The Smart Woman’s Guide to Making Great Management Decisions and Embracing Risk
Leadership is all about decision-making, and knowing when to take a risk. Yet, the playing field for women leaders is paved with gender hurdles -- and the perception that women are risk averse is one of the most cited reasons for their failure to attain the levels of leadership they deserve.
This high-impact program explores the key barriers to confident decision-making, and how to create a strategic process for risk taking that will help you:
- Increase your visibility and credibility as a decision-maker,
- Assertively communicate your decisions, and
- Effectively demonstrate your authority in the decision-making process.
This must-attend audio conference will show you how to be a more adaptive, collaborative and responsible manager, and explain how:
- Assumptions and fears affect your ability to know the difference between an opportunity and a risk,
- Inaction often leads to failure, and
- Emotions sink decision-making and risk taking efforts.
During this information-packed session, you’ll also learn critical skills to:
- Get team support for your decisions
- Manage the flood of information that surrounds every decision/risk
- Gather the best intelligence to support your decisions
- Weigh a risk through benefit analysis
- Put a halt to all your harping about what ‘could’ go wrong
- Start with small risks and work your way up to embrace risk as a business benefit
- Develop an action plan to overcome indecision
- Increase your decision-making confidence
- Be more assertive when interacting with colleagues
Kathy Caprino, M.A., ELLIA Communications, Inc.
Kathy is a career and executive coach, professional trainer, speaker and writer dedicated to the advancement of women in business. Her firm -- Ellia Communications -- offers career, executive, and leadership coaching and consulting, as well as training, seminars and resources designed to help women achieve greater professional success, rewards, and recognition, and reach their highest potential. As a former publishing and direct marketing executive who experienced numerous crises in her professional life, Kathy reinvented herself after 9/11, and trained as a therapist and career coach. As she began to speak widely to working women, she observed that thousands of women around the country were struggling with deep professional and work-life challenges with very little effective support. Hoping to bring new solutions to the table, she conducted a yearlong national research study on professional women's crises and how to overcome them, which culminated in her book Breakdown Breakthrough. Kathy’s focus now is on helping professional and entrepreneurial women advance as well as supporting corporate America in creating more inclusive, diverse work cultures that work for all.
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Your CD recording includes the complete audio conference presentation, audience Q&A and presentation materials.
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