Women’s Open Enrollment
Women Leading from the Front Lines: Core Leadership Principles from the Army and West Point
Thayer's Women's Open Enrollment program is a unique opportunity to have a fully immersive, exclusive, digital leadership experience created for women and delivered by women. Designed for mid- to senior-level leaders, this digital learning journey will provide participants with tangible tools that will take their leadership to the next level. Participants will actively hone these concepts and apply the skills through applied academic sessions and experiential activities, while simultaneously expanding their professional network. Our women-only programs have generated a Net Promoter Score of 9.83 out of 10.
September 27-November 11, 2021 - Women Leading from the Front Lines: Core Leadership Principles from the Army and West Point
For more information or help registering, please call (845) 446-4731 ext. 8924 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For our women's programs, we utilize women leaders who exemplify what it means to be a leader of character and who have "been there" on the battlefield, whether in the military, corporate sector, or both. These faculty lead and facilitate discussions and provide mentorship and guidance in small, interactive applied academic and experiential sessions. All our faculty have deep academic and experiential backgrounds upon which to draw when engaging in dialogue with your woman leaders and creating the next generation of leaders. They are truly "scholar-warriors" and role models.
The faculty for the online courses are:
A few of the onsite program faculty are:
"The experience is life-changing. You get an opportunity to meet women with different experiences, cultures, backgrounds who have one common denominator - being women."
~ Kathie Levergood, Director Customer Care, Atlantic Broadband
"You will make amazing connections, learn from brilliant leaders in a safe setting. I highly recommend the women's only open enrollment. It gives you a chance to be your authentic self without having the usual stereotype thinking going on.”
~ Kim Markgraf, Assistant Vice President Applications Development, USAA
"Inspiring. It changes you and your perspective. It will make you see things differently. Leadership walking the walk.”
~ Mag O'Keefe, Director of Operations and Plant Manager, Stryker
"I met some amazing women who inspired me and learned a lot about myself and communicating with others. The most valuable and influential thing I took away was to create a leadership philosophy. It sets in stone one’s values, creates accountability, and lets others know what to expect from you.”
~ Katherine Haney, Former Manufacturing Manager, National Gypsum Company
"Your legacy is the people you develop. Have you developed the future?"
Colonel Patrick Sweeney, Ph.D.,(USA, Retired, USMA 1982)