Lead Like a Woman is a new two-day leadership retreat designed for women, by women, to capitalize on innate female leadership strengths ideally suited for complex 21st Century work environments. It incorporates a research-based, field-tested approach to complement the existing male-defined model for leading in lean, agile, collaborative organizations. The program focuses on the “self” as the primary instrument of leadership effectiveness and applies a predominately-female lens for how problems are defined, how issues are resolved, and what we do well to engage others and think strategically.
(Women's Leadership Retreat qualifies as the "required" workshop for the Leadership & Management Certificate. Visit the Leadership & Certificate Management page for more information.)
During this retreat tailored for women, you will:
Outcomes you will leave with include:
You will discover that Lead Like A Woman:
Research and Methodology:
Although you will be reconnecting with the ancient core of our female essence, there is nothing “old” about what you will be learning in this course. The program is built on solid research and field-tested material in the behavioral sciences from such thought leaders as: Carol Gilligan, Margaret Wheatley, Edgar Schein, Angeles Arrien, Marija Gimbutas, Deborah Tannen, Leonard Schlein, Chris Argyrus, Marion Woodman, Louann Brizendine, Peggy MacIntosh, Eckhart Tolle and Shelley Taylor.
Lead Like a Woman will incorporate highly interactive techniques for learning, such as Socratic dialogue, self-assessments, small group work, and certain tools borrowed from sports psychology such as guided imagery and feedback solicitation.
Located only an hour from Boston, Manchester and Portland and five miles from the University of New Hampshire, The Browne Center for Innovative Learning is nestled amidst The Great Bay Trust, a 103 acre wooded sanctuary. The facility offers accessible indoor and outdoor learning facilities with a rustic feel, but modern amenities. From a lodge-style seminar room with fireplace, inviting yurts, to an outdoor climbing wall and two stat-of-the-art challenge courses, the facility offers an inspiring setting for any meeting, retreat, or group outing.
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The Browne Center for Innovative Learning is located at 340 Dame Road in Durham, NH.
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Carlotta Tyler, M.S.O.D., Associate Certified Coach (ACC) from the International Coaching Federation (ICF), has conducted a successful coaching and consulting practice on five continents for three decades. Formerly marketing director for a computer manufacturer, elected leader at municipal, state, and national levels, and founder of two corporations, her career has taken her from community development to corporate boardrooms, from parenting to politics, from Boston to Bangkok. A pioneer in developmental coaching, she crafted the Continuous Improvement Career Coachingª Model. She is an alum of UNH, American Univ., the National Training Institute in Washington, DC, and the Program on Negotiation at Harvard Law School. She is certified in MBTI, and is a Gender Reconciliation Trainer, a Reiki Master, and trained in RYSE at the Polarity Institute.
Vaughan brings 30 years of organizational change, leadership training, team building, and executive coaching experience to this retreat. She also brings the leadership experience of managing people to reach revenue goals and quality standards on time, within budget, in demand driven environments. Over the years, Vaughan developed a career consulting niche working with women scientists, engineers, and academic deans- all high performing contributors at major career/life transitions. As a result of this perspective, she embraces a philosophy that leadership starts with the ability to “know thyself”, leverage strengths, and embrace a creative (vs reactive) orientation to life.
Vaughan holds a Master of Science in Applied Behavioral Science from Johns Hopkins University, and teaches the Adaptive Leadership for Women course for the University of New Hampshire.