Learn how to increase the number of women in leadership roles in your organization by gaining a better understanding of the barriers that women face and discover actions that can mitigate these obstacles.
This interactive one day seminar is designed to allow decision makers in organizations to understand what they can do differently in order to increase the number of women in their leadership ranks. Focused on evidence-based leading practices (both organizational and management), participants will walk away from this session with actions they can take to increase the number of women in leadership roles in their organizations.
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Find out more about this seminar by attending our Information Session on October 27th
Leaders in any organization who influence and/or are interested in policies and practices that promote women into leadership roles.
Kara Arnold, PhD is Professor of Organizational Behaviour and Human Resource Management at Memorial Universitys Faculty of Business Administration. During her tenure at the Faculty of Business she has served as Associate Dean of Research, Director of the PhD and MSc Programs, and Area Group Coordinator. Karas research focuses on leadership, diversity and employee well-being, and she integrates this in her work with clients in the areas of leadership, interpersonal skills and team building, helping them through organizational issues and challenges.
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