Leading Women Executives  
     
 
 
 
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Leading Women Executives is a multi-dimensional leadership program that focuses exclusively on high potential women executives and their companies. Its mission is to strengthen and sustain female advancement by developing effective leadership competencies and behaviors while partnering with organizations to address company-specific business practices and cultural issues.  
   
- How to Negotiate for Vacation Time (HBR)
- Closing the Gender Gap
- Getting More Women to the C-Suite
 
 
   
 
   
 
  A Dynamic Alliance   An Integrated Solution   Women's Leadership  
 
     
 
 
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Support + Skills + Networking

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Better utilizing female talent makes business sense. The latest Catalyst “Bottom Line Study” research reconfirms a positive correlation between high levels of representation of women in executive roles and superior competitive financial performance among Fortune 500 companies.

 

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Catalyst, The Bottom Line: Corporate Performance and Women's Representation on Boards (2004-2008), 2011

 
 

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Leading Women Executives' program curriculum integrates the perspectives of CEO's, female business leaders, practitioners and academics. Deborah Kolb, Simmons Graduate School of Management (Emeritas) is academic advisor to the program.

CLC was founded by Cheryl Francis and Sheila Penrose in 2002 to advance the practice of leadership. In launching Leading Women Executives, CLC is drawing on the success of its initial program, CEO Perspectives - a collaborative business-academic forum that focuses on the agenda of today's CEO.

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Leading Women Executives offers a uniquely integrated solution to improving and sustaining advancement for women by addressing three critical elements for success; organizational support, participant skill building, and ongoing networking and tracking.

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