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Could your University benefit from a partnership with WGLI? Contact Us or call (415) 737-9454 (WGLI) to begin the partnership application process and start supporting women’s leadership development today!
Universities can leverage a WGLI partnership to attract more women into their institutions and more corporations to recruit graduates from their campuses. Through partnership with WGLI, universities gain access to relevant leadership training programs, which enable institutions to develop more marketable graduates, create strong leaders and develop their brand as a champion of women.
Program Theme: Take Charge. Show the World You Are Ready to Lead.
Sponsored by Mills College, Lorry I. Lokey School of Business and Public Policy, this one-day workshop provided Mills College students and alumnae with powerful tools, from influential leaders, to help them assess personal strengths, define personal missions and teach women how to articulate this power to others.
- Women as Leaders – What makes a powerful leader?
- Personal Experience and its Impact on Developing
- Leadership skills
- Identifying Your Personal Vision and Mission
- How to Sell Yourself—Tools for Self-Branding
Could your business or corporation benefit from a partnership with WGLI? Contact Us or call (415) 737-9454 (WGLI) to begin the partnership application process and start supporting women’s leadership development today!
Corporate Partners can best leverage a WGLI partnership to deliver leadership programs and host speaker series events. The goal of a corporate partnership is for the company to leverage WGLI assets to improve development opportunities for women within their organization.
Program Theme: Enough! Empowerment Skills to Stop Sexual Harassment
Sponsored by GoFundMe, this two-hour workshop taught professional women and local students how to empower themselves and others to stand together, make a change and stop sexual harassment. Sexual harassment prevention educator and expert, Mandy J. Benson was brought in to deliver sexual harassment training skills for prevention.
- What is sexual harassment?
- How do you address those with power?
- How to say NO-to anyone
- How to find support in the workplace
- Rights that protect you!
Could your community organization benefit from a partnership with WGLI? Contact Us or call (415) 737-9454 (WGLI) to begin the partnership application process and start supporting women’s leadership development today!
Community Partners can best leverage a WGLI partnership to raise brand awareness for their organization and further a mutually agreed upon mission. Examples of community partners include service organizations, influencers and advocates who focus primarily on women’s issues. Community partners can work with WGLI on co-sponsored or co-branded events and programs to leverage each other’s networks and brand exposure.
Work Smart! Build Strength & Resilience with Negotiation Skills
Sponsored by Women in Bio, this workshop taught members critical research and benchmarking skills to use when negotiating for raises and promotions. The workshop was designed to empower participants to take action on closing the gender wage gap in addition to providing tangible and transferable skills for a lifetime.
- How to prepare to ask for a raise
- The Top 5 skills of effective negotiators and how to build them
- How to overcome the word “No”