Women at Work: Survive and Thrive
Dates: June 18 – 21, 2018 & October 1 – 4, 2018
Location: Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Forget your preconceptions about "women's" programs. Instead of dwelling on the biases that exist, the Women at Work program focuses on surviving and thriving in the workplace as it is. Through this innovative program, you'll gain awareness of how others perceive you at work, and learn coping mechanisms for dealing with challenging work environments. And, since strong networks mitigate the effects of unconscious bias, you'll discover ways to build and optimize your social capital.
You'll also explore your own unconscious bias, through hands-on work with horses - highly intuitive animals that provide a mirror to examine how others react to our mindsets and behaviors. You'll study wellness and renewal practices. And you'll be equipped to begin to tell your own story of transformation.
Upon completion of this program, you will:
- Implement skills and strategies for surviving and thriving in a biased workplace
- Have an awareness of how you are perceived at work so you can address self-limiting beliefs and behaviors
- Leverage important relationships and networks, inclusive of influential and senior leaders, for building career success
- Practice strategies for building wellness and resilience into your life
- Earn 3.0 CEUs
Who Should Attend
Female individual contributors and leaders with 7-10 years of work experience
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