WOMEN LEADING FROM THE FRONT LINES: CORE LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES FROM THE ARMY AND WEST POINT

Digital Women's Open Enrollment

March 28, 2022 - June 29, 2022
Online Asynchronous & Virtual Live Synchronous

Program Overview

Superior leadership principles, values, and ethics

A unique opportunity to have a fully exclusive, digital leadership experience designed for women, by women, and delivered primarily by women, creating an optimal environment for the candid, transparent dialogue needed for self-discovery and personal development. The 10-week digital leadership journey for mid- to senior-level woman leaders, is organized into 3 phases – Lead Yourself, Lead Teams, and Lead with Purpose – creating an iterative development process that allows time to translate knowledge into action and explore practical application. Through applied academic sessions and experiential activities participants will actively hone the leadership tools that they learn, while simultaneously expanding their professional network.

The incredible women faculty, all true "scholar-warriors" and role models, have demonstrated superior leadership skills in highly challenging and ever-changing situations leading teams and individuals in extraordinary circumstances. They will lead and facilitate discussions and provide mentorship and guidance in small, interactive experiential sessions, which reflect the leadership principles, values, and ethics from the Army and West Point. They will bring theory to life and demonstrate meaningful connections between military leadership, and leadership in the corporate, governments, and non-profit sectors. 

Program Agenda

Digital Women's Open Enrollment

March 28, 2022 - June 29, 2022
Online Asynchronous & Virtual Live Synchronous

DATE TIME SESSION
PHASE 1- LEAD YOURSELF
MONDAY, MARCH 28 ​ONLINE: Welcome & Kickoff Prep
THURSDAY, MARCH 31 ​VIRTUAL LIVE: Program Kickoff with Senior Advisors
FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 4-5 ​ONLINE: Lead Yourself
THURSDAY, APRIL 7 ​VIRTUAL LIVE: Resilience
FRIDAY, APRIL 8 ONLINE: Bridging Activity
TUESDAY, APRIL 12 ​VIRTUAL LIVE: Team Check-in- Leadership Philosophy Development
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13-15 ONLINE: Lead Teams
TUESDAY, APRIL 26 ​VIRTUAL LIVE: Deliberate Leadership
THURSDAY, APRIL 28 ​VIRTUAL LIVE: Enabling Team Success
FRIDAY, APRIL 29 & MAY 2-3 ​ONLINE: Global Communications Mission (GCM) Experiential Prep
THURSDAY, MAY 5 ​VIRTUAL LIVE: Global Communications Mission (GCM) Experiential
PHASE 3- LEAD WITH PURPOSE
FRIDAY, MAY 6 ONLINE: Leaders Study History
MONDAY, MAY 16 VIRTUAL LIVE: Team Check-in- Trust
WEDNESDAY, MAY 18 ​VIRTUAL LIVE: Leadership Lessons from History
FRIDAY, MAY 20 ONLINE: Leaders Leave a Legacy
TUESDAY, MAY 24 VIRTUAL LIVE: Battle Buddy Action Learning
THURSDAY, MAY 26 VIRTUAL LIVE: Keynote Address
FRIDAY, MAY 27 ONLINE: Leaders Strive to Improve
TUESDAY, MAY 31 VIRTUAL LIVE: Team Check-in- Leadership Philosophy Sharing
THURSDAY, JUNE 2 VIRTUAL LIVE: Commander’s Call with Senior Advisors
THURSDAY, JUNE 23 ONLINE: Rally Point
WEDNESDAY, JUNE 29 VIRTUAL LIVE: Action Plan Check-In
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Program Faculty

Leaders Building Leaders

Brigadier General Maureen LeBoeuf, Ed.D.
(USA, Retired, St. Bonaventure 1976)

Maureen was born and raised in Olean, New York. She graduated from St. Bonaventure University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Education in 1976 and received a direct commission as Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army. Maureen holds a Masters and Doctorate of Education, Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Georgia; an Executive Diploma in Strategic Leadership, US Army War College; and an Executive Diploma in Management and Leadership, U.S. Army Command and General Staff College.

Colonel Donna Brazil, Ph.D., PC
(USA, Retired, USMA 1983)

Dr. Brazil retired from the United States Army as a Colonel with over 31 years of leadership experience. She served in wide variety of leadership assignments to include executive officer and operations officer for a 1000-person logistics unit, commander of a transportation company, and director of Leadership and Psychology Programs at the United States Military Academy (USMA). Donna concluded her service as the Deputy Head of the Department of Behavioral Sciences and Leadership at USMA. She served with the Office of Military Cooperation – Afghanistan assisting the Afghan Ministry of Defense in establishing the Afghan Military Academy and collaborated with the Los Angeles police department and the New Jersey Chiefs of Police in designing a Command and Leadership course for their officers. 

Alison Levine
(University of Arizona 1987)

Alison is an adventurer, explorer and mountaineer. She has climbed peaks on every continent, served as the team captain of the first American Women’s Everest Expedition, and skied across the Arctic Circle to the geographic North Pole. In January 2008, she made history as the first American to complete a 600-mile traverse from west Antarctica to the South Pole following the route of legendary explorer Reinhold Messner. Levine completed this arduous journey on skis while hauling 150 pounds of her gear and supplies in a sled harnessed to her waist. In May 2010 she completed the Adventure Grand Slam – climbing the 7 Summits (highest peak on each continent) and skiing to both Poles, an accomplishment fewer than 30 people in the world can claim. Her success in extreme environments is noteworthy given she suffers from a neurological disease that causes the arteries that feed her fingers and toes to collapse in cold weather, leaving her at extreme risk for frostbite.

Brigadier General Rebecca Halstead
(USA, Retired, USMA 1981)

Becky is a 1981 graduate of the United States Military Academy and achieved an historic milestone as the first female graduate of West Point to be promoted to General Officer. She was the senior Commanding General (equivalent to CEO) for logistics in Iraq, and was the first female in U.S. history to command in combat at the strategic level. In this capacity, she was responsible for leading over 200 multi‐disciplined units (20,000 military and 5,000 civilians) located across 55 different bases, providing supply, maintenance, transportation and distribution support to over 250,000 personnel serving in Iraq.

Logistics

When: March 28, 2022 - June 29, 2022

Where: Online Aysnchronous & Virtual Live Synchronous

Who: Mid- to senior-level women leaders, across all industries, who want proven, practical tools for what it means to be a more effective, inspiring leader.

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Program Fee: $4,100 all inclusive 

Program fee includes access for one participant to this 10-week digital leadership journey. The full course fee is due upon registration. Your registration will be reviewed for acceptance once your registration and full payment are both received. We will only accept credit card payments through this website registration. If you would like to register a group or other payment options are required, please contact us at registration@thayerleadership.com.

Registration: Closes March 21, 2022

Early registration is strongly encouraged as it is on a first-come, first-served basis. Spaces are guaranteed once full payment has been received and your application has been accepted. 

For more information, please email registration@thayerleadership.com or call 845-446-4731 ext. 8924.

Cancellation Policy:

In preparation for our programs, we initiate many administrative and logistical actions related to your registration which incur a variety of costs prior to the program launch. Therefore, the following fees apply, based on the amount of advance notice you provide to us:

                         

Substitutions: Substitution requests (i.e., to substitute registration in this Thayer program to a different participant) must be completed no later than 3 days before Phase 1 of the program begins. To be considered a completed substitution request, the request must be made in writing and include all required participant registration information for the new participant. Otherwise, the appropriate Transfer Fee or Cancellation Fee policy will be applied.

Transfers: Transfer requests (i.e., to transfer registration by the same participant to a different Thayer program) must be made in writing and indicate the new date or new program the participant wishes to attend. Otherwise, the appropriate Cancellation Fee policy will be applied. The remaining tuition balance will be applied to the new program dates. Tuition will become 100% non-refundable if a participant transfers more than 2 times or does not attend another program within 12 months of the original program start date.

Cancellations: If requested, any remaining balance of a cancelled program's payment can be applied to another Thayer program within 12 months of the original program date. After 12 months, the balance is non-refundable.

If Thayer cancels the Program due to an act of God or any other condition reasonably beyond Thayer’s control that makes it impossible or unreasonable to hold the Program, Thayer shall not be responsible for complying with any provision of this Agreement; provided, however, that Thayer shall make reasonable efforts to transfer your payment and registration to another similar program.

System Requirements:

  • General System Requirements:
    • Broadband connection with 500+ Kbps
    • Adobe Flash Player plug-in version 10.0.22 or higher
    • Internet Explorer* 8.0+, Google Chrome, Apple Safari 2.0+, Mozilla Firefox 4.0+
    • Access to HTTPS port 443
    • Access to view HLS and RTMP video streams of H.264 video 
              
  • Computer Supported Hardware – Desktop:
    • Processor: 1.83GHz Intel Core Duo or faster
    • RAM: 512MB or more
    • Audio capability with speakers or headphones

  • Computer/Mobile Device Supported Operating Systems:
    • Microsoft Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8.x, and Windows 10
    • Apple Mac OS X 10.4 or higher
    • Apple iOS for iPad and iPhone
    • Google Android for tablets and phones

     *Internet Explorer 8 users may experience limited functionality.

 Recommended System: 

  • Adobe Flash Player plug-in version 11.4 or higher
  • Google Chrome 21.0+, Internet Explorer 10.0+, Apple Safari 5.0+, Firefox 15.0+
  • Operating System: Microsoft Windows 7 or Apple Mac OS X 10.7+
  • Broadband connection with 1Mbps or higher

     *Broadband connection with 1Mbps or higher

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WOMEN LEADING FROM THE FRONT LINES: CORE LEADERSHIP PRINCIPLES FROM THE ARMY AND WEST POINT

Digital Women's Open Enrollment

March 28, 2022 - June 29, 2022
Online Asynchronous & Virtual Live Synchronous

Note: Any necessary course materials will be mailed to this address
Note: This email address will be used for course log-in and course communications
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Program Fee: $4,100 (All Inclusive)

Program fee includes access for one participant to this 10-week digital leadership journey. The full course fee is due upon registration. Your registration will be reviewed for acceptance once your registration and full payment are both received. We will only accept credit card payments through this website registration. If you would like to register a group or other payment options are required, please contact us at registration@thayerleadership.com.

Address:
Thayer Leadership
674 Thayer Rd
West Point, NY 10996
Corporate office located off the lobby of The Thayer Hotel

Telephone:
(United States)  1.800.247.5047, ext. 8924
(Worldwide)  +1.845-446-4731, ext. 8924

Email:
registration@thayerleadership.com

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