Women at Work


Women at Work It is generally acknowledged that organizations with diversity in executive roles achieve greater success. Frequently, women have less representation in higher ranks of leadership and a more difficult time climbing the corporate ladder. The Women at Work program helps women assess and address gender- specific challenges by developing a skill-set to succeed in the workplace as it is today. Through this program, you will gain the ability to use organizational resources to navigate the path to executive leadership with greater ease.


“Faculty addressed real-life situations, gave me workable solutions to many issues both at work and personally. The program transformed me and I feel different — stronger and better.”

“Excellent instructors sharing excellent content. Practical experiences that tie back to work.”

LOCATION Chapel Hill, NC

FEE $4,900

OUTCOMES • Implement skills and strategies for excelling in a biased workplace • Address self-limiting beliefs and behaviors through increased self-awareness • Leverage important relationships and networks for building career success • Use negotiation and influence techniques to ask for, and receive, what you want • Incorporate storytelling as a tool to influence in work and life • Practice strategies for maintaining wellness


Alison Fragale | Associate Professor of Organizational Behavior and Mary Farley Ames Lee Distinguished Scholar Mabel Miguel | Clinical Professor of Organizational Behavior and Director of the Global Business Center

For upcoming dates, please visit our website: https://bit.ly/PFIPrograms





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