Women's Leadership Forum
“Olin’s Women’s Leadership Certificate Program is all about preparing high-potential women for even higher levels of impact in their organizations. The program brings together the key developmental resources that can help women better focus on leadership strategies, and provides access to exceptional speakers who are all seasoned female leaders. It's a great resource for women and the region's business community.”
Julie L. Stackhouse, Senior Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
Equip yourself with the skills needed to strive for increased performance or high-level corporate leadership positions with Washington University’s Women’s Leadership Forum Certificate Program. Confidently accept new challenges amid dynamic organizational and group relationships.
Research shows that corporations with more women in high levels of leadership can powerfully impact the future success of the company. Sponsoring participants in the Women’s Leadership Forum will also help organizations with employee satisfaction, talent acquisition, and talent management.
Women’s Leadership Forum program topics are built around skills identified by female executives as necessary for women who aspire to become more effective leaders, promote to executive levels of leadership, and/or experience greater job satisfaction.
Time: 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Location: Charles F. Knight Executive Education & Conference Center on the main Washington University campus
- Registration rate: $6,000
- Now accepting applications.
Session 1: Leadership and Performance and Management
November 14, 2013
Session 3: Understanding Negotiations and Effective Strategies
January 30, 2014
Session 5: Politics and Power: Their Influence and Your Career
March 6, 2014
Session 2: Building Alliances and Your Power Base
December 17, 2013
Session 4: Difficult Conversations
February 6, 2014
Session 6: Change Leadership
April 24, 2014
Women’s Leadership Forum Advisory Board
- Pam Cavness, Edward Jones
- Diana Gray, Washington University School of Medicine
- Rhonda Hamm-Niebruegge, Lambert International Airport
- Jeane Hull, Peabody Energy Corporation
- Susan Lang, HooPayz, LLC
- Cheryl Polk, United Way of St. Louis
- Julie Stackhouse, Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis
- Hillary Sale, Washington University School of Law
- Laura Rosenbury, Washington University School of Law