Go beyond just coping and learn to thrive in a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous environment with an overlapping set of strategies designed specifically for women leaders.
Even though significant numbers of women have reached upper-management levels within their organizations, they often ascend the career ladder differently than men – and face different career challenges and decisions along the way. Momentum illuminates those differences and supports women to maximize them. To reach the highest levels of leadership, it is essential for women to recognize, understand and convert common business problems into career-building opportunities. Momentum is designed to transform women into outstanding leaders who can contribute to their organization’s ongoing success. Momentum is a unique forum for women leaders to explore ideas and strategies with each other in a challenging and collaborative learning environment that supports their advancement to executive leadership.
Who Should Attend
Momentum is ideal for those in mid- to upper-management roles who aspire or are new to executive leadership. The program is designed for women who have extensive management experience and lead a department or functional area. Momentum drives women to sharpen their skills and traverse the corporate ladder.
Participants are encouraged to take full advantage of the program’s many facets and engage in the learning process to their fullest capacity. Commitment to the program provides everyone a rich and rewarding experience.
Please give the following program expectations serious consideration. If you feel you cannot meet the expectations of the program, please reconsider your application.
Join us on Friday, February 15th for our 5th Annual It’s Time to Talk (ITT) forum on race. ITT is a unique one day forum on combating racism and unconscious bias. This year’s event will ask the question, “Can humor heal?”
Our Keynote Speaker is Founder and CEO of Haha Institute, Karen Williams. Karen graduated summa cum laude from Cleveland State University with a personally-designed major in “Humor and Healing.” She earned a Master of Education degree from CSU’s Adult Learning & Development program. Karen will be exploring the theme of humor and diversity with our guests.
ITT will feature a gallery walk, as well as small and large group conversations. This event gives participants the opportunity to share their lived experience, learn from others, and begin the work of finding solutions that will allow us to heal our community from the harm caused by racial profiling and unconscious bias.