A Woman’s Guide to Leadership: Women, Credibility and Power

Presenter: Audrey Nelson, Ph.D.

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This webinar is about change, awareness of internal and external barriers and how to triumph above them. Women hold just 20 percent of seats in parliaments globally.

Women became 50% of the college graduates in the early 1980s. A meager twenty-one of the Fortune 500 CEOs are women. Women hold about 14% of executive officer positions, 17 percent of board seats, and constitute 18 percent of our elected congressional officials. Girls are increasingly outperforming boys in the classroom, earning 57% of undergraduate degrees in the United States and girls graduate with higher GPAs.

A Woman’s Guide to Leadership is a webinar with how-to-steps for every business women who wants to conquer the communication nuances that can enhance her credibility, and make a greater impact on the job. Credibility and power are attribution variables; they are a perception-in the eyes of the beholder. Women come to the workplace with a set of complex communication behaviors that create an undeniable challenge; women are often seen but not heard. The strategies presented go beyond common sense and will provide women with cutting-edge verbal and nonverbal techniques that can be applied directly with immediate success.

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