The psychology of leadership, work-life balance and the ways leadership styles may vary between women and men are among the topics at the Nebraska Women in Higher Education Leadership conference Sept. 14 at Bellevue University.
The conference includes a keynote speech by Diana Cordova Ph.D., of the American Council on Education, two breakout sessions and a luncheon address by Lyn Ziegenbein, executive director of the Peter Kiewit foundation.
Cordova will present "Moving the Needle: The Demographics of the Higher Education Leadership Pipeline." Breakout session topics include "Woman Leader, Manage Thyself!" "Technology and Leadership," "The New Normal: Work-Life Balance," "Emotional Intelligence and Leadership" and "Women's Ways of Leading: Observations of Recent Research."
To attend the conference or learn more information, contact Doane's institutional representative Wilma Jackson at email@example.com.
The registration deadline is Sept. 5.