Goizueta Business School

Goizueta Executive Women's Leadership Forum

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About the course


In the Goizueta Executive Women’s Leadership Forum, you’ll examine the power of storytelling, develop a personal leadership narrative, and discover how you can leverage your own story to drive your organization’s culture, strategy, and direction.


In this five-day, immersive, residential program, you’ll be surrounded by a network of your peers – successful women executives – who are looking to expand their leadership capacities and spearhead strategic initiatives in their organizations.

Course Takeaways

A Powerful Story

Learn how your personal and professional narratives can influence culture, inspire action, and deliver results.

A Clear Direction

Develop leadership and strategy narratives for yourself, your teams, and your organization.

A Powerful Network

Enhance your professional network with contacts who understand your goals and can provide meaningful guidance and feedback.


Craft more persuasive messages, re-examine attitudes on assertiveness in a data-driven discussion on perception and gender, uncover how your organization operates, and create value for the business and for the role you play as a leader and strategic thinker.

Who should attend

  • Senior-level women executives with atleast 15 years of work experience
  • Strategic leaders who have, or are poised to receive, responsibilities for developing and leading strategic initiatives
  • Professionals who wish to improve their network for guidance and feedback

Trust the experts

Karen Sedatole

Karen L. Sedatole is a Professor of Accounting in the Department of Accounting and Information Systems, Eli Broad College of Business, Michigan State University. She earned her BSE in computer engineering from Baylor University in 1987, her MBA from The University of Texas at Austin in 1989, and ...


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