Women in Leadership: Inspire, Influence & Impact

Carlson School of Management

Carlson School of Management

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Who should attend

  • Women business leaders
  • Businesswomen preparing for future leadership roles
  • Mid to senior-level leaders

About the course

This program prepares women to thrive and grow to their full potential with crucial strategies and business skills as well as opportunities to connect with other leaders who can share valuable experience.

Women make up 50% of the population but not necessarily 50% of business leadership. This course is an opportunity for you to meet other women in business and enjoy candid, open conversations about the challenges women face in the workforce, and also how to support other women as they come up through the ranks. Over three days, you will strengthen your ability to lead through sessions designed to help you develop your leadership style, increase your influence, improve your communication style, hone negotiation tactics, and lead for sustainable long-term performance. Course experience includes networking time as well as a panel discussion from female business leaders who will share their own journeys, perspectives, and lessons learned.

Key Benefits

  • Engage with seasoned women executives from varied backgrounds and industries
  • Learn proven negotiation strategies to improve outcomes
  • Build an action plan focused on enhancing critical relationships
  • Discuss how to refine communication methods to increase their receptivity
  • Share experience and learn from others successes and missteps

Experts

Connie Wanberg

Professor and Industrial Relations Faculty Excellence Chair; Chair, Department of Work and Organizations Department of Work and Organizations Education BS 1988 Psychology Moorhead State University MS 1990 Industrial/Organizational Psychology Iowa State University PhD 1992 Industrial/Organiz...

Theresa Glomb

Theresa Glomb Professor, The Toro CompanyDavid M. Lilly Chair in Human Resources Department of Work and Organizations Education BA 1993 Psychology DePaul Univ. MA 1995 Industrial/Organizational Psychology Univ. of IllinoisUrbana Champaign PhD 1998 Industrial/Organizational Psychology Univ. ...

Lori Abrams

Lori Abrams is a Distinguished Member of the Carlson Executive Educator Network. Lori is also a Strategic and Organizational Communication Consultant with broad-based experience in workforce optimization, organizational development, and change management. She has extensive experience in creating ...

Stephen Glomb

Education Ph.D. 2006 Educational Psychology (Emphasis: Counseling) University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign M.A. 2003 Educational Psychology (Emphasis: Counseling) University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign B.A. 2000 Psychology Northwestern University Expertise Career and Executive Coaching...

Pri Shah

Education MS 1991 Organizational Behavior Northwestern University PhD 1994 Organizational Behavior Northwestern University BA 1989 Biology and Psychology University of Rochester Expertise Social networks Teams Decision Making Negotiation Procedural Justice Priti Pradhan Shah is an Associa...

Louellen Essex

Louellen Essex is an Educator in the Carlson Executive Educator’s Network at the Carlson School of Management, University of Minnesota. Dr. Essex focuses on training and organizational development, leadership, communication, team building and conflict resolution. She holds a PhD from the Universi...

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