Historically, leadership for women has been challenging.
In fact, a record number of C-Suite women terminated relationships with their employers in 2022. Burnout, being overwhelmed, and stressors are just a few indicators of why women have become disenchanted with leaders and leadership. What does this mean for women in leadership roles today and tomorrow?
Dr. Andrea Diese, President of American Management and Leadership by Design, will address leadership roles for women in today’s workplace during her series at Federally Employed Women (FEW)’s National Training Program (NTP) in Columbus, Ohio, on July 10-14. With her years of executive leadership experience, Dr. Diese helps women realize and actualize their leadership and executive potential. Before transitioning to a career in education, Diese worked as a training and development manager for the U.S. Army, where she developed training strategies and organizational assessments involving succession planning, knowledge transference, reengineering and change initiatives.
Dr. Diese’s leadership session, Leading with Empathy: Making ’23 About Me, will be held Tuesday, 7/11 from 9:30 -10:45 A.M. Register today; only 40 seats are available. (Not a member? Click here.)
FEW’s NTP offers more than 110 classes in five tracks that include professional development, office technology and administration, leadership and culture, employee experience, and mindfulness and wellness. All courses align with the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Executive Core Competencies (i.e. leading people, leading change, business acumen, result driven and building coalitions).
Register today for other courses with Dr. Diese:
- Leading the Next Generation. Tuesday, 7/11 from 2:45-4:00 P.M. Register today—only 40 seats. (Not a member? Click here.) Leadership, as it relates to being acknowledged, respected, professionally developed and more, especially for women has been historically challenging. In fact, a record number of C-Suite women terminated relationships with their employers as of the fourth quarter of 2022. Burnout, being overwhelmed and stressors are just a few indicators of why women become disenchanted with leaders and leadership. What does this mean for women in leadership roles today and tomorrow? (Leadership and Culture 1310)
- Leadership and Self Care. Who Takes Care of the Leader? Wednesday, 7/12 from 9:30- 10:45 A.M. Register today—only 40 seats. (Not a member? Click here.)
FEW helps more than one million women in the military and civilian workforce become strategic leaders with its four-pillar program: training, legislation, diversity, and compliance. Since 1968, the nonprofit has advocated for equity and diversity for women. FEW works toward advancing women in government with cutting-edge training, nationwide networking and invaluable insight. For more information, please visit FEW.org.