Fort Hays State University > About FHSU > Academic Divisions > College of Business and Entrepreneurship > Management Development Center > Women Leadership Management Skills
Date: To Be DeterminedTime: 3.5 hoursPlace: FHSU Memorial Union or onsite at your location
Women comprise close to 50% of the U.S. labor force but are faced with many challenges their male counterparts are not. Only 15% of women hold senior management positions, and according to trends indicate that this percentage is starting to drop after a decade-long increase. Today's organizations demand both leadership and management skills in order to achieve sustainable result. For women, these skills have a more significant impact on one's career than men.
During the workshop, you will:
This workshop is for women currently leading, managing or supervising as well as women who aspire to increase their leadership-management skills to be more effective in their current positions. Sorry men, as the title suggests, women only in this workshop!
LeAnn Brown, SPHR currently serves as a faculty member in the Department of Leadership Studies at Fort Hays State University. She teaches courses in leadership and team dynamics and serves as a consultant with the FHSU Management Development Center. Prior to working in higher education, Brown worked in the corporate and non-profit sectors in human resources and organizational development. She has conducted leadership and management workshops for corporations, universities, churches and non-profit organizations in Oregon, Washington and Kansas. Ms. Brown is pursuing her PhD in Global Leadership from the Indiana Institute of Technology (Indiana Tech), specializing in organizational management.
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