While gender diversity is a hallmark of the most successful organizations, gender bias – particularly in the C-suite and at senior leadership levels – continues to persist. The George Washington University Center for Excellence in Public Leadership recognizes that not only do organizations need to change, but there are key tactics and strategies women can take to influence decision makers and heighten their leadership abilities to be recognized and promoted to the highest levels.
This webcast is in support of GWU’s upcoming 3-day Women’s Leadership Program: Strategies for Accelerating Impact, Influence and Advancement, on October 23-25 in Washington, DC. Designed for women leaders in the private and public sectors who aspire to positions of greater influence and impact or have been identified by their organizations as high-potential leaders, this breakthrough 3-day program will provide new strategies and tactics for women to take the lead and succeed at higher levels. For more information and to apply for the GWU CEPL 3-Day Women’s Leadership program click here.
How does gender bias impact the bottom line and success of growing organizations
What do small and large organizations need to do to benefit from having more women leaders at the top
What responsibility do women bear in gender bias in the workplace
What tools, skills or new habits do women need to propel them forward into the c-suite and the boardroom?
Who should attend?
All people involved in business leadership roles.
Leslie Grossman, Senior Fellow & Faculty, at The George Washington University Center for Excellence in Public Leadership
Leslie Grossman - Author, Link Out and SELLsation; women’s leadership executive coach and trainer; Senior Fellow & Faculty, The George Washington University Center for Excellence in Public Leadership; Co-founder, The Women’s Leadership Exchange
Lisa Friedman, Co-Author & Senior Researcher at The Everest Project
Lisa Friedman - Co-Author and Senior Researcher,The Everest Project: 2 year study of senior women leading change and innovation
Ina Gjikondi, Executive Education & Coaching at The George Washington University Center for Excellence in Public Leadership
Ina Gjikondi, PCC, Director, Executive Education & Coaching, The George Washington University Center for Excellence in Public Leadership
Joseph Santana, Chief Diversity Officer at Siemens
Joseph Santana - Chairman, Chief Diversity Officer Board; former head of Siemens diversity and inclusion program