Women leaders have encountered significant challenges in the past. Some of those challenges continue to present daunting barriers. Yet some women have overcome these impediments and lead substantial companies and organizations. What do they do differently? How can you learn from their strategies and lessons? Leading in a multi-gender, multi-generational workplace is a challenge for both men and women - there is a lot to be understood by all.
In this program, we will look at women leaders from all walks of life and realize the common characteristics that distinguish them from other leaders, men and women. We will explore proven strategies used by others who have succeeded, as well as discuss the culture of your organization, which will also impact your leadership skills and career advancement. You will walk away with a personal action plan - so that you can go forward with confidence and hope.
Larraine is a seasoned senior executive with general management experience and a world-renowned level of expertise in creating, implementing, and managing complex business alliances in multiple industries, including healthcare, technology, consumer products, manufacturing, aerospace, financial services, and more. She has startup and turnaround experience and a strong track record for speedy and innovative problem-solving, enabling buy-in for complex change management and cultural change.
She is currently the Chair and CEO of the Exceptional Women Awardees Foundation, aimed at changing women's lives through a proprietary, metrics-based mentoring program. The program selects mid-career women from multiple industries and provides mentorship, guidance, and career redesign advice to propel them to sustainable success, known as the Exceptional Women Awardees (EWA).
Understanding The Challenges of Women in Leadership
Traits and Skills of Successful Women Leaders
Strategies for Advancing in Leadership