The Academy for Women and Leadership at Johns Hopkins Carey Business School
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The Academy for Women and Leadership
Module 1, 9/19, 9a-3p, in-person
Module 2, 9/22, 9a-12p, virtual
Module 3, 9/26, 12-3p, virtual
Module 4, 9/29, 9a-12p, virtual
Module 5, 10/3, 12-3p, virtual
Module 6, 10/6, 9a-12p, virtual
Module 7, 10/10, 12-3p, virtual
Module 8, 10/13, 9a-12p, in-person
Act with purpose, navigate the workplace, and take the lead with new strategies and tactics in this unique women’s leadership academy program.
- Reimagine and advance your leadership skills
- Enhance your professional influence
- Better understand the nuances of negotiation
- Learn how to structure your professional network to support your career goals and advancement
- Prepare to take on the challenges that every senior leader must face with practical guidance from seasoned executive coaches
- Build a strong personal and professional network with peers from various industries
Who Should Attend
- Senior women leaders with experience in a leadership role
- Functional managers who aspire to positions of greater influence and authority in their organizations
- Mid- and senior-level managers who lead teams or have direct reports
- Those identified as high-potential talent by their organizations
- Entrepreneurs and business owners
- Participants of all genders who are interested in advancing women to positions of leadership
Please note: Registering for the Academy for Women and Leadership does not guarantee enrollment. As this course has a limited number of seats, we ask that those interested complete an application so that we can get a better idea of your interest, and so that you can begin reflecting on your intentions and expectations for the course. We find that participants who have reflected on their reasons for attending the course often walk away with the most impactful experiences.
The application link will be emailed once you submit a registration form. After your application is received and reviewed, you will receive an email from the Office of Executive Education with more information and confirmation of your enrollment status.
For JHU benefits eligible faculty and staff members only:
If you are a full-time, benefits-eligible faculty or staff member who has been employed by JHU for at least 120 days, and continue in a full-time position while enrolled in courses, you are eligible to receive tuition remission.
This benefit covers only noncredit courses offered through a Continuing Education Unit of one of JHU’s academic divisions, the Berman Institute, Institute for Clinical and Translational Research, Sheridan Libraries, or Executive Programs offered through the Carey Business School. This plan is available to full-time faculty, staff, and bargaining unit members only. Retirees are not eligible for this benefit. You receive 100% remission if your department certifies the course benefits your professional development and your department is willing to pay if you do not attend the course or if you cancel with less than one week’s notice. The one-week cancellation notice is waived only for emergencies with written documentation.
There is an annual limit of 2 classes per calendar year for noncredit professional development courses taken at JHU (effective 2023).
For more information on this policy, please refer to the HR website.