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To create a workplace culture of diversity and inclusion, it is vital to provide the tools, resources and space for women to prepare for advancement opportunities and to help them reach their potential. In this workshop, learn to identify the organizational business need for such a program, and gain skills to launch a new, expanded or improved initiative for women.
By then end of the day, you will leave with a set of effective strategies, best practices and tools to customize and use with your colleagues as you launch your new, expanded or improved initiative for women.
Professionals who work in HR, talent development, D&I, and any committee member leading a women’s initiative, who are interested in developing or expanding their diversity and inclusion, or more specifically, their women’s initiative. This event is open to both men and women in corporations, not-for-profits and government agencies.
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 dynamic, hands-on, 2-day experience gives participants the knowledge and tools necessary to be viewed as present and future leaders, advance their careers and add greater value to the organization.
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.
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What does your senior leadership team look like?
Do you need a focused effort to promote more women into these roles?
With the rising need to create a workplace culture of diversity, inclusion, and belonging, it is vital to provide the tools, resources, and space for women to prepare for advancement. Discover how to identify the organizational business need for a program that fosters leadership skills and growth opportunities to make a lasting change on the participants and your company’s future.
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Lauren McNally is the director of AMA’s Women’s Leadership Center, overseeing the strategic direction of membership and corporate initiatives including content vision, event development, and marketing strategies. She is energized by supporting organizations that are working to develop women for future advancement through community and meaningful education. Prior to coming to AMA, McNally led marketing efforts for the National Association of Professional Women and Professional Diversity Network. She graduated cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in visual communication design from the University of Hartford.
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.
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.
Maintain Control in Every Situation at Work
Every part of your work life places you in close proximity to people trying to get their unique jobs done. You have demanding clients, colleagues who are wonderful to work with and some with whom you have a sometimes tense relationship.
When you add in the constant requests, expectations and demands you face on a daily basis, you have a recipe for stress. At those times when tensions run high, emotions get frayed. An angry word, foul mood or bungled interaction can significantly damage your relationships with bosses and coworkers.
You can’t change the way others feel and act; you can only change the way you react to them.
This webinar gives you the opportunity to develop the steady self-control that people respond to and respect. You’ll discover powerful tips and tactics to help lessen the intensity and duration of someone else’s outburst and help you stay calm while dealing with challenging situations. It helps you build a foundation for more positive days at work, with a proactive approach to managing your emotions in stressful situations.
Your positive emotional well being is a key to nurturing successful relationships at work. This webinar teaches you the skills needed to harness positive behaviors and reduce toxic emotions that can damage your professional relationships, tarnish your reputation, or derail your career.
How You Will Benefit
After completing this course, you will be able to:
Pauline Larkin is a consultant and trainer working with clients in the areas of leadership development, performance management, organizational culture and communication skills.
Discover the Power of Paying It Forward
Mentoring is one of the critical keys to your professional success. While it appears simple on its surface, developing an impactful mentoring relationship involves a significant amount of consideration and planning both by the mentee and the mentor.
In this webinar, you will discover what mentoring is (and what it isn’t) and how you can capitalize on this powerful partnership to become a more effective leader.
You’ll discover how to design a mentoring alliance that will benefit both parties while establishing clear guidelines and milestones to ensure the sharing of knowledge and building of networks with measurable outcomes.
Tonya Echols is an Executive Coach, Leadership Consultant, facilitator, speaker, and writer. She is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credentialed by the International Coach Federation (ICF) of which she is also a Global member and President Elect of the ICF Georgia Chapter. Tonya was recognized by LinkedIn ProFinder as one of the standout Executive Coaches of the year for 2016 and 2017, and her writing has been featured in several publications including Forbes, HuffPost, and Training Industry.
Get Your Management Career Off On the Right Foot
When you move from being an individual contributor to overseeing the work of others, you’ll face a whole set of new challenges. The truth is that the skills that made you a great team player won't necessarily make you a great manager.
This 90-minute webinar sets you on the right course to developing a set of skills that can help you manage people, organize a productive team, and deliver results. You’ll find that this will make the transition to your new role smoother and more successful.
And everything you learn, you'll be able to use right away.
When tough problems come up, you'll know how to handle them. When you're faced with a crisis, you'll react with confidence. All in all, you'll be better equipped to keep employees engaged and focused on meeting their goals ... helping you achieve success.
Put this webinar on your to-do list, and sign up right now!
Join us to learn practical tactics for bringing out the best in others, including:
Along with your new responsibilities, you’ll be faced with new relationship dynamics, as well as new opportunities for personal and career growth—when you have the proper training.
This webinar provides that support. You'll gain confidence…build a productive team…and have more success sooner!
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