Women’s Leadership Live
A Virtual Workshop
Complimentary Web Event
Women's Leadership Certificate Program
Live Online Sessions Available
Women at every level of an organization can be strong leaders—bringing essential skills like team leadership, strategic thinking and business acumen to their roles. To flourish as a leader, a woman needs not only the skills to lead, but a dynamic voice that can be heard and followed. This unique program will provide you with the knowledge and tools to present yourself as a present and future leader, and to speak up and create value for your organization no matter what your role is. You’ll go beyond the fundamentals of communication and assertiveness skills and explore vision, negotiation and strategy—as well as powerful techniques to enable you to find your leadership voice and lead with courage and conviction.
First, the course will focus on self-awareness and effectively leading yourself. Next, your focus will shift to leading others and presenting yourself as someone who creates and adds value.
Upon completing this unique course, you’ll receive a special AMA Women’s Leadership Certificate, indicating that you’ve received in-person, hands-on training in leadership areas that are crucial for women who lead in business.
Added bonus: You’ll also receive an exclusive AMA certificate in recognition of your completion of this program.
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In today's ever changing business environment it is vital for women to have an assertive voice in business. Assertiveness techniques, when used effectively, can enhance almost every aspect of your job and life — Knowing which tools and techniques to use, and how and when to use them, is critical. AMA’s assertiveness training for women is a 3-day seminar that addresses the unique challenges women face in business and provides them with the assertiveness techniques essential for survival and advancement in their industry. With these skills, women can feel secure that they are sending the right signals that elicit the right responses. They will help you command respect while being respectful and handle almost any situation you’re likely to encounter without seeming overbearing.
AMA's assertiveness training for women gives you the opportunity to practice fundamental assertiveness skills and to share your concerns with other women in a supportive and encouraging learning environment. You’ll assess your leadership style and then apply the new skills and tools you learn directly to one of your own challenges, receive feedback, and refine your skills through videotaped practice. Return to work with a complete and flexible plan for achieving the kind of assertiveness your position demands.
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In today’s fast-paced, hectic work environment, many people are flat-out overworked and at their personal and professional limits. How well are you coping with your daily stresses and frustrations?
More than ever, resilience is a must-have skill to handle today’s work and life overload, challenging people, time constraints, financial pressures, workplace change, resourcing cuts, and more.
Becoming more resilient allows you to stay sharp tackling your daily tasks while also enabling you to stay engaged in your leadership role and avoid burnout.
The good news is that resiliency can be learned and improved with practice.
This webinar gives you strategies, tactics, and tools to achieve resilience and boost your optimism through management of stress, mindful practice, growth after failure, and action in the face of negativity. You’ll get proactive steps you can follow daily to improve your personal balance, well-being, and personal confidence.
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Susan Mason has over 35 years of experience as an educator, executive coach, trainer, and instructional designer. Susan holds advanced degrees in Corporate Communication and Rhetoric and Communication. She has worked at Albany University, Tompkins-Cortland Community College, the Cornell University School of Industrial Labor Relations, and Hamilton College where she served as the founding director of Hamilton’s Oral Communication Center and director of Hamilton’s Education Studies Program. Presently Susan teaches courses in leadership studies and offers leadership education programs for the Arthur Levitt Center for Public Affairs and the Levitt Leadership Institute.
Although women comprise nearly half of the workforce, only 36% of first- and mid-level managers are women. By qualifying as an AMA Certified Professional in Management™, individuals meet a set of carefully designed criteria validating their qualifications as managers—and can be specifically recognized on the basis of this standard. Learn how this groundbreaking certification program can support equal opportunity and help women advance their careers in a whole new way.
Managers, division and department heads, supervisors and other business professionals who are interested in learning about the qualifications for getting certified and the specific benefits of management certification for women. The program will be of particular interest to those who wish to learn how investing in female leaders through such initiatives as management certification can benefit organizations and their long-term success. Individually, women who want to learn why this certification can help them distinguish themselves as managers and advance their careers should also attend.
Dorothy Deming is the director of education, content and operations at American Management Association. She joined AMA in 2012 and currently leads the content development strategy for AMA and manages the learning solutions team. Dorothy has collaborated with clients and organizations to develop and implement high-impact learning solutions that drive results. She has managed and developed learning curriculums for numerous global individuals and organizations. Dorothy has a master’s degree in industrial and organizational psychology from Baruch College.
Lauren McNally is the director of the American Management Association’s Women’s Leadership Center (WLC), leading content, membership, events and corporate initiatives. She is energized by supporting organizations that are working to develop women for future advancement through community and meaningful education. Lauren speaks on topics for women and diversity and inclusion through WLC, Training.com, HR.com and ATD conferences and virtual events. Prior to coming to AMA, McNally led marketing efforts for the National Association of Professional Women and Professional Diversity Network.
Without a reliable benchmark that can be applied across industries, that determination must remain highly subjective—and this can cost organizations in terms of costly hiring decisions, excessive turnover, poor strategy execution and a wide range of other problems. It can also impede managers in their own career advancement.
This webcast will discuss the business case for a management certification standard, as well as AMA’s new program to help managers qualify to be a Certified Professional in Management™.
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Business professionals interested in learning more about management certification. Individual managers can learn more about how to advance their careers with certification and what it takes to get certified. Supervisors of managers, division and department heads can learn more about the benefits to the organization by having certified managers.
Manny Avramidis is American Management Association International’s President and Chief Executive Officer. He joined AMA in 1998 and has since served as Chief Human Resources Officer and then Senior Vice President of U.S. Management Education, where he transformed AMA into a multi-modality learning institution. Prior to joining AMA, Manny was a Senior HR Generalist at Empire Insurance Group, with the responsibility of leading all aspects of Human Resources as well as designing and delivering executive development programs.
Dorothy Deming is the Director of Education, Content, and Operations at American Management Association. She joined AMA in 2012 and currently leads the content development strategy for AMA and manages the learning solutions team. Dorothy has collaborated with clients and organizations to develop and implement high impact learning solutions that drive results. She has managed and developed learning curriculums for numerous global individuals and organizations.
Dorothy has a Master’s degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from Baruch College
Learn how to handle yourself in just about any situation!
Are you afraid to speak up in meetings? Unsure of how to express your ideas with the same confidence you see in others?
Don’t miss this opportunity to discover powerful assertiveness techniques you can use every day, everywhere. You'll learn how to send the right signals so you get the right responses. How to overcome obstacles to assertiveness to get what you want. And how to command respect and get things done.
NOTE: A headset with microphone is required to attend and participate in this program. For more information, view the FAQ page.
This all-new, live virtual event can make a profound impact on your future. It’s designed to offer you a safe and supportive virtual space where you can interact with and learn from other women facing similar career challenges. Here’s what you can expect during this dynamic, online 1-day experience:
Facilitated virtual networking and team-building.
Invaluable career advice from a facilitated keynote discussion.
Expert-led, interactive 3-hour workshop, Executive Presence for Women: Communicating with Confidence.
This event is filled with stimulating discussion and empowering exercises, plus virtual opportunities to build new relationships as you gain insights and ideas from women going through similar challenges. We urge you not to miss out on this exciting 1-day live online workshop that participants have called a "life-changing experience" and "the best workshop I have ever taken."
Special Women's Leadership Center Member Rate: $995
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More and more we are all having to handle difficult situations and difficult conversations that we have never had to handle before. Handling these situations is in fact, difficult. With the right strategies and using emotional intelligence, you can make difficult situations manageable, have productive conversations, and improve outcomes.
Women at every level of an organization can be strong leaders—bringing essential skills like team leadership, strategic thinking and business acumen to their roles. To flourish as a leader, a woman needs not only the skills to lead, but a dynamic voice that can be heard and followed. This unique 2-day program will provide you with the knowledge and tools to position yourself as a present and future leader, and to speak up and create value for your organization, no matter what your role. You’ll go beyond the fundamentals of communication and assertiveness skills and explore vision, negotiation and strategy—as well as powerful techniques to enable you to find your leadership voice and lead with courage and conviction.
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Invaluable insight from a facilitated panel discussion with experts in the D&I field.
Expert-led, interactive 3-hour workshop, Building a D&I Initiative Capstone
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