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PACSW presents Making Power Moves: Women & Leadership 2019

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PACSW presents Making Power Moves: Women & Leadership 2019


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PACSW presents

Making Power Moves: Women & Leadership

You will gain practical skills to advance your career through lectures, discussion and interactive exercises. Topics include:


Managing and leading effectively

Promoting yourself

Networking

Negotiating

Organizational politics

Managing up

Perspectives on advancement from UC female and male leadership

Public speaking

Non-defensive communication


Tuesdays 4-7pm on the following dates:

Sptember  17, 24

October 1, 8, 15, 22, 29

November 5, 12, 19, 20

Registration fee is $600.00. If  you are paying the registration fee from your personal funds, please send a check, payable to Amy Levine at 5800 Florence Terrace, Oakland, CA 94611 no later than September 6th. Alternatively, you can request that your department submit your registration fee to be paid for by UCOP through a Service Now request. Participants will be accepted on a first come, first service basis.  Confirmation of attendance will be when payment is received, not by registration on this site.

Checks are non-refundable after September 6 (unless you can find a replacement.)

The course is sponsored by the President's Committee on the Status of Women (PACSW).

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 FAQs

Q: What can I do if I can't attend all the sessions?

A: If you know in advance you will miss more than two sessions, it is advisable to wait until the next course is offered.

Q: Can I talk with someone who has taken the course in the past?

A: Absolutely.  Please email course instructor, Amy Levine YW15bGV2aW5lNDQgfCBnbWFpbCAhIGNvbQ==, and she will put you in conact with a previous attendee.

Q: Do I need to read the suggested book?

A: In order to maximize the effectiveness of the course, it is strongly suggested to read the book.  However, you will not be penalized for not doing so.

Q: How much homework is there?

A: You will receive weekly assignments allowing you to practice the skills you learn in the course.  You will not need to write anything for submission, but doing the exercises will deepen your understanding of the material.

Q: How theoretical is the course?

A: The material is based on research, but the course is highly participatory and interactive. We will not be discussing the research that supports the skills, but rather focus on partical application.

Q: How do you handle refunds?

A: Withdrawal from the course 7 - 30 days prior to the workshop: 50% refund

Withdrawal less than 7 days prior to the workshop: no refund

No show to the workshop: no refund

If you register and can’t attend, you are welcome to find someone at UCOP to take your place.

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Here’s what previous participants had to say about the class:

“I am really happy I took this course. I learned a lot about myself and discovered ways I can be more effective at work, in handling challenging situations, in promoting myself, and in creating more positive dynamics with everyone I work with.”

“I liked that we had the platform to explore these "Women in Leadership" topics as a group. Amy, is a wonderful, sincere, flexible, cohesive leader and it was an honor to take this class. I also enjoyed getting to know the other participants and see everyone grow from this experience.”

“I loved the group of women -- by the end we had evolved into such a safe, supportive group that I wish we could continue. The content is gauged very well to get us to look at our internal attitudes about our own capabilities and then gain confidence and move forward in our careers.”

 
Ticket Information Ticket Price
Reservation Hold- Confirmed Space in the Class Upon Receipt of Payment Free



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