Are you looking to grow and be stretched in your journey as a leader? Do you want to take your leadership and your career to the next level? What is important to you as a leader? What is your purpose? How can you draw out your own potential and that of others?
With a specific focus on the challenges, needs and opportunities unique to women leaders, we will explore together how to maximize our impact and amplify our unique gifts and talents. Through interactive, experiential learning and thought-provoking conversations, we will examine what is important to you about leadership and challenge you to take the necessary next steps to increase your influence and impact in all areas of your life.
- Thriving as an Authentic Leader
- Leading Constant Change
- Political Savvy, Power and Influence
- Brené Brown Dare to Lead
- The Coach Approach to Leadership
- Thrive with Presence and Impact
At the Thrive: Women in Leadership Retreat you will learn strategies to:
- Improve your communication, leadership and influencing skills
- Position yourself as top talent within your organization and explore strategies for sustaining high performance
- Increase your self-awareness and learn a strengths-based approach to leadership
- Build confidence as you explore solutions to some of your biggest career and work challenges
- Intentionally take your leadership to the next level
This 6-week online program will be of interest to you if you are a team leader, emerging leader, CEO, entrepreneur, senior leader, mid-career professional, new in role, community leader or a woman with a goal to increase in influence. Share experiences and learn from women who are leveraging their leadership at work and in other areas of their lives. Leave with new insights, fresh perspectives and clarity around who you are and what you are going to do differently to show up in the world the way you want, valuably and purposefully.
Each week will have a virtual 90 minute webinar focused on specific content for that week. This course will also have weekly discussion, team work, breakout sessions, peer coaching, reflective practice, journaling, and readings and resources that include practical and relevant learning aimed at increasing confidence and resilience for women in leadership roles (or those aspiring to). Pre-course work includes assessments and readings. A final assignment consists of creating a leadership blueprint for the future.
Total hours of learner effort required for completion is approximately 40 hrs.
Synchronous Schedule – Monday Afternoons
Monday, September 20, 2021 – Webinar 1: Authentic Leadership (1-2:30 pm PST)
Monday, September 27, 2021 – Webinar 2: Change & Resilience (1-2:30 pm PST)
Monday, October 4, 2021 – Webinar 3: Brené Brown Dare to Lead (1-2:30 pm PST)
*Tuesday, October 12, 2021 – Webinar 4: A Coach Approach to Leadership (1-2:30 pm PST)
Monday, October 18, 2021 – Webinar 5: Political Savvy, Power & Influence (1-2:30 pm PST)
Monday, October 25, 2021– Webinar 6: Thrive with Presence & Impact Capstone (1-2:30 pm PST)
*in lieu of Monday, October 11, Thanksgiving
Join us and be engaged and energized with other women seeking success, influence, and impact! Together we THRIVE!
Tuition: $1,295 +applicable taxes.
September offering is now full. Please contact us to be placed on the waitlist for the next scheduled offering
All programs, faculty, dates, and fees are subject to change. Program fee is subject to applicable taxes. Non-refundable fees and deposits will be retained upon cancellation. Any other fees are refunded at the discretion of Professional and Continuing Studies.
"The course content and strategies learned were exciting and relevant to women in leadership or seeking leadership opportunities. I have been policing for over 21 years and wish I had this course 10 years ago! Don’t be afraid to challenge yourself and take this course early on in your career. It will provide you with additional tools to succeed and help you navigate toward your leadership goals."
- Sgt. Lisa Simonson (Prince Albert Police Service), President - Saskatchewan Women in Policing