Women in Leadership Series
Mercer University is committed to developing leaders, innovators, problem-solvers, and life-long learners who strive to make a positive impact on their industries and communities every day. Join us for a special Women in Leadership Series to learn more ways to extend your influence through exclusive, free webinar discussions.
Browse our upcoming webinar series to keep the conversation going as you pursue new challenges along your leadership journey.
Strength, Courage, and Wisdom: Leadership Lessons for Longevity
Nadia G. Barnett, Ph.D., LPC, NCC, ACS | Assistant Professor and Graduate Program Coordinator of Human Services
Mercer University College of Professional Advancement
Explore intrapersonal strategies for balancing multiple roles in an organization and discover how to maintain long-term excellence in leadership.
Career Search Techniques: Opportunities, Challenges, and Personal Branding
Anne M. Kelly, PCC, CMCS | Career and Professional Development
Balancing professional and personal responsibilities is challenging, and it can be common to seek a new opportunity or put a career on hold as a result. Now more than ever, job-seekers have an opportunity to rewrite their expectations of employers. This session will review the current landscape of job opportunities and discuss how to update your résumé and personal brand statement while managing many priorities women face.
Success Strategies for Implementing an Inclusive Leadership Model
Ansley A. Booker, Ph.D. | Director of Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives
Inclusive leadership is essential for cultivating an environment that values and respects diverse ideas, thinking, and perspectives in organizations. This session is designed to inspire and challenge individuals, companies, non-profits, corporations, and institutions to review and implement practices, strategies, and policies to strengthen or jumpstart their inclusive leadership model.
Overcoming Imposter Syndrome
Juanita K. Forrester, Ph.D. | Assistant Professor of Management
Mercer University Stetson-Hatcher School of Business
Imposter syndrome is a collection of feelings of inadequacy that persist despite evident success. Learn more about the symptoms of imposter syndrome, how to identify false self-beliefs, and ways to utilize this knowledge to improve your confidence and self-worth as a leader and in the workplace.
View previous Women in Leadership discussions below on topics including negotiation, mindful decision-making for leadership, leading virtual teams, and entrepreneurship.