Join us for this virtual session presented by Women Leaders Performance Institute. Patti Phillips, CEO, Women Leaders in College Sports will be discussing perfecting the art of managing up, building relationships and adding value to your organization. Participants will receive high level coaching on the keys to managing up to add value to their leaders and broader organization.
- What “managing up” is and why it’s important
- The importance of emotional intelligence to leading up
- High performance communication habits
- Action items to add value to your team and leader
Collegiate and Professional Sports Dietitians Association (Accredited Provider CP294) is approved by the Commission on Dietetic Registration to provide continuing education to Registered Dietitians. This program is eligible for 1.0 CPEU.
Participants can provide feedback on the quality of the session content directly to CDR by contacting [email protected].
CEO, Women Leaders in College Sports
Patti is a sports executive, speaker, and an industry leader on women’s career advancement. She has worked in the sports industry in various capacities for over 30 years, first as a collegiate
volleyball and basketball coach, then at the NCAA, the Kansas City Sport Commission leading WIN for KC, and for the last 10 years at Women Leaders in College Sports. She has dedicated her career to coaching, mentoring, and inspiring women at all levels, in all industries.
As the CEO of Women Leaders in College Sports—the nation’s premier organization that develops,
connects, and advances women working in collegiate athletics— she uses keen insights she’s gathered from her relationships with search firms, hiring committees, and university presidents to coach women and help them grow in their careers. Under Phillips’ direction, the association puts on best in class leadership events and programs that serve as a catalyst for career growth and advancement for the women involved. In her time as CEO, the association has seen triple-digit growth in membership, has grown the National Convention attendance by 250%, and expanded its membership to include men and women from professional sports leagues and corporations.
Phillips also created and leads the Women Leaders Performance Institute, a leadership development program for all business industries, designed through the lens of sports. The Performance Institute ignites and cultivates the potential in individuals, leaders and teams through customized coaching and training in order to achieve peak performance. Because Women Leaders has established itself as the premier leadership organization in the industry, Patti is a sought-after speaker by corporations all over the country on topics such as leadership, teamwork and culture.
Phillips does not have any conflict of interest or any disclosures to report.