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Leadership Skills for Women Course

Leadership Skills for Women Course

Leadership Skills for Women Course

1 Sessions -
1 Hour of Interactive Training

Polishing communication styles, developing team-building skills, and creating a successful leadership model are at the heart of this informative course. This is a great first step for women who want to become tomorrow's business leaders. Let the experts show you how to overcome stereotypes of women as leaders and develop the characteristics of effective leaders.

  • Use the powerful team building techniques.
  • Improve your communication style.
  • Delegate skillfully and avoid the superwoman syndrome.

About The Author
Marilyn Manning, PH.D., is a certified management consultant, conflict mediator, and international speaker. She facilitates and coaches teams and leaders to solve difficult people problems and organizational challenges. Her interactive keynote speeches and workshops topics include Strategic Planning, Communications, Change and Conflict Management, Teambuilding, and Customer Service. Her clients include University of Chicago, Lucent, GE, Compaq, GTE, US Postal System, National Semiconductor, and Stanford Hospital.
Author and consultant Patricia Haddock works with organizations to help people increase productivity and effectiveness. She gives speeches and workshops at association events and conferences and for corporations. She also plans and facilitates meetings and focus groups, and works directly with individuals and teams to improve effectiveness and interpersonal skills. Her clients include the IRS, National Judicial College, and State Compensation Insurance fund, among others.

Session 1

Section A: Characteristics of Effective Leaders

  • Introduction
  • Breaking Stereotypes
  • Changing Workplace
  • Leadership Skills

Section B: Leading Your Team

  • Stereotypes
  • Do's and Don'ts
  • Team Building Basics

Section C: Getting Organized

  • Overview
  • Time Management

Section D: Solving Problems

  • Resolving Conflict
  • Managing Difficult People
  • Gaining Personal Power
  • Conclusion