- March 10, 2022 2:30pm - 5:00pm
According to the Center for American Progress - The Women's Leadership Gap (2018), women make up 50.8 percent of the U.S. population and earn almost 57 percent of the undergraduate degrees and 59 percent of all master's degrees. They account for 47 percent of the U.S. labor force and 52.5 percent of the college-educated workforce. And yet, women make up just 26.5 percent of executive and senior officials and managers, 11 percent of top earners, and 4.8 percent of CEOs in S&P 500 companies.
So why do men continue to hold many of the leadership positions in government and industry? What do women need to do to make sure their voices are heard equally in their place of business? In this workshop, we will look at behaviors and techniques for women leaders that will help them assess and build their skills to achieve their full potential.
What You Will Learn
- Heighten your awareness of the current reality professional women face
- Define gaps in achievement and identify behaviors to close the gaps
- Define opportunities to add value, influence, and drive impact
- Increase connections, relationships, and networks
All persons and leaders interested in closing the gender gap, and advancing women in the industry
Brenda Wells, Dale Carnegie