Women in Leadership and Learning

The Women in Leadership and Learning (WILL) speaker series is designed for Sinclair faculty and staff interested in pursuing scholarship and professional growth, networking opportunities, and social support. While this series is geared toward women, all are welcome to attend.  The 6-part series will include invited guest speakers who will focus on different topics related to leadership and learning. Each speaker series will include an activity in addition to the discussion. Come join us, bring your lunch, and enjoy an hour of learning and leadership.

Click on the titles below to register for that session.

January 11, 2019
2019 Reset: Committing to Self-care
7006ABC

12:00 - 1:00 PM

Join fellow Sinclair women as we discuss New Year’s Resolutions and how to make them stick, reflecting on the first three WILL series speakers (Mental health, Exercise and Yoga, and Saying Yes to the Right Things). Participants will discuss resolutions and learn how to increase the likelihood of maintaining those resolutions throughout the year.

February 8, 2019
Leading the Way - Communication in the Workplace
7006ABC

12:00 - 1:00 PM

Lisa Hanasono is an Associate Professor of Communication at Bowling Green State University. She is a published author on topics of communication research including interpersonal communication, stereotypes, bias and prejudice, social support systems and institutional change. Lisa will address communication in the workplace and provide new perspectives on how to effectively communicate with colleagues.

March 15, 2019
Leading the Way - Inclusion, Internal Bias & Micro-aggressions
7006ABC

12:00 - 1:00 PM

Psychology Professor Taylor Curtis identifies knowledge and skills necessary to navigate an increasingly diverse campus and interconnected world. Inclusion in the workplace will be discussed.

April 5, 2019
Leading the Way - How to Deal with MEAN Girls
7006ABC

12:00 - 1:00 PM

This session will conclude the speaker series and address the topic Fall Faculty Professional Development workshop participants selected. Research conducted by panelists Sarah Finch, Michelle Littlejohn, Jessica McKinley and Alicia Schroeder will be presented.

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