Dr. Key’s Round Table
Signature Elite Leadership Program for women aspiring into leadership roles and ready to prepare and plan for the next chapter in their careers. This program is application based with only a select few accepted. The small group size maintains the intimacy and quality of the program and participants. This program is offered annually in May for 5 weeks. Each week has a specific targeted focus. The 5 week leadership program includes:
THE 5 WEEK LEADERSHIP PROGRAM INCLUDES:
Each week you complete a guided module that includes activities, readings and a presentation. Each module is completed prior to the weekly huddle.
Each week you meet as a group with Dr. Key via zoom for a one hour huddle to discuss questions that arise out of content and readings for the week. To process information received.
During this time you will identify your leadership style, develop a leadership statement, identify your goals and strategize on how to overcome barriers.
During this program you will have a couple of mastery sessions from industry efforts covering topics related to the inner work of leadership. These classes will address physical, emotional and mental wellness as it relates to leadership.
You will receive Dr. Key’s latest journal for dreamers available on Amazon and a goal planner. Both books are included in the program and will include a personalized message from Dr. Key. Book shipped to your door after you enroll in the program
One-on-One Session with Dr. Key
Dr. Key specializes in helping women overcome imposter syndrome to realize their goals. These hourly sessions are designed to give participants the opportunity to gain direction and mentorship with Dr. Key as needed. This sessions are booked online and participants meet with Dr. Key via zoom.
Exclusive VIP Session
Spend a day with Dr. Key going over your leadership goals. Allow Dr. Key to share her expertise and mentor you through challenges. This 8 hour session can happen via zoom or face to face.
Exactly What I Needed to Hear
"This was very much on-time for me, and is exactly what I needed to hear at this time. You have given me a lot to think about and reflect on."
Great Things to Know
"At first, I used to think that I didn’t need to focus on navigating leadership within a career because I am just not there yet but I am finishing my second year in my doctoral program and I am seeing that it’s never too early to start building these schools. Even now I am being strategic about the tasks I take on and how can I make it work for me. This is a very crucial lesson to learn because even with graduate students we can easily get sucked into doing grunt work and overstressing ourselves feeling the need to prove ourselves. I am starting to understand exactly how important self-care is and it should be at the top of the list. These are great things to know and I plan to utilize what I learned."
"Thank you for sharing your insights and actionable strategies. This was a great motivation and reflection and thoughtful action planning!"
"It was really helpful to think about career ownership and both the systemic and internal barriers. Great advice that I will take with me and into my work."
Shedding Light on Barriers
"Thank you Dr.Key for acknowledging the barriers that we face at the intersection of gender and race that extend beyond with ability, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status etc. Especially you shedding light on barriers that are not external/indirectly external and how they affect us internally and our success. I definitely need to keep the questions in mind during the rough ties in the future in my career and rise beyond the negativity and take ownership of myself and my career just as the legacy of strong women of color who raised me, supported/support me, and I need to pass that on to the next generation."
Reminder of Self-Care
"Thank you for this reminder of self-care, which often finds itself on the back-burner for me. I also appreciate your mention of the fact that the imposter syndrome must be addressed. I think the time we spend feeding ourselves negative narratives, we could just as easily repeat positive mantras or self-affirmations as you mentioned. Lastly, I do recognize my need to take more risks. So, this was all very helpful to hear!"
Candor & Forthrightness
"Thank you for your candor and forthrightness! I appreciated hearing about leadership in this way, as we are too often given vague and generalized info."
"Thank you for all your practical advice, especially around the imposter syndrome, which I through was my own internal dialogue. I had no idea it was a common personal barrier for other women of color. Now that I recognize it as false, I will remind myself of that fact to prevent self-sabotage in work environments."
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