Masterminds: Managing at Work
Sometimes managing others is a beautiful experience and you know you had a hand in someone’s success. Other times, it’s not so much fun.
This new SheHive MasterMind group is dedicated to women who manage others and want coaching on new or different ways to handle day-to-day challenges at work. Join women who have lived through your situation, have ideas and experiences to share, and who are interested in how your experiences will help them. We’ll use a format that is based on sharing, listening, receiving feedback and planning for action.
Members will decide on priority topics in the first session.
This six-part series meets every-other-Wednesday, March 20th through May 29th. Single session drop-ins are welcome, though participation in the full series is highly-encouraged as a means to build group trust and effectiveness.
About the Facilitators
SheHive KeyHolder, Pam Hansen, and SheHive Founder, Ursula Adams, are both Organizational Development consultants whose work has included complex culture change initiatives for clients in automotive IT, healthcare, nonprofit and financial services technology. They separately both manage successful coaching practices dedicated to helping clients deepen their self-awareness, build their strengths and practice strategies to grow as effective leaders.
Pam has a MS in Organization Development from Pepperdine University and an MBA from the University of St Thomas in St Paul, Minnesota. She is the President of the Franklin Village Council, a member of the Michigan Council of Women in Technology (MCWT) and a member of the Women Officials Network Board.
Ursula holds a MSc in Positive Organizational Development and Change, as well as certificates in Executive Coaching and Emotionally Intelligent Leadership from Case Western Reserve University’s Weatherhead School of Management.