USJ’s Women’s Leadership Center Announces Innovative Leadership in a Changing Workplace Series

The Women’s Leadership Center (WLC) at the University of Saint Joseph was founded in 2016 to celebrate the legacy of women leaders throughout the University’s history. Its current mission is​to develop and inspire effective women leaders across the state of Connecticut. 

As we emerge from the worldwide pandemic, we acknowledge that the nature of work has changed. We are pleased to launch the WLC 2022-2023 series, Innovative Leadership in a Changing Workplace in response to this dynamic employment landscape. This series, sponsored by The Hartford, will focus on evolving work decisions faced by leaders across all industries regarding remote and in-person work. The following programs are open to all:

• Identifying Talent and Finding the Right Fit for Remote Work – Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2022

• Team Leadership in a Remote Workplace – Wednesday, Feb. 15, 2023

• Professional Growth and Networking in a Virtual World – Wednesday, April 19, 2023

“This series was created for leaders throughout Greater Hartford as they tackle new developments in the workforce, including remote-only employees, in-person and virtual teams, and effective networking across their fields,” according to WLC Executive Director Melanie Sinche.

For more information and to register for these programs, please visit www.usj.edu/wlc.

To learn about future programming and the activities of the WLC, join our mailing list by emailing [email protected].