Women, Leadership & Ethics℠

//Women, Leadership & Ethics℠
Women, Leadership & Ethics℠ 2017-07-14T19:12:31+00:00

Roundtable discussions on organizational dynamics that affect both women and men.

Program Overview

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.

Key Objectives

  • Leave participants with ethical frameworks to move their workplaces and organizations forward

  • Help women discern what is right for them in their workplace

Key Concepts

  • 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 a Program Manager at Eaton-VGNA and a member of the Board of Directors for the AthLife Foundation, Inc. She also serves as an Ethics Education Associate, specializing in collegiate athletic programs for Priority Thinking®. Originally from Canada, Caltha is the former Director of Academic Operations for the Army football, track and field, and women’s soccer programs at West Point. She created a unique academic support program for the cadet-athletes and raised the academic profile of all three programs significantly. Caltha is an education and athletic coach who mentored cadet-athletes at West Point in three pillars: Military, Physical, and Academic. In 2010, she successfully initiated the first Student-Athlete Enhancement Program for facilitating academic success with at-risk students.

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