Women's Ignatian Leadership Salon


Tuesday, Aug 19, 2014
11-2:00
Fenwick Conference Room

The "who," "how," "what," and "why" of the retreat:
Women = Leaders from across the University.
Ignatian = Taking time to reflect on personal experience to enhance self-awareness and insight.
Leadership = Influencing ability.
Salon = A gathering to "increase the knowledge of participants through
conversation."

The goal is to strengthen leadership skills and confidence through personal reflection, small group conversation on leadership findings, and peer support.


Characteristics          
          So Few (Academic) Women Leaders
          The 10 Worst Stereotypes About Powerful Women         
          Women Leadership Styles
          23 Traits of Good Leaders     
          Men or Women: Who's the Better Leader?
 
Women in "A Corner Office" (or All Advice is Autobiographical!)
         
I Don't Need an Ivory Tower (or an Office)        
          On Clarity of Leadership
          On Finding Your Genius
          On Helping Employees Up the Ladder
          On Managing Up vs. Managing Down
          Think Big and Work Backward

Culture, Ethnicity, Race, Sexual Identity, Socialization
          African-American Female Leadership Styles
          Gay and Lesbian College Presidents Go Public With Web Video
          So We Leaned In... Now What?
          The Most Undervalued Leadership Traits Of Women
          The Power of Talk
          The Women Who Do It All But Don't Have It All
       
Topical            
          How Much Personal Information Should You Share at Work?
          How to Promote Women in Leadership Roles
          Maximizing the Performance Review
          Possible Path to Closing Pay Gap
          The Baby Penalty
          Trust Rules: The Most Important Secret About Trust
          Women and Academic Leadership: Leaning Out         
          5 Reasons it's So Hard to Give Tough Performance Feedback

Comprehensive
         
Seven Lessons from Pope Francis