Theory and Practice of Integrated Leadership
CANCLED DUE TO LOW ENROLLMENT
Learn Leadership From the Inside Out:
- Increase your self-awareness; clarify your values and goals
- Practice techniques of strategic, entrepreneurial and systems thinking
- Develop your leadership abilities; learn to use your social power
- Clarify your managerial leadership philosophy
- Build your professional network
Join us for a unique, multidimensional learning experience that combines the rigor of an academic course with the practical skill-building of a leadership development program and the collaborative interaction of a professional conference. The multidisciplinary faculty of the GWU Women’s Leadership Institute provides leading-edge expertise in all major aspects of organizational leadership including strategic visioning; communication; building diverse teams; fostering high-level performance; handling conflict; and managing change. Practitioner-speakers offer pragmatic advice about organizational leadership and work-life balance.
Learning activities: The program includes classroom instruction; panel discussions; small group work; readings; self-assessments; 360-degree feedback from coworkers; case study research on women managers; reflective writing; group and individual coaching; and networking with other participants, faculty and guest speakers. These activities are designed to help each participant develop her ability to think, feel and act as a confident and effective leader in organizational and other social settings.
Who should apply: High-potential professional women on all career paths in all types of organizations. Applicants must have a Bachelor’s degree and three or more years’ substantive work experience or permission of the lead instructor.
Dates: Friday June 6th (6:30-8 pm) Welcome and Orientation
Saturday June 7th (9:00-4:30 pm) and Sunday June 8th (9:00-12:30 pm)
Saturday June 14th (9:00-4:30 pm) and Sunday June 15th (9:00-12:30 pm)
Saturday June 28th (9:00-4:30 pm) and Sunday June 29th (9:00-12:30 pm)
Tuition and fees: $3,940 approximately (Lunch, snacks and special events included)
Space limited, so register early:
Course ID: ORSC 297-MV, CRN 12250.
For more information: Contact lead instructor, Dr. Ruth Axelrod, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or the Department of Organizational Sciences and Communication at 202-994-1878.