Advancing Women in Aerospace 2020 Program Registration
Virtual Program Available
Women in Aerospace Canada Atlantic is pleased to offer a 4-module leadership certificate program – Advancing Women in Aerospace– a training program designed to prepare women for upcoming or new leadership opportunities within their organization. You’ll find Advancing Women to be a highly interactive and informative program that develops a wide range of skills necessary to develop your leadership. The objective of this program is to equip and empower you for current and future leadership opportunities at your organization. Whether you are just beginning your career, at the mid-level or are a senior leader, you will gain new insight as to how you can be a more confident and inspiring leader. We will look into concepts such as overcoming the imposter syndrome, projecting confidence, and dealing with challenging situations. All modules are activity-based so you can begin applying what you learn immediately.
At the end of this program, you will receive a Certificate of Completion for the Advancing Women in Aerospace Program. But most importantly, you will feel empowered and ready to take on the next phase of your career.
Please register for the program here by completing all required fields, including payment information. Registration deadline is Friday March 20, 2020.
2020 Program Dates & Times
|Module (descriptions are below)||Date|
|Module 1: Branding Yourself||Apr 7 – 6-8pm|
|Module 2: Positively Confident||Apr 21 – 6-8pm|
|Module 3: Developing Leadership Presence||Apr 28 – 6-8pm|
|Module 4: Handling Challenging Situations||May 12 – 6-8pm|
The program will be delivered in person at Bluedrop Training & Simulation, 36 Solutions Drive, Suite 300, Halifax, NS, B3S 1N2. For those outside the Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM), participation by video conference (Zoom) will be available.
Full Program Cost (all four modules) REGISTRATION DEADLINE: March 20, 2020
*Members – $920
Non-Members – $975
*Special pricing for WIA Members in good standing (including employees of WIA-Canada’s corporate founding member Ultra Electronics Marine Systems and Stelia)
Register today – Maximum 15 Participants.
Module 1: Branding Yourself
You already have a brand… but is it the one you want? This workshop focuses on helping participants create the leadership brand they want and how to best project it to others. We will look at what a brand is, how it is developed, and what behaviours you can change to re-brand yourself.
Module 2: Positively Confident
Our confidence is often limited by our own thinking. Whether you think you do not deserve to be in your role, or you feel like your accomplishments are merely a result of luck, it is hard to overcome this self-doubt, also known as the “Imposter Syndrome”. In this workshop, participants will work through this syndrome, discussing the limits of perfectionism and setting goals to help drive their internal confidence and overtake feelings of inadequacy.
Module 3: Developing Leadership Presence
You always know when a leader walks in the room. They seem to have an “air” about them. They carry an internal confidence that you can feel and they bring energy to the room and those in it. How do they do that? It’s called presence. And it’s a skill that you can develop. Projecting presence will help others see you as a leader and will be more apt to listen to your ideas. This workshop will take participants through the key elements of presence such as projecting energy and speaking with conviction. Each participant will also receive individual coaching on their presence.
Module 4: Handling Challenging Situations
As women, we are often faced with situations where we must assert ourselves. It might be being heard at a meeting, asking for a promotion, delivering a tough performance review or saying no to non-value add activities. These situations, and more, are prevalent in a male dominated industry. This module will provide participants with the skills to present themselves as confident leaders in all of these situations.
Program will be invoiced in full upon registration. Refunds will only be provided if program is cancelled due to low registration. Once the program has started, registration is not transferrable. Certificate of Completion will only be issued to a participant that completes all four modules in the program.
Travel expenses incurred to participate are the responsibility of the participant and will not be reimbursed in any part by WIA-Canada.
Eva Martinez, Vice-President WIA-Canada