    • Differences between Leaders and Managers
       
    • Leadership Models and Styles which include:

      • The Four Framework Approach
      • Blake and Mouton's Leadership Grid (Understanding Leadership Style)
    • Organizational Behavior
       
    • Team Leadership and Group Dynamics which include:

      • Steps of Problem Solving
      • Hill's Team Model of diagnosing and correcting team problems 
    • Diversity and Inclusion

      • Millennials in the workforce
    • The ABCs of Performance Management
       
    • Leadership and Human Behavior

      • Abraham Maslow's theory of Hierarchal Needs
    • Women and Leadership Discussion

      • Tools and techniques for Thriving in the Workplace
    • Transformational Leadership

    Students will complete:

    •    A Leadership Style Self-Assessment
    •    A Leadership Matrix Survey
    •    An exercise of their organization’s culture and climate

Why You Should Attend

Our instructor brings significant leadership experience to the classroom. She will candidly share her experiences and strategies for thriving in the workplace, provide you with tools and techniques to enrich the learning experience, and create a comfortable, open, and exciting classroom environment, in which students can also learn from one another.

Select a Date and Location
August 10 - 11, 2020
9am-4pm
Class ID: 10003746
September 2 - 3, 2020
9am-4pm
Class ID: 10003747
September 17 - 18, 2020
9am-4pm
Class ID: 10003748
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