ALEXANDRIA, Va.—The NACS Women’s Leadership Program gives female convenience leaders the opportunity to hone their strategic thinking and decision making while improving their executive presence. “I thoroughly enjoyed the content and atmosphere of the program. I’m going to share my experience with several women back at the office who would get a lot out of it too. Thanks for recognizing the need and developing such an amazing curriculum,” said previous attendee Amanda Flowers, fuel accounting manager at Wallis Co.
This year’s program runs October 25-30 at the Yale School of Management on the campus of Yale University in New Haven, Conn. The NACS Women’s Leadership Program is endowed by Altria.
The program will help women:
- Develop critical top team leadership skills
- Refine strategic perspective and decision making
- Understand and hone leadership style through feedback assessments
- Improve executive presence and leverage diversity to accelerate innovation
- Practice emotionally intelligent leadership
“Thank you for being a champion for women’s leadership and for developing such an incredible opportunity for the female leaders in our industry,” said Michele Koch, vice president of marketing at GreenPrint Corp. “The ability to dive deep into transformational concepts like authenticity, emotional intelligence, healthy conflict and skillful negotiation will enable us to positively impact and strengthen our organizations. Above all, the bonds created with other industry leaders will bring continued learning, collaboration and innovation for many years to come.”
Learn more about the Women’s Leadership Program here, as well as find up-to-the minute information about how COVID-19 is impacting the NACS Executive Education sessions.