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About the course
It is generally acknowledged that organizations with diversity in executive roles achieve greater success. Frequently, women have less representation in higher ranks of leadership and a more difficult time climbing the corporate ladder. The Women at Work program helps women assess and address gender-specific challenges by developing a skill-set to succeed in the workplace as it is today. Through this program, you will gain the ability to use organizational resources to navigate the path to executive leadership with greater ease.
- Implement skills and strategies for excelling in a biased workplace
- Address self-limiting beliefs and behaviors through increased self-awareness
- Leverage important relationships and networks for building career success
- Use negotiation and influence techniques to ask for, and receive, what you want
- Incorporate storytelling as a tool to influence in work and life
- Practice strategies for maintaining wellness
Who should attend
Female individual contributors and leaders with at least 7 years of work experience.
Trust the experts
Alison Fragale studies the determinants and consequences of power, status and influence in organizations, conflict resolution and negotiation, and verbal and nonverbal communication. An award-winning teacher, Dr. Fragale teaches courses on effective leadership and negotiation skills to un...
Mabel Miguel teaches courses in leadership and management at UNC Kenan-Flagler, where she serves as director of the Global Business Center. She shares her global expertise and experiences by infusing leadership lessons that transcend geographical and cultural boundaries into the leadershi...
Heidi Schultz is a professor of management and corporate communication at UNC Kenan-Flagler where she teaches oral and written business communication. She was instrumental in founding the area and served as its chair for 16 years before stepping down in 2013. Her current interests and res...