Are you a Manager – or a Transformational Leader?
Are you leveraging your full potential?
Substantial studies confirm that more women at the top means a better bottom line.
Organizations are finally acknowledging they have an entire corps of underutilized talent whose value and contributions are both timely and needed. A ‘Transformational Woman Leader’ knows her worth and is willing to step out of her comfort zone. She knows she can’t do it alone and that the mutual support of mentors, networks, and alliances, is how to get things done. And she and is a lifelong learner.
In this seminar, we begin that ‘internal journey’ — one where you better understand your abilities, behaviors, and working relationships, along with opportunities for development. We will visit core leadership requirements such as emotional intelligence, rich communication, understanding yours and other’s work styles. By expanding your perspective as a leader, you can establish your ‘brand’, one that sets you apart. We will explore your place in this fast-paced, ever-changing, technology-driven work world, now and in the future, and encourage you to take your place.
P.S. And if you want to better understand your women leaders, please join us!
Jean Corson has been developing and facilitating courses and serving as an internal consultant for Learning Tree for over sixteen years. She is a Certified Executive Coach and has other professional designations. Global clients include international Fortune 50 companies– defense and security, US. Federal government, multinational financial institutions, technology organizations and many other fields and industries. Her consulting firm JS Corson International, brings “real world” experience into the classroom.
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