Women in Executive Leadership

Eli Broad College of Business

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Eli Broad College of Business

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Who should attend

  • Have 5-10 years of experience in at least one functional role with increasing levels of responsibility
  • Have positions ranging from lead engineer to manager, analyst to administrator, global innovation advisor to global environment affairs leader, consultant, owner
  • Aspire to advance to more senior levels of management
  • Are seeking to expand their influence within their organization
  • A big impact: If you are part of a group or team of leaders who would like to positively impact their organization, we can offer you a group discount or a custom program for your organization.

About the course

Women face unique challenges in the workplace: the glass ceiling, the broken rung, the likability conundrum, work-life balance, leaning in, the imposter syndrome, double bind, differing perceptions of their strategic communication. Talk about these challenges and learn how to navigate through them. Learn to be successful in many types of environments. Invest in your leadership development as a means of achieving your career objectives. And hone your executive leadership skills.

Our Women in Executive Leadership program is offered by The Broad College of Business from Michigan State University and includes the latest research from our faculty in the fields of leadership, emotional intelligence, communication, negotiation, and inclusion. Participants have opportunities to hone their skills and build their network during the program. Senior executives from industry will share their best advice for creating value during optional speeches immediately following a few of the modules. Given the increased number of challenges many women face as a result of the pandemic*, we hope you can join us as we offer this opportunity to help leaders advance with confidence.

KEY LEARNING OBJECTIVES

Participants in this program will learn to:

  • Take time to invest in your development as a high-performance leader
  • Learn to adapt while being true to yourself and your goals

Your Environment

  • Better understand the path women must take to leadership and learn to manage through the root causes of the barriers that exist for women in the workplace
  • Advocate for yourself and what you want

Your Leadership

  • Understand how emotions influence behavior and use this emotional intelligence to adjust to different environments
  • Align yourself with mentors and sponsors to support your growth
  • Engage authentically as you expand your network

Your Leadership Skill Mastery

  • Learn the difference between the negotiating behaviors of men and women and adjust your approach to be even more successful. You will have an opportunity for real-time practice negotiating during this program.
  • Find your voice. Speak up in a way that ensures your ideas will be heard
  • Learn best practices for communicating in challenging situations
  • Learn the different ways men and women set and communicate strategic goals

These learning outcomes will be achieved through faculty instruction, group discussions, and interactive exercises.

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Jennifer Dunn

Jennifer Dunn is a faculty member in the Department of Management at Michigan State University. Jennifer received her Ph.D. in Decision Processes from The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. Jennifer conducts research in the areas of negotiations, trust, reputation, and ethical ...

Christy Zhou Koval

Academic qualifications Ph.D. Duke University, Management & Organizations M.Sc. University of Western Ontario, Industrial/Organizational Psychology HBA University of Western Ontario, Ivey Business School   ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE -The Hong Kong University of Science and Techn...

Angela Hall

Angela T. Hall, JD, PhD, is an Assistant Professor in the School of Human Resources and Labor Relations at Michigan State University. She received her JD from Florida State University, College of Law and her PhD from Florida State University, College of Business. She has previously been on the fa...

Quinetta Roberson

Quinetta Roberson, Ph.D. is the Fred J. Springer Endowed Chair in Business Leadership at Villanova University, prior to which she was on the faculty at Cornell University. She has been a visiting scholar at universities on six continents and has more than 18 years of global experience in teaching...

Elizabeth Dorrance Hall

Elizabeth Dorrance Hall is an Assistant Professor in the Communication Department at Michigan State University and Director of the Family Communication and Relationships Lab. She received her Ph.D. in Family and Interpersonal Communication from Purdue University. Elizabeth's research focuses on c...

Brent Scott

Professor Scott received his Ph.D. in Business Administration from the University of Florida and his B.A. in Psychology from Miami University (OH). His research focuses on the role of mood and emotions at work, organizational justice, and well-being. Dr. Scott's research has been published in jou...

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