Women’s Leadership Development Program
This high-impact program for all levels of women is designed to create a stimulating and unique environment to grow through personal reflection, exercises, and group interactions. Whether the goal is become CEO or simply sharpen the skills necessary to rise in an organization, this program will help. Participants learn strategies for using power and influence more effectively, tools for dealing with difficult situations and a network of women who will be supportive for years to come.
We will are now enrolling the Women’s Leadership Development program in the Quad Cities and Des Moines. Contact the Marketing Office at 563-359-1099 to register today!
Download the brochures for more information:
Quad Cities Women’s Leadership Development Brochure - Program Starts October 17, 2017
DSM 2017 Women’s Leadership Development Brochure - Program starts September 21st, 2017!
“The phrase, “once in a blue moon” describes the day I was introduced to Ginny Wilson-Peters. I am reminded of those chance encounters I have had in my life that profoundly impact me and leave me with a higher sense of purpose. Ginny’s Leadership Development program is for those business professionals on their journey to discover their own unique leadership style. Ginny will show you how to develop an action plan so your “star” will shine above a silvery moon.”
- Deb Burt, MRC Laboratory Shift Supervisor
Bridgestone Americas Tire Operations
“The Women’s Leadership Development program was just the impetus I needed to get my day to day activities aligned with my bigger life priorities. The reading and classes were always informative and thought provoking. Ginny’s life story is a great leadership testimony, combined with her expertise and research, this program provides the building blocks to focus on the immediate actions you can take in order to improve your personal leadership skills. I am privileged to have had the opportunity to participate.”
- Kristie Oliver, Executive Director
Coalition for Family & Children’s Services in Iowa