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Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Leadership Assessment for Women

Leadership Assessment for Women
(formerly the Women's Assessment Program)

Leadership Assessment for Women (LAW) is an intensive, five-day program that provides insight into leadership strengths and areas for improvement, with a focus on the challenges facing women in leadership positions. Participants are evaluated in several leadership competency areas and coaching is provided to help build individual development plans. Through lectures, exercises, assessments, and individual feedback, the LAW provides the critical information needed for supervisors and managers to develop effective strategies to improve their leadership performance and have greater impact on organizational effectiveness and success.

Key Results
Gain a candid appraisal of your leadership style and behaviors
Receive individual feedback from superiors, peers, and subordinates through a 360-degree assessment instrument
Receive an assessment of your leadership ability in the areas of leadership style and preferences, your approach to managing groups and teams, and your ability to mange relationships (i.e., emotional intelligence)
Learn the critical factors that lead to leadership success, with an emphasis on the factors effecting women leaders
Have a confidential planning session with a professional executive coach
Create an Individual Development Plan for leadership growth

Who Should Attend
Primarily intended for women with at least one year of supervisory experience who wish to have a rigourous assessment of their leadership capabilities while keeping a focus on the unique challenges facing women leaders in the workplace.

Schedule and Cost
Start/Stop times for WMDC: Arrival on Sunday. Program starts Monday at 8 a.m. and ends on Friday at 12 p.m.
Course includes meals, lodging, tuition and course materials

Oct 23 - Oct 27, 06


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