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Women in Leadership Initiative Announces Resilient Leadership and Change Program
After kicking off the spring 2022 semester with the highly engaging Conversation With Provost Ritter, the Women in Leadership Initiative announces another program offering this spring.
The Resilient Leadership and Change program is designed to help participants cultivate positive mindset practices, strengthen emotional intelligence and communicate with agility. With input from members of the Women in Leadership Steering Committee, leadership experts, Jack Slavinski and Amy P. Kelly customized a four-part workshop to engage and support Syracuse University faculty and staff. The session topics are as follows:
- Session 1: Cultivating Positive Mindset Practices
- Session 2: Strengthening Emotional Intelligence and Resiliency
- Session 3: Communicating With Agility
- Session 4: Creating Your Change Journey
This series is built to be taught as a system, with the training content layered and reinforced through each two-hour virtual session. Those interested in attending are asked to submit this form. Registrants will be contacted as dates are finalized. Please contact email@example.com with any questions.
To learn more about the Syracuse University Women in Leadership Initiative visit its website.
Steering Committee members are Sue Ballard, vice president for alumni engagement; Candace Campbell Jackson, senior vice president and chief of staff to the Chancellor and chair of the Women in Leadership Steering Committee; Susan Cornelius Edson, executive senior associate athletics director/communications; Elisa Dekaney, associate dean for research, graduate studies and internationalization and professor of music education; Meghan Florkowski, director, WISE Women’s Business Center; Marie Garland, assistant provost for faculty affairs; Pam Gavenda, associate director, organizational development and training, Office of Human Resources; Catherine Gerard, associate director of executive education programs in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs; Marcelle Haddix, associate provost for strategic initiatives; Cydney Johnson, vice president of community engagement and government relations; Beth Myers, executive director, Taishoff Center for Inclusive Higher Education and professor of inclusive education; Tina Nabatchi, director, Program for Advancement of Research on Conflict and Collaboration and professor of public administration and international affairs in the Maxwell School; Dara J. Royer, senior vice president and chief marketing officer; Stephanie Salanger, director of communications, Institute for Veterans and Military Families; Sarah E. Scalese, senior associate vice president for communications; Michele Wheatly, special advisor to the Chancellor and professor of biology; and Jamie Winders, associate provost for faculty affairs.