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Santa Clara University Leavey School of Bussiness

Women's Corporate Board Readiness Program

May 7—Jun 5, 2020
4 daysModules info
Santa Clara, California, United States
USD 7195
USD 1798 per day

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Description

Calling all Women Who Seek Board Positions.

Organizations with women in leadership positions perform better than those that don’t. They surpass others in social responsiveness, sustainability, and financial performance. Recent evidence also indicates that companies with female board members are more successful than those without women, a key concern for organizational competitiveness.

This program will feature faculty who are highly successful women board members and other experts in the field. You will join other high-performing, accomplished, and ambitious women who have already achieved much in their careers and who desire to take their talent, leadership, and executive skills to the next level by serving on boards. As a participant, you will also have the opportunity to develop a personalized action plan to seek and obtain a board directorship.

Act With Power

This highly interactive course will use case studies and experiential sessions to prepare you for directorship and start you on the path to being a sought-after candidate.

Go anywhere from here

You will expand your ability to evaluate board opportunities based on your own preferences and cultural fit, learn to communicate effectively in the language of boards, and gain critical knowledge and skills you will need to be effective.

Experts

Dr. Jo-Ellen Pozner joined Santa Clara University's Leavey School of Business in the fall of 2016. Before that, she was on faculty at the Haas School of Business, University of California, Berkeley. She graduated with a PhD in Management and Organizations from the Kellogg School of Management, No...
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Juli Betwee brings a rare blend of corporate management experience, strategic thinking, and entrepreneurial know-how to her work with mid-market firms. Her 25 years of wide-ranging experience give her a keen understanding of the challenges facing CEOs who want to significantly grow and scale thei...
Lisa is a high impact C-suite executive that drives results with a team-oriented and authentic style. With extensive experience leading high growth digitally native and global omni-channel businesses at industry defining companies (Stitch Fix, Nike, Patagonia & Gap), Lisa has demonstrated pro...
Julie Cavanna-Jerbic is a senior operations executive, qualified financial expert, and corporate strategist recognized for leading complex organizations by aligning strategy and growth objectives with corporate goals. A former CFO, GM, and CIO at Hewlett-Packard Company (HP), Julie directed top-...
Dennis Lanham is the Sr. Assistant Dean of Executive Education, and Executive Director of the Silicon Valley Executive Center at Santa Clara University. With more than 15 years of experience in business education, nonprofit and program management, Dennis has built numerous programs for businesses...
Katharine (Katie) Martin is chair of Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati's board of directors and a partner in the firm's Palo Alto office, where she practices corporate and securities law. Katie previously served as a member of the Policy Committee and as the leader of its business law departme...
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