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How to Achieve Your Ambition

Hello Leaders, Friends, Women Executives and Entrepreneurs,

 

According to research, women are more ambitious than ever before.  

Are you?  

 

A recent McKinsey report revealed that women are more ambitious than ever before. In fact, the research revealed that since the pandemic ended, 80% of women said they were ambitious in their careers (the same percentage as men for the first time). 


All of the above is yours when you enroll in the Executive Women’s Leadership Program which I lead for The George Washington  University – Center for Excellence in Public Leadership, now in its 12th cohort of extraordinary women. And it’s ALL LIVE and on ZOOM. Guest Speakers, break-out groups, worksheets, videos and networking. 

All created so you don’t have to leave your home or office.  


The Executive Women's Leadership program at George Washington University's Center for Excellence in Public Leadership has eight more spots available for the 3-day cohort May 1-3 - all on Zoom!

 

There are two ways to change your life for the better: 

 

1) Invest in yourself. We spend money on all kinds of things we don’t need or won’t make a difference in our success. We invest in our children.  

But what about investing in your own career or business? This benefits YOU and your family.

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2) If you are in an organization, most have a budget for training.

Men ask for what they want or are offered it. Women don’t usually ask.  

Speak up.

 

Join me and hone your leadership and management skills together with an extraordinary group of women and outstanding guest speakers.  

 

If you have questions, reach out to me at LeslieGrossman@gwu.edu or Leslie@lesliegrossmanleadership.com.

 

Please note: If you are unable to enroll in the May cohort, a cohort is scheduled for this fall, October 16-18th. It’s our most popular program, so register now.

 

I look forward to meeting you and supporting you on your leadership journey.

 

Leslie Grossman

Senior Fellow, Faculty Director, Executive Women’s Leadership

The George Washington University, Center for Excellence in Public Leadership



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