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Executive Netiation Workshop: Negotiate with confidence




About the Course

Highlights and Key Outcomes

In Women’s Executive Leadership: Business Strategies for Success, you will:

  • Reimagine and advance your leadership skills

  • Enhance your professional influence

  • Improve your business acumen by gaining a more sophisticated understanding of talent management

  • Better understand nuances of negotiations and emotional intelligence

  • Hone your critical-thinking and decision-making abilities

Gaining New Confidence: Maureen Clancy says this program gave her the confidence to seek a promotion.

Experience & Impact

With a dual focus on clarity and confidence, Women’s Executive Leadership delivers sophisticated business and leadership concepts that have immediate and practical application for today’s women business leaders and their allies, allowing them to improve their leadership capabilities and advance their career. Participants will come away with a better understanding of how to apply contemporary business theories currently driving their organization and results, while creating a personal plan for their own professional advancement.

Wharton faculty, led by Professor Nancy Rothbard, apply their field-based research and the latest strategic insights to help women leaders and their allies find clarity in their careers while mastering key business acumen skills for which Wharton is renowned: leadership, strategy, management, finance, innovation, and negotiation.

What sets this program for women executives and their allies apart is its strong focus on leadership, combined with a practical approach to developing and honing these strategic skills.

Session topics include:

  • Corporate Governance

  • Emotional Intelligence

  • Leaning In: How Not to Fall Over

  • Leadership and Teamwork

  • Negotiations

  • How Top Women Succeed

Each afternoon, participants will break into small groups to review the day’s learnings and discuss how they can be put into practice. Wharton faculty and executive coaches oversee the sessions, provide real-time coaching and feedback for effective outcomes, and translate the practicum for participants to take back to the office.

Within this collegial forum, participants will establish the beginnings of a lifelong network of women executives and their allies — who often face similar decision points and possibilities along their career paths — which can become a rich resource of influential peers.

Convince Your Supervisor

Here’s a justification letter you can edit and send to your supervisor to help you make the case for attending this Wharton program.

Due to our application review period, applications submitted after 12:00 p.m. ET on Friday for programs beginning the following Monday may not be processed in time to grant admission. Applicants will be contacted by a member of our Client Relations Team to discuss options for future programs and dates.

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