The Executive Development Seminar has been expanded to become a two-part Executive Development Series (EDS).
The series is designed to help mid-career professionals build skills that are critical to effectively delivering results within their organizations, with a focus on mastering competencies vital to success at the director and VP level.
What you need to know:
- Each program within the series stands independent of the other and may be attended in any order.
- Seating is limited in both programs and registration will be on a first-come, first-served basis.
- If you attended the Executive Development Seminar prior to 2012, you attended Leading with Power and Authenticity.
Leading with Power and Authenticity (35 seats)
This educational program is the original Executive Development Seminar
and will be held:
April 6 - 8, 2016, Cary, NC
Registration is now full.
To be placed on the waiting list, click here.
The session will take place at the Umstead Hotel and Spa in Cary, North Carolina. WICT has secured a discounted rate of $245 plus tax, per night. You will receive further reservation details upon registration.
"This is a deeply personal seminar that brings out every emotion and teaches you how to harness them." - Heather Davidson, KPMG
"LWPA was one of the best training experiences due to the amazing women that attended and Elaine's unique wisdom, insights and guidance. A must-do!" - Kathy Boyes, Cisco
"This is amazing. No idea how 2.5 days could make such an impact on my personal and professional life." - Katie Smith, Scripps Networks Interactive
Executive Leadership Presence (38 seats)
Educational program added to the series in the fall of 2012.
This program will be held once in 2016:
October 19 - 20, 2016, Santa Ana Pueblo, NM
Registration will open in May, 2016.
"It is amazing what 2 days of being surrounded by accomplished woman can do, not only for your career growth, but also for your SOUL." - Eliane Castro, TWC
"Absolutely valuable information presented with passion and practiced with other women hungry to learn. Must-have training for aspiring women leaders." - Stephanie Ducote, Comcast