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About the course
Take your career to the next level in our women leadership program Learn to become a more impactful and effective leader through this transformational experience. This women’s leadership program is designed for professionals in leadership roles who are eager to catapult their careers to the next level.
Learn Essential Skills
- Activate a personalized action plan, informed throughout the week with feedback from executive coaches and peers.
- Identify and strategically deploy your strengths as an entrepreneurial leader in any professional setting.
- Enhance your network of senior women leaders.
What You Will Learn
In this women’s leadership executive education program, you will develop your personal strengths while identifying how those strengths can make positive impacts on your organization and your community.
Come to the program with a critical and current challenge related to your career. Through ongoing coaching sessions, you will share and receive feedback on the challenge, develop strategies for how to approach it, and develop an action plan to address it.
- Recognizing and amplifying your leadership skills and strengths
- Leveraging Entrepreneurial Thought & Action® to harness new opportunities for you and your organization
- Identifying the roles of gender, diversity, and inclusivity in an organization
- Strategizing how to intentionally direct your career trajectory
- Building your personal board of advisors
- Improving negotiation skills
- Increasing executive leadership presence and influence
- Hearing strategies for personal and organizational success from successful women executives and leaders
Who should attend
Mid- to senior-level women executives who are anticipating or experiencing a career transition
Trust the experts
Susan Duffy is the Executive Director of the Center for Women’s Entrepreneurial Leadership (CWEL) at Babson College. The CWEL is a collaborative learning laboratory dedicated to investigating, educating and celebrating women entrepreneurial leaders of all kinds. Susan is recognized within her sph...
Academic Division: ManagementDanna Greenberg is the Walter H. Carpenter Professor of Organizational Behavior. Danna teaches organizational behavior at the undergraduate, graduate, and execute level often in association with entrepreneurship and design thinking. Danna holds a B.A. in Psychology ...
Professor Jeffry A. Timmons Professor of Entrepreneurial Studies Education B.S., Louisiana State University M.B.A., Ph.D., University of Colorado at Boulder Academic Division Entrepreneurship Areas of Expertise Corporate Entrepreneurship; Social Entrepreneurship; New Venture Creation Contact hn...
Mary Shapiro is the author of The HBR Guide to Leading Teams, which captures the strategies and stories from 25 years of working with teams. For more than 25 years, she has served as an Organizational Behavior faculty at Simmons University, an executive trainer, and a consultant to public and pri...
Wendy Marcinkus Murphy, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Management at Babson College. She primarily teaches organizational behavior for undergraduates and managing talent in the graduate programs, as well as customized executive education. Currently, she is Co-Director of the Foundations of Ma...
Academic Division: Entrepreneurship Dr. Angela Randolph joins the Entrepreneurship Division at Babson College as an Assistant Professor in the fall of 2015. Professor Randolph’s initial interest in entrepreneurship was inspired by working with entrepreneurs as they developed and grew their busine...
Jan Shubert is an educator and a consultant who has had almost forty years of experience in organizational development, organizational change and leadership development. As a consultant, she has worked domestically and internationally with a wide constellation of private sector organizations, no...
As the Executive Director of The Lewis Institute for Social Innovation and The Babson Social Innovation Lab, Cheryl is responsible for leading a critical aspect of the growth strategy for Babson by promoting broad support for Babson’s work in integrating social innovation and social entrepreneurs...
I work to empower women to own their unique superpowers and to be fluent in the professional value they offer to others, their organizations—and the world. My passion is to inspire and motivate women at all levels of organizational leadership to fully realize and manifest their leadership potent...
Women's Leadership Program: From Opportunity to Action