Now Introducing: Women's Emergent Leadership

Posted by Sandy Lashin-Curewitz | September 23, 2015

Are you the type to take on more tasks voluntarily? Do you step up to help others complete their projects? Do you strive for cooperation and collaboration in the workplace? As of late, companies are focused on hiring individuals that can bring this kind of emergent leadership into their organizations. Are you prepared?


Through the Women's Emergent Leadership Institute (WELI) at Becker College, students will work to develop emergent leadership qualities—those that are essential for building strong teams and creating effective change. Whether you aspire to be in a leadership role, or want to develop your current leadership style, the WELI certificate program:

  • is held one Saturday per month from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.,
  • can be completed for six (6) credits, or as a non-credit program,
  • includes readings and discussions, guest speakers, and a TED Talks Playlist, and
  • ends with a final leadership project, which integrates theory and practice.

In alignment with Becker College's commitment to global citizenship, the WELI certificate program will benefit all women who want to bring effective and transformational change through academic excellence, social responsibility, and creative expression.

To learn more about WELI or our other accelerated programs, contact

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