“Female leaders are found to be higher performing than male leaders; women tend to lead more relationally than men. In high VUCA environments, relationships are critical…
―Robert J. Anderson and William A. Adams, Scaling Leadership
Who am I in this world?
You start your quest for authenticity by examining the world you’ve made for yourself as a leader and step outside of it. In doing so, you begin to develop higher self-awareness and “wake up” your authentic self.
- Develop self-awareness through assessments, one-on-on coaching and introspection.
- Gain emotional intelligence about yourself - understand who you truly are.
- Recognize that you have habitual behavior patterns.
How do I relate to myself and the world?
You experience a breakthrough in what’s holding you back and move to the growth edge. By recognizing and interrupting your habitual responses, you break your old mold and change your mind. You shift your focus from what to do and instead focus on how to be.
- Understand how neuroscience and your identity, attitudes, values, and behaviors impact how you are being.
- Uncover, understand, and address your unconscious biases and lead inclusively.
- Interrupt automatic responses and create space for choice.
How do I nurture connection?
You experience an expanded capacity and toolset to think and act differently - to be different. You learn to lead authentically, help others be all they can be, hold yourself and others accountable and operate inclusively.
- Widen your perspective and challenge your assumptions.
- Develop powerful communication skills to better listen, validate, understand, connect with and persuade others.
- Intentionally develop a personal brand.
How do I influence the world?
You own the newfound ability to imagine and influence the world beyond - an infinite perspective. At work, you create unprecedented impact. You also start to craft your world vision and master the ability to model continuous growth for yourself and those you serve.
- Recognize that your personal transformation will transform your environment.
- Understand your leadership presence, areas of strength, and development.
- Thrive and serve others with a perspective of infinite growth.
A combination of the Leadership Circle Profile™, behavioral assessments, and a range of competence, skill-based and emotional intelligence assessments to develop self-awareness.
The development of a woman leader’s own sponsor/mentor relationship to support career progression.
Accountability partner within the same cohort to practice building competence in establishing and sustaining rapport and to build competence in holding self and others accountable.
Peer learning circles to accelerate learning and develop competence in operating and leading collaboratively.
Self-directed assignments to individualize the leadership development journey and develop an impactful vision for self.
Leadership coach to help co-create a leadership development journey, apply what is learned, and provide accountability to ensure progress.
Available In-person, Hybrid, and Virtual-only
“This program has the ability to change how your company does business and how your leadership works together. The Chrysalis Program® is one of a kind, and not just another leadership training. It had such an amazing impact on the my previous employers leadership, that I brought the program to my next company and I’m seeing the same results. The program is a game changer for organizations and a life changer for leaders. ”
―Charmaine Smith, Chief Human Resources Officer
In developing the Chrysalis ProgramⓇ for Women Leaders with Amy Wolfgang, I saw the need for leadership development training that keeps up with today’s fast-paced and change-filled business environment.
First, my transformation gives me both the knowledge and empathy to guide others through making deep changes. That transformation started when I was an executive myself, and my assistant told me I had left a lot of “damage behind me”.
Those words shook me out of complacency and overconfidence and sent me on a journey of questioning everything about myself and what I was meant to do. In that journey, I experienced countless leadership programs myself — and I learned a lot about what doesn’t work.
I found the answers in the science behind vertical development. Vertical leadership development isn’t about picking up a couple of new skills or competencies. Instead, it’s about expanding your mind and seeing things in a whole new way.
Using the ideas of vertical development, the Chrysalis ProgramⓇ for Women Leaders meets participants where they are and provides the perfect conditions for transformation. Time and again, I see the magic happen when a group or of leaders commits to changing together. They make profound shifts as individuals. But that’s only the beginning. The truly exciting part is how they spread that positive change to so many others.