Enhance Your Skills with SWE’s Strategic Leadership Learning Series
SWE webinars are back, starting with a four-part Strategic Leadership series that will help you learn strategic thinking to become a leader. Register now.
Close the Leadership Gender Gap
Leadership gaps for women exist across all fields and women remain underrepresented in the corporate pipeline. SWE’s Strategic Leadership Learning Series is here to help you hone your leadership skills and close the gap.
SWE webinars are back, starting with a four-part series that will help you learn strategic thinking to become a leader – whether you are a CEO or at an entry-level position. Join us every Wednesday in February and learn the skills you need to be a successful leader at your organization.
On-demand versions will be made available in the Advance Learning Center for members who cannot attend the live web sessions.
Strategic Leadership 101: Crafting a Compelling Vision
Wednesday, February 7, 2018
2:00 pm CT
Identify the human and business cases for communicating a clear vision, and identify steps required to formulate yours. Register now.
Strategic Leadership 102: Moving from Tactician to Strategist
Wednesday, February 14, 2018
2:00 pm CT
Create a personal plan to transition from being tactical to being strategic. Register now.
Strategic Leadership 201: Clarifying Roles to Improve Execution
Wednesday, February 21, 2018
2:00 pm CT
Identify ways to build mutual accountability to project teams. Register now.
Strategic Leadership 202: Making Conflict Productive
Wednesday, February 28, 2018
2:00 pm CT
Conflict resolution is tough – especially in the workplace. Identify tools and exercises to facilitate constructive conflict with others. Register now.
Beth Michaels is in her 30th year of leadership consulting practice, supporting leaders across business and nonprofit teams in accomplishing their goals. Her areas of focus include leadership and organizational culture development, strategic planning, and leadership team effectiveness. Beth recently led SWE’s first national research project, resulting in new insights about why women leave the engineering sector and what we can do about it.
Jo Miller is a leading authority on women’s leadership. She is a sought-after, dynamic, and engaging speaker, delivering more than 70 speaking presentations annually to audiences of up to 1,200 women. Her expertise lies in helping women lead, climb, and thrive in their corporate careers. Jo delivers keynotes and workshops for women’s leadership conferences, professional associations, and corporate women’s initiatives.
Dr. Michael Seitchik
Dr. Michael Seitchik has more than 30 years of experience in designing and delivering customized programs to executives at major corporations around the world. His experience includes 9 years as the Director of Program Development at the Wharton School where he ran all customized and open enrollment programs. He received his doctorate in adult education and organizational development from Temple University.