This professional development workshop introduces participants to the latest research trends and tools - from Harvard, Wharton, and Loyola - that transform women’s leadership effectiveness. It includes gender bias, confidence perception, and group dynamics – as well as concepts from these thought leaders:
WHEN and WHERESaturday, September 19th
National Electronics Museum
1745 W Nursery Rd
Linthicum Heights, MD 21090
(near BWI Airport)
Our workshop will be both a learning experience and FUN! Dr. Michel will present some ideas on effective leadership and lead participants through some experiential activities to develop leadership skills. A panel of professional women will also provide their insight and personal experiences in areas related to the workshop theme. A continental breakfast and an opportunity to start networking will begin at 8:30AM – the workshop will start promptly at 9AM. Lunch will be provided, as will gift bags and door prizes.
WORKSHOP SIZEThe workshop is limited to the first 125 women who register at this site (see the green box at the left for registration details and availability). Participants will be engineering professionals at any stage in their career – from the collegiate to the experienced. This is a great opportunity to meet women from partnering professional organizations and from a variety of corporations.
FACILITATOR / PRESENTER
Dr. John Michel is an expert in the area of leadership and management. He received his Ph.D. from the Organizational Studies program at the University at Albany, State University of New York majoring in organizational behavior and human resources management. He also holds an M.S. from the University of Baltimore in Industrial/Organizational Psychology, and a B.S. from Towson University in Psychology. He is currently an Assistant Professor of Management in the Joseph A. Sellinger, S.J., School of Business & Management at Loyola University Maryland. Dr. Michel’s research focuses on supportive and fun workplace practices, leadership and interpersonal influence, management development, prosocial behavior, and employee selection and retention. He has published more than 15 papers in various journals such as the Journal of Vocational Behavior, Group & Organization Management, Human Relations, Information & Management, Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies, Human Performance, Journal of Service Management, Journal of Applied Social Psychology.
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