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WSP 246 — Women Leaders: Mastering Organizational Strategy

Quarter: Spring
Day(s): Saturday/Sunday
Time: 10:00 am—5:00 pm
Date(s): Apr 9—Apr 10
Duration: 2 days
Drop By
Drop Deadline: Apr 2
Unit(s): 1 Units
Tuition: $365
Addtl. Fee: $5 (non-refundable)
Format: On-campus course
Limit: Limit 24
Status: Closed
Crafting an individual leadership style is essential to earning a seat at the table. From this seat of power, you’ll be able to steer organizational decisions. This workshop takes your leadership competencies to the next level, enabling you to impact organizational strategy and execution.

In this highly interactive two-day workshop, you will learn to address the unique challenges women leaders face. We will focus on designing and refining your leadership style signature, developing tools for coaching yourself and others, expanding your leadership presence, and enhancing strategic thinking around managing difficult conversations. Academic research on gender biases, especially unintentional ones, will be discussed, and tools will be provided for addressing gender bias. A robust structure of lecture, role-play, coaching techniques, and experiential exercises will provide the practice necessary to create new leadership approaches.

This workshop includes a non-refundable materials fee of $5 to be paid upon registration.

Denise Rabius, Leadership Development Consultant

Denise Rabius designs and delivers executive development programs. She is an executive coach for the organizational behavior courses and the Executive Education program at the Stanford Graduate School of Business. She received an MBA from Stanford.

Dikla Carmel-Hurwitz, Leadership Consultant; Executive Coach

Dikla Carmel-Hurwitz specializes in designing and delivering programs for high-performance leadership. She is a senior group facilitator and executive coach for organizational behavior courses and Executive Education programs at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Textbooks for this course:

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