How Savvy Women Lead!
Based upon her book What Women in Leadership Need to Stop Doing
Being a manager, business owner, or board director is tough. If you’re a woman, it can feel even more challenging – if you continue to practice the ten common behaviors of women leaders shared in this presentation.
From women new-to-leadership to the most seasoned C-Suite executives, leadership consultant Liz Weber has seen too many women in leadership roles work harder than they need to, create confusion when there didn’t need to be any, and fail to earn the money, positions, and respect they deserve.
In this fast-paced, funny, interactive yet engaging presentation, award-winning author and Strategic Leadership Expert, Liz Weber, highlights ten behaviors women in leadership positions need to stop doing so they can start to realize the leadership effectiveness, success, and rewards they are seeking.
With this insightful program, your audience members will uncover some painful professional weaknesses, but they will be given the solutions to become even more effective leaders, who happen to be savvy women!
Following this session, participants will be able to:
- Identify which specific behaviors to stop that are hurting their effectiveness as savvy leaders
- Determine ways to measure enhanced team performance because of their savvy leadership
- Create a process for developing leadership skills in other women and men to build a stronger, more engaged and productive teams, boards, or organizations!
There is NO male-bashing in this presentation.
About Liz Weber CMC:
Liz Weber is one of fewer than 100 professional speakers in the U.S. to hold both the Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) and Certified Management Consultant (CMC) designations.
Having presented in 22 countries, Liz's presentations educate and energize audiences, spur thought, and ignite ideas to drive leaders and organizations forward. In addition, Liz is a business owner, has served on various boards, and on the national board of the National Speakers Association for six years, where she served as its Strategic Planning Committee Chair for four years, in addition to serving on the Executive Compensation, Leadership, and Executive Committees. Liz also won the Association’s President’s Award for Service twice for chairing two global task forces.
Women Leaders, Managers, Executive Directors, CEOs, Board Directors