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Authentic Leadership: Leading With Strength

9:30 AM - 1:30 PM
Online - Virtual Meetings

Designed for high-performing, high potential women at any level - this foundational course equips attendees with the tools to capitalize on intrinsic strengths utilizing their own CliftonStrengths.  Instruction digs deeper into the superpower of individual strengths in both the balcony and the basement of human interaction. Program content focuses on clarity of purpose based on personal strengths, collaborative leadership and management of innate strengths and intuitive energy.  It unleashes the power that lies within when infused with a personal plan and intentional direction for a career or business by unpacking strength themes along with group participants.

The five hour - six session experience advances one’s personal network significantly as attendees learn with other trusted professionals and meet accomplished women throughout the greater Akron region who share their personal leadership journeys.

The six courses will be held on each of the following dates from 9:30 am - 1:30 pm:
March 16
March 30
April 13           
April 27
May 11
May 25

C:\Users\Biggs\Pictures\Cindy Biggs 2, 2016.jpgSessions will be faciliated by Dr. Jennifer Savitski.  Jennifer Savitski, MD, FACOG, the Chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Cleveland Clinic Akron General and is the instructor for the Leading with Strengths fall cohort. She is the first woman to hold that position in the 105-year history of Akron General. She is also the Medical Director of the Forensic Nursing program called the PATH Center – Providing Access to Healing. The PATH Center provides specialized, trauma-informed care to patients of CCAG who have needs related to victimization. Since its opening in Nov 2015, the PATH Center has cared for over 1000 patients who have experienced sexual violence, physical assault, intimate partner violence, human trafficking, elder abuse, child abuse or other types of victimization. She was also recently named by Gov. Mike DeWine to a two-year term on the Ohio Commission on Minority Health. Her goal in joining the commission is to continue to work to decrease the health disparities that persist in all areas, but most especially maternal health issues. 

Dr. Savitski graduated from the University of Akron and received her medical degree from East Tennessee State University, Quillen College of Medicine. She completed her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Akron General Medical Center. She is a proud resident of West Akron where she lives with her husband and three teenage daughters. 

Please note registration is for all six sessions online.

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