Professional Leadership Program for Women

Empowering mid-level leaders to take their leadership skills to the next level and become more influential in the workplace.

TU’s Professional Leadership Program for Women is a trusted resource, used by many of Greater Baltimore’s leading organizations to develop rising female leaders. Our program attracts women from across industry, government, and nonprofit sectors serving in a wide array of capacities within their organizations.

Our program runs January through May and is divided into eight, full-day sessions. Over four months, participants gain new insights, added self-confidence, and the capacity to immediately impact their organizations and communities in powerful, positive ways.

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Is our program the right fit for you?

Do you want to . . .

  • develop your strengths and learn to leverage them in your professional life?
  • master skills in communication, negotiation, management, networking and personal branding?
  • navigate your organization’s culture with more confidence and affect change?
  • gain guidance on workplace situations through one-on-one executive coaching?
  • foster life-long relationships with inspiring women from diverse backgrounds and business sectors?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, our program may be the right fit for you.

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Applications for the next cohort are open and due in mid-November. Learn more about the application process.

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Join a thriving network of dynamic women from Greater Baltimore who have already discovered their leadership style.

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