Explore management certification and how it can help you increase your success
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.
How You Will Benefit
- Discover why management certification can help women advance their careers
- Learn how certification provides a method for recognizing managerial competence
- Improve applicable competencies for management certification
- Learn how certification can help support diversity and inclusion, talent acquisition and promotion ROI
- Develop strategies for preparing to take a certification exam
Who Should Attend
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.
About the Presenters
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.