The Dale Carnegie Women's Leadership Academy
As companies compete for talent today, it's important to focus on retaining and promoting from within as the most effective way to plan for succession. This program is specifically designed to develop women leaders to be innovative, solve problems, work across disciplines and get outside the silos to create organizational results.
According to the Center for American Progress - The Women’s Leadership Gap (2018), women make up 50.8 percent of the U.S. population and earn almost 57 percent of the undergraduate degrees and 59 percent of all master’s degrees. They account for 47 percent of the U.S. labor force and 52.5 percent of the college-educated workforce. And yet, women make up just 26.5 percent of executive and senior officials and managers, 11 percent of top earners, and 4.8 percent of CEOs in S&P 500 companies.
What You’ll Learn
You will learn confidence and the skills of a leader by creating a personal vision and developing a unique personal leadership style that builds trust, credibility and respect in your organization. By developing communication skills that include listening and using diplomacy and tact, you will develop an executive presence. You will learn to analyze problems, make decisions that utilize innovation. Lastly, participants will learn the art of impactful presentations.
Why You Want To Learn It
Whether you are an individual that seeks to move ahead in her career, or a company seeking to retain and promote their women employees in the organization, this program provides the foundation of influential communications, human relations and processes that are essential to executive leadership.
How It Will Help You
At the end of the program, you will become a confident leader, allowing you to be positioned for more complex jobs. You will be able to communicate with authority and build meaningful and impactful relationships to drive business results.