The University of Arkansas Global Campus and Inseitz Group recently announced that they will continue their partnership on the Women’s Personal Leadership Effectiveness Program in spring 2017, as the fall 2016 session nears its close on Nov. 30.
“I look forward to equally amazing results
with the next group,” Rose Mary Pham, a certified Personal Leadership
Effectiveness trainer who works with the program, said. “The leadership presented
throughout the program will resonate with each participant, and she will
strengthen her ability to significantly contribute to an organization, team or
The 11-week program is open to women who
have been employed for at least three years and have served in a management or
supervisory position for at least one year -- or who have overseen a project or
Participants alternate between online independent study and in-class
meetings, where they hear from guest speakers.
“I have enjoyed hearing every single
speaker,” Kristol Gano, participant in the fall 2016 session, said. “With the
coursework and the in-person classes, my mission is becoming clearer and
clearer. I am excited about having gone through this process to come out of it
with such a defined set of goals and values that I can look to and be more
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