Women and Leadership
Leadership is a skill that’s not completely inherent, but also has a component that is learned as well. As a woman, it is sometimes hard to move into a leadership position in the workplace. You have to be ready with the skills you will need when the opportunity presents itself.
Get those skills sharpened with this course. You are going to know about creating barriers to benefits, social and emotional intelligence, and self-awareness. You will know about decision making, a leadership brand, and workplace philosophy.
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After you complete this course, you will be able to:
- Understand a brief history and evolution of women and leadership.
- Recognize barriers to women’s leadership and how to handle them.
- Learn how to use barriers to create benefits.
- Define Social and Emotional Intelligence and understand its importance in workplace leadership.
- Understand the importance of Self-Awareness in identifying and owning your own strengths and skills.
- Develop a basic vision and brand for your leadership.
- Understand the essential leadership skills for women.
- Examine steps and skills to good decision making.
- Create your own Workplace Philosophy Statement and Action Plan.
Course Outline & Major Topics
- Women and Leadership: Owning Your Strengths and Skills
- Women and the Workforce
- Learning from our History
- Leadership Examined
- Barriers and Benefits to Women’s Leadership
- Barriers vs. Benefits
- Improving Self-Management through Reflection
- Social and Emotional Intelligence
- Defining Emotional Intelligence
- Understanding Self-Awareness
- Developing Leadership Awareness and Brand
- Personal Inventory
- Creating and Selling Your Brand
- Selling and Screening your Brand and Ideas
- Leadership Skills
- Identifying Relationship Skills
- Identifying Leadership Skills
- Making Good Decisions
- Ingredients of a Good Decision
- Good Decision – Poor Decision
- Decision Wheel Method
- Creating Your Workplace Philosophy
- Philosophy Statement
- Building your Plan
- Building your Team
- Making the Approach
*Receive a nationally recognized certificate for participation in this course
Who Should Take This Course?
- Team Members & Leaders
- Front Line Workers
- New Hires