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GSBGEN 370: Power of You: Women in Leadership

All leaders face a host of challenges, but women leaders encounter an additional set of obstacles and considerations - institutional, economic, cultural, familial and beyond. These issues are often exacerbated for women from underrepresented groups. GG370 Power of You: Women in Leadership will provide students (of any gender identity) with over 180 concrete research-based strategies, tools and tactics for addressing these challenges. This course will prepare students not only to be more successful in workplaces as they currently exist, but also to create inclusive and equitable workplaces for the future - regardless of what industry, role or professional purpose they pursue. The course will establish a leadership paradigm "legacy leadership" that inspires and equips students to create a transformational legacy through empowering others, particularly those who traditionally have not had equal access to opportunities, networks and/or mentorship. In class and in written reflections, stude more »
All leaders face a host of challenges, but women leaders encounter an additional set of obstacles and considerations - institutional, economic, cultural, familial and beyond. These issues are often exacerbated for women from underrepresented groups. GG370 Power of You: Women in Leadership will provide students (of any gender identity) with over 180 concrete research-based strategies, tools and tactics for addressing these challenges. This course will prepare students not only to be more successful in workplaces as they currently exist, but also to create inclusive and equitable workplaces for the future - regardless of what industry, role or professional purpose they pursue. The course will establish a leadership paradigm "legacy leadership" that inspires and equips students to create a transformational legacy through empowering others, particularly those who traditionally have not had equal access to opportunities, networks and/or mentorship. In class and in written reflections, students will deeply explore issues including, but not limited to: the likeability paradox; family and work; diversity, inclusivity and opportunity; intersectional identities; managing voice and reputation; leadership styles; mentorship and sponsorship; courage and fear; and creating social value. Students will develop a legacy leadership action plan that articulates how they will empower others, lead with intentional inclusivity and create social value. In class and at small group lunches, students will engage directly with industry leaders such as Meg Whitman (Quibi), Dr. Priscilla Chan (Chan Zuckerberg Initiative), Mary Barra (General Motors), Judy Smith (Smith & Company), Sheryl Sandberg (Lean In & Facebook), Linnea Roberts (Gingerbread Capital) and Indra Nooyi (formerly PepsiCo), among others.
Terms: Spr | Units: 3
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