This course uses interactive learning, reflective exercises, lectures, and experiential simulations to enhance your learning experience.
By enrolling in Women, Power and Leadership, you will . . .
- Receive feedback on your strengths as a leader
- Practice negotiation skills that will help you reach agreements and manage conflict
- Develop a personal brand
- Practice speaking in high-pressure situations
- Identify strategies for work/life balance
- Map your future career goals
You’ll leave the course with an individualized action plan for improving and capitalizing on your unique leadership skills in support of your career aspirations.
This course will benefit . . .
- Women in early-career and mid-career professional positions interested in continued career growth
- Women returning to the workforce after a hiatus wanting to re-engage in networking and business concepts
- Women who want to increase their leadership presence and learn new ways of influencing and communicating.
Kate Atchley, Ph.D.
—faculty, Center for Executive Education, with a doctorate in industrial/organizational psychology. Kate is the managing partner of the Tennessee Assessment Center, a consulting company that evaluates managers’ leadership and people skills in order to assist companies in making better hiring decisions.
Cost of the program includes:
- Most meals (excludes dinner)
- On-campus transportation
- Professional education credits, where applicable
Preferred pricing is available for multiple attendees from the same organization, current students and alumni of the Executive-Level MBA programs, and individuals who qualify for our General Services Agency (GSA) tuition rates. Note: if you qualify for GSA tuition rates, meals and lodging will be billed separately.
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