Carnegie Mellon University

Women's Leadership Series

Join Carnegie Mellon Executive Education for a free series of webinars aimed toward women's leadership.

Carnegie Mellon has a unique position in women's leadership curriculum to provide content that matters to women executives in corporate and non-profits across industries. Women leaders in corporate, public sector, entrepreneurial, academic or non-profit environments, and human resources and learning and development partners should plan to attend.

Upcoming Webinars

Dec. 10 | Fully Human

Join Carnegie Mellon Executive Education for an exclusive conversation with author, speaker, and executive Susan Packard to unpack the next chapter in emotional intelligence. Packard is an entrepreneur who, along with many talented people, created popular television channels such as CNBC, HGTV, and Food Network. During this session and Q&A, we will understand how to be “Fully Human” – increasing your personal satisfaction and productivity in work and life via a three-step path called EQ Fitness.

Packard’s latest book, “Fully Human” tackles unconventional topics:

  • How workaholism keeps us emotionally adolescent.
  • How forgiveness belongs in the workplace.
  • The simple gestures of gratitude, which impact scores of people every day.
  • A new process to dispel unproductive emotions (and doesn’t cost a dime)

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Past Webinars

Unapologetically Ambitious | Shellye Archambeau

Shellye is one of Silicon Valley's first female African American CEOs and currently serves as a Fortune 500 board member, holding board seats at Verizon, Nordstrom, Roper Technologies, and Okta. Her debut book, "Unapologetically Ambitious: Take Risks, Break Barriers, and Create Success on Your Own Terms," offers a blueprint for how to achieve your personal and professional goals. 

Additional Women's Leadership Offerings

Executive Education at Carnegie Mellon further supports women in reaching their career goals through the open enrollment program, Leadership and Negotiation Academy for Women. 

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