Leadership Power for Women


TBD/Late Spring

Terry Executive Education Center
3475 Lenox Road, Atlanta, GA 30326


*Registration Opening Soon


Using data from leadership research, mainstream media and evidence-based results from coaching over 900 women, Jodie Charlop and Gene Gallivan lead a program that puts the obstacles on the table so women can design a more conscious and powerful path to leadership. Through assessment, interactive lecture, coaching and peer dialog, this program empowers women to change their personal script about leadership to unleash their greater potential – and ensure organizations are not deprived of the value of exceptional female talent.

Who Will Benefit

Emerging leaders and women in early or middle management roles that have a desire to pursue next step leadership opportunities.


Jodie Charlop, NCC, CMC

Jodie Charlop, NCC, RCC, CMC is an executive coach with 25 years of experience in corporate and professional service settings combined with advanced study in psychology, education and human behavior and a Strategic Partner to the University of Georgia, Terry College of Business Executive Programs.  

Her experience spans Fortune 500, high-growth companies and pre-IPO start up ventures in Atlanta and Silicon Valley. Jodie works with both executives and emerging leaders, and especially enjoys working with new leaders who want to effectively transform from producer to leader. She takes a whole-brain approach to expanding leadership agility which combines thinking styles plus emotional intelligence.

Jodie also brings deep insight and understanding of the complexity of power and politics in the workplace – especially for women. Jodie coaches and speaks on key leadership topics including Emotional Intelligence, Conflict Management, Work and Leadership Styles, Power, Politics and Relationship Capital, and Strategic Partnerships. 
Jodie Charlop, NCC, CMC
Founding Partner Exceleration Partners

Jodie challenges women to get out of the production trap of work, seize control of their lives and build a healthy relationship with power and influence. Jodie speaks regularly on topics of emotional intelligence, executive effectiveness, career strategy, leadership development, and power and influence.

Gene Gallivan, MS, PCC, CMC
Founder, Leadership Center East

Gene's expertise includes extensive human resource, organizational development, and executive development experience as both a human resources professional within the Fortune 200, and as an external consultant/coach to organizations.