Leadership for Women
In this course for women, learners will undertake a leadership style assessment, examine their current effectiveness as a leader and identify leadership goals. We will examine perceived masculine and feminine leadership traits and evaluate their strengths and weaknesses. Participants will learn about and practice feminine leadership traits such as deep listening, collaboration, relationship building, humility and intuition as well as how to become more effective at masculine traits such as speaking up, being confident and overcoming perfectionism.
In the course, participants will:
Identify their own leadership style and leadership goals
Examine and assess different leadership models and behaviors
Examine the impact and potential for ourselves, our teams, and our organizations when we choose to practice different leadership styles
Identify specific areas of new focus and practice
Learn and practice new tools such as a listening tracker, a leadership effectiveness log.
Learners will be supported after class with a leadership diary and an online, private community of practice.
This course is for women in formal or informal leadership positions of all levels as well as those who aspire to leadership roles.
Standard Course Length
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Lauri Valenta spent 5 years working with and for King County Metro and she understands the complex challenges facing transit agencies today. Before that, she oversaw operations for a mid-sized manufacturing company. She has over 20 years’ experience leading and coaching organizational, team and individual transformation in the private, public, and non-profit sectors.
B.S., Non-profit Management, Duquesne University, Pittsburgh PA
Certificate in Change Management, Acuity Institute, Denver CO
Lean Six Sigma Black Belt, MSI Production & Inventory Management, APICS, Seattle WA