Advancing Women in Leadership
Advancing Women in Leadership will be based in part on the
Emotional Intelligence leadership methodology. To enhance real life
learning, participants will participate in a variety of learning
methodologies, including self-assessments, lecture, case study
discussion, reflection, experiential and action-based role playing
and peer coaching. Topics in this program include:
- Self-Awareness and Leadership: Examine
the results of Emotional and Social Competence Inventory to
understand your leadership strengths and opportunities for
- Aligning Our Values and Behaviors: Use a
values discovery process to examine priorities, current choices and
behaviors and identify actions for increased alignment.
- Adapting and Thriving in New Situations:
Explore competencies of adaptability, self-control and
positive outlook to effectively manage ourselves during rapid
- Influencing for Positive Impact: Learn
the tools to understand implicit norms, relationships and apply
strategies to spark interest, build consensus and align
- Catalysts for Change: Apply frameworks
and tools to effectively manage diverse perspectives and to
inspire, energize and engage others to bring about change.
- Helping Others Find Their Way to
Excellence: Apply coaching, mentoring and feedback
skills to help others develop to their full potential.
- Cultivating Our Personal Board of
Directors: Apply a framework to identify and enroll
sponsors, mentors and networks to support our leadership
- Leveraging a Balanced Style of
Leadership: Apply a broad range of leadership
styles to motivate people and drive performance.
Outcomes include a 360-degree assessment, a personal leadership
development plan and peer coaching skills.
Diane Thomas, CEO, The International Center
Kathryn Morris, Provost, Butler University
Kellie Hanner , CEO, Indiana Organ Procurement Organization
Kerry Thomson, CEO, Habitat for Humanity Monroe County
Ellen Annala, Past President and CEO, United Way of Central
Tracy Embree, President, Cummins Turbo Technologies