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Lean In: A Women’s Leadership Program

Designed for women--who are recent graduates, job seekers, professionals, entrepreneurs --18 years of age and older. Thisprogram offers five courses that will help women further develop their leadership skills by increasing self-awareness, advocacy skills, career goals and high potential. Each class is four hours in length, Tuesdays/Thursdays, 6-8pm. Women may enroll in one class, a few classes, or all five.

Building your Personal Brand as a Female Professional

Identify your strengths, values and your achievements. Learn what personal branding is, and its importance. One way to achieve your career goals and make sure that your potential isn’t overlooked is to develop your personal brand. Having a clearly defined brand helps you make that all-important first impression, formed within seconds of a meeting, and beyond.
Cost: $60


Dates Sessions Day Time Instructor
May 1
May 3
2 Tu,Th 6-8pm Sheila Perkins

How Women in Business Can Use Emotional Intelligence:

A focus on the role that EI plays in the leadership styles for women. Emotional intelligence can increase your ability to identify and manage your own emotions, pick up on theemotions of others and manage them, and in so doing, build trust and grow influence.
Cost: $60


Dates Sessions Day Time Instructor
May 8
May 10
2 Tu,Th 6-8pm Sheila Perkins

Ask for It: The Art of Negotiation:

Learn how negotiating skills can help you attain raises, promotions, new opportunities, and
to strengthen your selfconfidence. Know how to value your professional contributions and accessing your growth to help you win negotiations. Identify windows of opportunities
you can walk through… you just have to ask!
Cost: $60


Dates Sessions Day Time Instructor
May 15
May 17
2 Tu,Th 6-8pm Sheila Perkins

The Work-Life Balance in an Age of 24/7 Technology:

Helps women understand how to balance the constant demands of work and family in today’s hyper-connected world. Depending on the industry, some jobs can be notorious for long hours, especially when you’re a new employee.
Learning the art of achieving work-life balance.
Cost: $60


Dates Sessions Day Time Instructor
May 22
May 24
2 Tu,Th 6-8pm Sheila Perkins

Managing Up, Down, and Sideways:

It is imperative for young professionals to understand what is expected of them in their new leadership positions. This class will provide an overview of the various strategies millennial women can use in order to achieve the organizational success required of a manager and leader. Connecting with employees, understanding the mission statement, and building a team are just a few of the topics covered.
Cost: $60


Dates Sessions Day Time Instructor
May 29
May 31
2 Tu,Th 6-8pm Sheila Perkins
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