workers-collab

Preparing a Strong Pipeline of Women Leaders for 2021 and Beyond

Ensure your organization meets today’s increasing need for women’s leadership development

The need for leadership development for women is now at an all-time high—but for what specific reasons? Because, in these chaotic times, there is overwhelming data to indicate women in leadership positions are much more likely to downshift their careers—or put them on hold entirely due to competing priorities, blurred lines between personal and professional lives, and other complications of the changing business world. So where does that leave your organization? Make sure you are prepared to fill those roles, if necessary, while ensuring continued leadership opportunities for women to reflect your commitment to a diverse and inclusive workforce. To make this a practical reality, it’s crucial that you support women in developing the skills they need to lead change, meet tough new challenges, and become transformational leaders. About the Presenter Lauren McNally is the director of American Management Association’s Women’s Leadership Center (WLC), leading content, membership, events and corporate initiatives. She is energized by supporting organizations that are working to develop women for future advancement through community and meaningful education. Lauren speaks on topics for women and diversity & inclusion through WLC, Training.com, HR.com, and ATD conferences and virtual events. Prior to joining AMA, McNally led marketing efforts for the National Association of Professional Women and Professional Diversity Network.

Seminar Number: 17639

  • Online
  • Your Company Location

Course Scheduling & Pricing

Who Should Attend

Team leads, Managers, Leaders, and all professionals who are looking develop into transformational leaders or build their women leadership pipeline.

 

The need for leadership development for women is now at an all-time high—but for what specific reasons? Because, in these chaotic times, there is overwhelming data to indicate women in leadership positions are much more likely to downshift their careers—or put them on hold entirely due to competing priorities, blurred lines between personal and professional lives, and other complications of the changing business world.

So where does that leave your organization? Make sure you are prepared to fill those roles, if necessary, while ensuring continued leadership opportunities for women to reflect your commitment to a diverse and inclusive workforce. To make this a practical reality, it’s crucial that you support women in developing the skills they need to lead change, meet tough new challenges, and become transformational leaders.

About the Presenter

mcnally_laurenLauren McNally is the director of American Management Association’s Women’s Leadership Center (WLC), leading content, membership, events and corporate initiatives. She is energized by supporting organizations that are working to develop women for future advancement through community and meaningful education. Lauren speaks on topics for women and diversity & inclusion through WLC, Training.com, HR.com, and ATD conferences and virtual events. Prior to joining AMA, McNally led marketing efforts for the National Association of Professional Women and Professional Diversity Network.

  • Explore data that shows the challenges women leaders face presently and in the future
  • Identify the skills needed to thrive during this time—including agility, innovation, change leadership and more
  • Discover how to build these skills for yourself or your organization’s women leaders
  • Ensure that prospects in your women’s leadership pipeline are equipped with today’s essential skills
  • Learn strategies to ensure women are given equal opportunities for future success

Online Schedule

1 Session Available

0.00 $
Close