June 10, 2016 – June 10, 2016
320 Corporate Drive
Women Managing Women
Friday June 10th, 10:30am-4:30pm
Back by popular demand! This one day seminar is for any woman who works for a woman manager; is a manager herself, or aspires to be a manager. The seminar’s goal is to enhance self-understanding of the “woman manager trap” and to provide strategies for dealing with challenging managers or not becoming a “challenging” manager oneself. The insights, strategies and skills presented will positively impact the way you manage and boost your confidence in working with others. You will have new approaches in working strategically with your boss, especially a female boss, if you have one.
|Morning Session:||Afternoon Session:|
|•||The challenges and traps of being a manager||•||Identifying the critical traps|
|•||From supervisor to manager||•||Dealing with Anger – the unfairness of it all|
|•||Authority, Power and Influence– rare insights||•||Handling Conflict|
|•||Sabotage from Below, Above and Beside
Depersonalizing the issue
|•||Side-stepping the double-standards – not assertive enough/too bossy!|
|•||Case Studies: Breakout sessions||•||Do not forget “the system”|
|•||Strategies for dealing with stress and distress||•||Finding the Humor!|
|•||Self-Evaluation exercise||•||Reflection -Take-away skills and techniques|
Meet the Facilitator – Annabel Beerel, MBA, Ph.D. Founder and President of the New England Women’s Leadership Institute (NEWLI). Annabel has been engaged in educating, developing, and working with women’s issues for the past 20 years. Since NEWLI was launched in 2009, several thousand women have benefited from the workshops, programs, seminars and networking offered.
We are grateful to our partner, Great Bay Community College for hosting this seminar.