Students will learn:

A. statistics, histories, and trends related to women’s leadership in the United States and abroad;

B. specific competencies, behaviors, attitudes, and practices that make women successful as leaders, such as, how to:

  • Identify personal strengths
  • Embrace and manage conflict
  • Create high level of emotional intelligence
  • Possess self-efficacy
  • Recognize personal passions and interests
  • Communicate in a compelling way
  • Adapt to change
  • Navigate organizational dynamics and politics
  • Maintain resiliency

C.  about schools and organizations that educate and promote women’s leadership training;

D.  problem-solving skills applicable to the workplace and political venues as relates to leadership, including how to handle sexual harassment on the job;

E.  about the role of violence in undermining perceptions and experiences of women’s leadership roles;

F.  mentoring from faculty and alumna on women’s leadership relevant in their discipline;

G. community service skills.