Carol Elliott | September 5, 2019
The University of Notre Dame’s Stayer Center for Executive Education announced a new online Women in Leadership course, offered through its top-ranked Mendoza College of Business.
The course prepares women to build strategic leadership skills, lead effective change, practice ethical decision making, negotiate and resolve conflict, and build relationships through mentorship and networking. The course is intended for women with a range of professional experience, from the first stages of their careers to senior leadership to re-entering the workforce. It launched on Sunday (Sept. 1).
“Women in Leadership was designed with a specific focus on topics related to gender diversity and inclusivity that are critical to an organization’s success,” said Robin Kistler, the director of non-degree programs at the Stayer Center for Executive Education. “It is important for Notre Dame to offer educational opportunities that inspire women to engage in purposeful career development and provide transformational leadership that benefits their organizations and communities.”
“We have been working diligently to create a program that provides the resources and dynamic environment where women can learn, grow and impact their organizations in positive ways,” said Walter Clements, associate dean of the Stayer Center for Executive Education.
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