In the Goizueta Executive Women’s Leadership Forum, you’ll examine the power of storytelling, develop a personal leadership narrative, and discover how you can leverage your own story to drive your organization’s culture, strategy, and direction.
THERE IS POWER IN YOUR STORY
Course LengthAugust 25-29, 2019 at Goizueta Business School
Typical Class SizeWomen executives with 15+ years of experience
Course InvestmentMeals included
HOW IT WORKS
In this five-day, immersive, residential program, you’ll be surrounded by a network of your peers – successful women executives – who are looking to expand their leadership capacities and spearhead strategic initiatives in their organizations.
A Powerful StoryLearn how your personal and professional narratives can influence culture, inspire action, and deliver results.
A Clear DirectionDevelop leadership and strategy narratives for yourself, your teams, and your organization.
A Powerful NetworkEnhance your professional network with contacts who understand your goals and can provide meaningful guidance and feedback.
THE VOICE OF LEADERSHIP
Craft more persuasive messages, re-examine attitudes on assertiveness in a data-driven discussion on perception and gender, uncover how your organization operates, and create value for the business and for the role you play as a leader and strategic thinker.
STEP UP YOUR SKILLS
Helping Women Craft Their Leadership Stories
Karen Sedatole is the Goizueta Advisory Board Term Professor of Accounting. She’s an expert in executive compensation and performance measures, evaluation, and reward systems. Her articles have been published in leading industry journals, and twice, she’s been honored with The American Accounting Association Notable Contributions to Management Accounting Research Award.