Deborah Williams Havert, one of Six Seconds team members, presented at at the Columbus State University’s Women’s Leadership Development Conference last month. Deborah’s session on “Leading With Relational Power” explored the power of the Six Seconds’ EQ Model in leadership — connecting participants with tools to move themselves and others to put purpose in action.
On March 2 & 3 the Cunningham Center for Leadership Development hosted the Fifth Annual Women’s Leadership Conference in Columbus, Georgia. Its Leadership Institute has as its purpose: “to develop and empower generations of leaders with the integrity and skills to respond effectively to the evolving challenges they will face.” This year the theme for the 2010 Women’s Leadership Conference was Learn. Connect. Achieve. Some of the presenters at the conference were Claire Shipman, Senior National Correspondent, ABC News, who spoke about her new book, Womenomics, Virginia Ann Holman, Group Executive, Global Corporate Marketing and Communications, TSYS, who spoke on “The Art of Communication and Unintended Consequences”, Felicia L. Hamilton, Success Strategist, Coach, and Trainer who spoke on her book, Real Women Wear Stilettos.
Other speakers included:
Debbie Frame, The Leadership Essentials Group on her topic of, “5 Things You Must Master to be a Great Leader”
Jenny Lynn Buntin, Former Aide to First Lady Laura Bush on her topic of “Connecting By Displaying Honor in Corporate Culture”
The conference is an annual event for female leaders–from entry level to the most career experiences and accomplished. The conference explores specific steps organizations can take to cultivate the leadership potential of women, affording participants an opportunity to interact and share experiences with other successful women executives.
Relational Power for Women Leaders