Annual Women's Leadership Conference
HIGHER Ground Women’s Leadership Conference
Friday, January 25, 2013
500 East Broad Street
Destination Higher Ground
Your Guide to Excellence in Leadership
Join women from across the state as they courageously embark on this one-day journey toward HIGHER Ground. This year’s conference will provide you with a first class opportunity to acquire new skills and creative tools. Guided by The Grace E. Harris Leadership Institute, with presentations from regionally and nationally known workshop leaders, participants will explore the latest and innovative practices in leadership excellence. Whether this is the first step on your leadership journey or a return visit, you are sure
to reach new heights in both your
personal and professional lives.
The Annual HIGHER Ground Women's Leadership Conference provides high-quality education and networking opportunities for women. Our one day, multiple track format offers a self-directed, facilitated learning environment with education sessions and interactive forums. Continuing Education Units (CEU) are available for full participation in this event. Participants from across the commonwealth will take part in morning
concurrent sessions, followed by a keynote
address at lunch and concurrent workshops
in the afternoon. The conference is brought
to a close with an hour-long networking event.
What women are saying about the
2012 HIGHER Ground Women's Leadership Conference
"The speakers were excellent! I really enjoyed the network socializing, meeting new people and sharing information."
"Very positive and affirming. The conference provided me with an opportunity to meet people outside of my professional Network."
"The diversity of topics was fantastic. WOW! I actually learned things that I know I will use."
"Informative. Motivational. Well organized and conducted."
"Inspiring! It got me to thinking that even though I'm not in charge, I am a leader."
"The day was filled with women lifting up other women, encouraging other women, and bonding with other women."
"It was very uplifiting and positive. It made you glad."
"The workshops offered valuable information and new ways to explore self awareness."