The Jane Group workshops prepare women to gracefully yet relentlessly lead change for themselves, their organizations, communities, colleagues, daughters, sons, and grandchildren.


Some of our workshops

Master the Art of
Self-Promotion

Despite what our moms told us, talking about our accomplishments isn’t rude; it’s smart. Learn how to make talking about what you know and what you’ve done is a good thing for yourself and your career.

Use the Power of Three

Women’s voices aren’t heard—both literally and figuratively—in mixed sex groups. Learn how to circumvent this barrier by putting the power of three to work in amplifying your voice and those of other women, too.

Trade Caution
for Confidence

Women are regularly thwarted by the masculine-oriented leadership status quo, which leads to an abundance of caution. Learn how to discern caution from confidence and stop beating yourself up.


 

Get Right with Power

Power doesn’t have to be something bad that happens to you. Power is a force for good when used as the capacity to change “what is” to “what can be.” Learn three things to do to put positive power to work for you.

Communicate with Impact

Speaking broadly, men communicate to give advice, women to establish rapport. Learn how to stop undermining your impact and credibility by communicating in gender-smart ways.

Channel the Voices
of the Inner Critic

Psychologists say most of us have an inner critic, a voice that renders us less effective than what we can be. Learn how to stop beating yourself up with the “not enough” and “should have done that” gremlin.

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“If we are to achieve a richer culture, rich in contrasting values, we must recognize the whole gamut of human potentialities, and so weave a less arbitrary social fabric, one in which each diverse gift will find a fitting place.”

~ Margaret Mead, anthropologist

“Leadership is the wise use of power. Power is the capacity to translate intention into reality and sustain it.”

~ Warren Bennis, leadership author and scholar

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