Online Briefing Series for Women
Based on feedback from the NASPA membership, the Center for Women developed an online briefing series on a variety of hard and soft skills that tie to student affairs and higher education. These programs will be offered every other month and will focus on issues relevant toward women in the field of higher education and student affairs. This website will continue to be updated with upcoming programs and registration information. Members are encouraged to register and encourage to bring staff members participate in the presentation as well.
Learning Outcomes for the Online Briefing Series
The Online Briefing Series for Women, will:
- Focus on women's issues on a college campus and be presented by those with expertise in the foundational area
- Provide a venue to continue to advance and showcase the research and practice being developed about women in higher education
- Deliver content in a flexible and accessible format that matches known demands for women
- Select content in collaboration with NASPA's constituent groups and outside strategic partners
Sample topics for 2018-2019
- The importance of mentoring
- Managing multiple identities: caregiving, working moms, etc.
- Organizational change management
March 2019 Briefing | Why Nice Girls Don't Get the Corner Office
Tuesday, March 5th at 3:00 p.m. Eastern
In this interaction session, participants will examine multiple aspects of leadership to include historical perspectives of women in leadership, varying leadership styles and the role of gener in leadership theory. Participants will examine their own personal leadership style and some common missteps to gaining the "corner office."
- Recognize the differencec among the common leadership styles and how to apply each in different situations
- Synthesize the path women have taken over the past 50 yeras to gain leadership positions
- Identify common gender issues as they pertain to leadership to include Mommy Wars, Glass Ceiling, and Patriarchael Construct, along others
- Identify one's personal leadership style via assessment
- Create a person VISION statement for own leadership advancement
- Create a timeline for next steps in advancement
- Recognize the pitfalls for women's advancement and how to overcome or avoid such obstacles
Target AudienceThis session will be aligned with the needs of graduate students and professionals with up to 10 years of experience
Meet the Presenter
Have an idea?
The Center for Women is hosting a call for online briefings and hope you will consider an idea for a presentation. Workshops are asked to be targeted to professional development topics for women in higher education and student affairs. Consider submitting your program to be featured as part of the online series for the Center for Women. Submissions will be evaluated on an on-going basis.
Missed a Previous Online Briefing?
No worries! Each online briefing is available on-demand within two weeks following the live session. Take a look at past programs sponsored by the Center for Women below.
- November 2018: Women and Decision-making: Information or Intuition?
- September 2018: Lifting As We Climb: Becoming a Mentor at Your Institution
- March 2018: Why Women Should Ask: Pay Equity and Women in Student Affairs
- January 2018: #BossLady: Career Advancement is more than Serendipity
- September 2017: The Art of Creating Your Own Career Path
- April 2017: The Student Affairs Mid-Level Administrator: The Power and Strength of Leading from the Middle
- February 2017: Landing the job you want: Top 10 strategies to capitalize on the job search process
- December 2016: Beyond Busy: Developing Life Work Integration for Women in Student Affairs
- October 2016: Intersections of Identity at Work: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender (self-care and support)