If you find dealing with office politics difficult and painful, would it help to know you’re not alone? In one survey, nearly 3 out of 4 professional women cited office politics as their biggest career frustration. But other research shows that political skill can be a force for good, and “positive political savvy” is a leadership skill that anyone can learn.
In this session you’ll learn:
• Why you can’t afford to ignore office politics
• What the data tells us about women and workplace politics
• Four skills used by people who are positively political
• The Shadow Organization Map: a tool for developing your organizational astuteness
To get the most of out of this session, bring some paper and pens, pencils, or markers in a variety of colors. Get ready to engage your curiosity, become a student of social dynamics, and develop your positive political skill.
Jo Miller is a globally renowned authority on women’s leadership. She’s dedicated two decades to helping women advance into positions of influence by leveraging their leadership strengths. Based on her work with hundreds of thousands of women, she developed a pragmatic and powerful roadmap that guides women to become the leaders they aspire to be. Jo shares this proven process in her book Woman of Influence: 9 Steps to Build Your Brand, Establish Your Legacy, and Thrive (McGraw Hill, 2019) which was a #1 bestselling new release on Amazon’s Women in Business chart and has sold more than 9,000 copies.
Jo is the CEO of Be Leaderly, a firm focused on leadership development, consulting, and research initiatives to elevate women’s voices at work.
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Who should attend
Members: emerging leaders, executives, men, and women professionals who would like to connect with other professionals in the region.
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