Compare courses
Goizueta Business School

Goizueta Executive Women's Leadership Forum

Emory Executive Education Faculty Profile: Karen Sedatole
Aug 25—29, 2019
5 days
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
USD 10000
USD 2000 per day

How it works


Coursalytics is an independent platform to find, compare, and book executive courses. Coursalytics is not endorsed by, sponsored by, or otherwise affiliated with Goizueta Business School.

Full disclaimer.


Goizueta Executive Women’s Leadership Forum is unlike any other program for senior-level women executives. Designed to help women leaders embrace their story, on both a personal and professional level, this program immerses executives in a 3-day residential learning environment where they step away from their day-to-day work to concentrate on building both a personal leadership narrative and a strategy narrative for their teams and their organizations. The Forum also provides executives with access to a powerful network to enhance their professional contacts and development.


  • Methods for telling a good story, underscoring the power of narrative as a communication technique
  • Uncover how your organization operates as a complex system to better understand how to create and capture value for your organization and the role you play
  • Understand assertiveness as a female executive through a data-driven discussion of how perception links to gender


  • Develop a deep understanding of the role storytelling can play in building your organization’s culture, strategy, and direction
  • Gain the knowledge and insights needed to develop organizational strategy, understand the execution process, and map this strategy forward to drive results and create value
  • Build your skill as a leader of a high performing team and as a strategic thinker within your organization


  • Roberto C. Goizueta Leadership Certificate
  • Qualifies as an elective for the C-Suite Certificates

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


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 ...

Next dates

Aug 25—29, 2019
5 days
Atlanta, Georgia, USA
USD 10000
USD 2000 per day

How it works

Show more