Share knowledge and experiences with high-performing women from a diverse group of government agencies.
In Brookings Executive Education’s Women’s Leadership Network, you learn how to lead change from positions of formal and informal authority. You acquire skills to negotiate successfully in any workplace situation. You enhance your ability to communicate with authenticity and impact. And you form close bonds with fellow participants — creating an extraordinary community of female colleagues. There is no GS-level requirement to participate in this program.
Based on feedback from network alumnae, Brookings Executive Education has restructured the program format.
Members of this cohort now take the following four courses:
●Visioning and Leading Change: Oct. 1-2, 2018
●Leading Through Influence: Dec. 11-12, 2018
●The Art and Science of Negotiation: Feb. 20-21, 2019
●Communicating for Success: April 29-30, 2019
Non-cohort members are welcome to sign up for open-enrollment sessions of these courses, as space and availability allow.
●Content geared toward challenges faced by women
●Supportive learning environment
●Access to the Brookings Executive Education community
●Career-long alumni network of female government leaders
Note: You can apply your eight class days to the 20 class days required to earn Brookings Executive Education’s Certificate in Public Leadership, or you can apply four credit hours to the Master of Science in Leadership (MSL) program. For more information or to register, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
“The value of the Women’s Leadership Network exceeds its curriculum. Yes, I gained valuable tools and techniques. But I also acquired a professional network of amazing, accomplished women.” -Women’s Leadership Network participant