A Womans Guide to Leadership: Communication, Credibility, and Influence
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Women are steadily increasing their ranks in management and professional fields, yet they still face a variety of challenges. This program identifies the steps successful women take to navigate advancement to leadership. Practical advice, techniques and strategies for getting a seat at the table, communicating with credibility, and finding her voice will be offered. Real-life case studies, self-assessments, experiential exercises and action steps that help women transcend barriers and enhance their chances of leadership are the focus.
Time Allocation - Topics
- 10% The Origin of the Rules of Engagement
- From the Playground to the BoardroomT
- The Seven Most Asked Questions About Gender : Men and Women as Two Distinct Subcultures
- 15% Expanding Your Presence
- The Twelve A's to Axe: Ways Women are Socialized that Create Stumbling Blocks
- How to achieve the Balance of Being Assertive
- Letting Go of Approval and Affiliation
- 25% Being Heard and Taken Seriously
- 5 Ways Women and Men Manage Conversation
- Taking Charge versus Taking Care
- Process versus Goal Oriented Talk
- Unlocking your Credibility
- 15% It is What We Don't Say that Means A Lot
- Nonverbal Cues that Enhance Credibility
- The Top 5 Noverbals that Undermine Credibility
- What is Means to "Walk the Walk"
- 20% How Leadership is Achieved with Code-Switching
- What is the Code-Switching Style?
- How Code Switching is a Blend of Two styles-Masculine and Feminine: A Synergistic Approach to communication
- How Code Switching is Strong and Soft, Assertive and Straightforward
- How Code Switching is Flexible and Adaptable
- 15% Wrap-Up: Back to Work as a Visible, Credible Employee-Enforce the Opportunity and Success You Deserve
- Breaking the "He" and "She" Code
- How to Become Self-Conscious, Self-Aware and Self Monitor Your Communication
- Primary Presence, Political Skills, Developmental Perspective, Interpersonal Relations
- Secondary Generate and Obtain Plan Support
- Tertiary Coordination, Follow-Up