Women's Leadership: Empowering Your Higher Self
Designed to champion women's leadership with business etiquette: 1 1/2 - 2 hour workshop or half-day summit
Be the finest ambassador you can be for yourself, your business/school, and your gender. This learning journey is expertly designed to build new competencies in women so they confidently conduct themselves with power and control, while staying true to their identity and gender. According to the New York Daily News, there is an important need to empower women so they can accomplish more of their personal goals, and also, contribute more to their families, employer and the economy...."With women making 21 cents less than men for the same work...this has a compounding effect on families and the economy of $430,000 over the lifetime of a woman's career." Deloitte US CEO, Catherine Engelbert wisely stated, "In the age of exponential change, we need the power of diverse thinking, and we cannot afford to leave any talent untapped."
Cultivating a strong personal brand is key to being a powerful self-advocate and unique contributor. Many people mistakenly associate branding with a company brand. However, everyone has a personal brand, but it needs to be identified, then fostered. Instead of "finding themselves", women must create themselves by leveraging their unique strengths. Business etiquette is all about self-awareness and self-restraint in presenting oneself with excellence using highly developed communication skills. Using a gender lens to focus on communication skills, power body language and persuasive verbal skills will be learned to project credibility, likability, and authority. Equip yourself with these essential, yet often overlooked, professional development skills and a heightened awareness of your reflected best self.
- Catalyzing Your Personal Brand
- Power Body Language: Projecting & Reading Nonverbal Cues
- Words Matter: Speak with Authority
- Verbal Taboos that Undermine Women's Authority
- First Impressions Count for Women
- Principles of Professionalism: Eye Contact, Handshake, Greetings & Impactful Introductions, & Business Card Protocol
- Remembering Names
- Gender Authenticity: Should Women Act Like Men to Succeed?
- How Important Is It for Women to Support Women?
- Team Building & Collaborative Storytelling
- Females Working Effectively Across Generations
- Closing the Generational Gap: Millennials, Gen X, Baby Boomers, & Veterans
- The Benefits of Reciprocal Women Mentoring Programs