Roundtable discussions on organizational dynamics that affect both women and men.
Women, Leadership & Ethics is a dynamic program hosted by Caltha Seymour of the Priority Thinking and EthicsPoll™ team. Caltha facilitates roundtable discussions centered on women and ethics in any organization. Her energy and insight promote thoughtful dialogue and debate on issues that affect women and men in the modern workplace.
- Leave participants with ethical frameworks to move their workplaces and organizations forward.
- Help women discern what is right for them in their workplace.
- How do men and women in management differ in moral reasoning and ethical decision-making?
- Join us as we discuss the barriers, empowerment, development, and advancement of working women!
Audience and Duration
The concepts and deliverables from this program are intended for frontline employees, supervisors, managers, and senior executives.
This program is offered in 1, 2 and 4 hour modules.
Includes the Following
- Pre-Training Survey
- Pre-Training Reading
- Participant Workbook
- Interactive Polling
- Remote Participants
- Video Vignettes
- Custom Scenarios
- Post-Training Tools
About the Instructor
Caltha Seymour is an ethics education associate, specializing in corporate culture and collegiate athletics programs for Priority Thinking®. She facilitates the Women, Leadership & Ethics program. Originally from Canada, Caltha is currently a Program Manager for a Fortune 500 company, a former associate athletics director, leading and managing academic operations for 3 NCAA Division I institutions of higher education, including cadet-athletes at the United States Military Academy–West Point. Prior to collegiate athletics, she consulted for the National Football League and National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame, Inc. Caltha earned her Global MBA in International Business from Tulane University with experiences in Asia, Europe and Latin America. She is a former elite track and field athlete, classically trained pianist, with French as a second language, and currently serves on the AthLife Foundation Board of Directors.