Women’s executive leadership group
This high-impact program for mid- to senior-level women is designed to create a stimulating and unique environment to grow through personal reflection, exercises, and group interactions. Whether the goal is become CEO or simply sharpen the skills necessary to rise in an organization, this program will help. Participants learn strategies for using power and influence more effectively, tools for dealing with difficult situations and a network of women who will be supportive for years to come.
Download the Des Moines 2013 Women’s Leadership Development Program brochure for more details!
Coming Soon: Des Moines 2014 Women’s Leadership Development Program
“Do you want to be inspired every time you walk away? Do you want to meet some of the most amazing women you could ever want to know? Do you want to stretch and grow and walk to the edge? Well what incredible woman would not say ‘Yes!’ to all of that…and then some. That is what you’ll get from the Women’s Leadership Development program. I have three words of advice for amazing women out there: Do This…Now.”
- Cheri Bustos, Congresswoman and Former Health Care Vice President
“I’m endlessly grateful for the women’s leadership group and for Ginny’s efforts to make all the discussions meaningful and rewarding. I’ve made permanent connections through the experience that have enhanced my confidence, bolstered my career, and enriched my life.”
- Kathleen Rowe, LifeServe Blood Center
“Ginny is passionate about leadership development and gave us tools we can use to challenge ourselves to achieve our dreams. Through this group I had the opportunity to connect with six amazing women who I am so thankful to have met! We have become a tight group of friends and wonderful support network. I am thankful to Ginny for all I gained by being in this group!”
- C. Ann Shelton, Mid-America Group
“The networking and opportunity to develop strong relationships with other leaders in the community provided me with a lifetime of professional and personal friendships.”