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Women in Leadership Seminar Series to unlock the keys to high performance, Feb. 23

Headshot of Taylor Harrell, PhD. She's wearing a black shirt, and is pictured outside. (Courtesy photo)
Taylor Harrell, PhD. (Courtesy photo)

The UTHealth Houston community is invited to learn about components of high performers as part of the Women in Leadership seminar series from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 23, via Zoom.

Taylor Harrell, PhD, will present “The Key Ingredients to High Performance.” Register for to attend the virtual seminar online.

Harrell is an award-winning researcher, consultant, and coach in organizational leadership with over a decade of experience delivering high-impact leadership development programs across the globe.

She is an expert on psychological safety, high-performance teams, and organizational transformation, as well as a certified master trainer in the Fearless Organization Scan, the gold-standard psychological safety assessment, and she is part of the founding team that launched psychological safety assessment certification programs across North America.

Taylor has trained leaders from multinational corporations, government agencies, health care, university departments, and nonprofit organizations. She serves as faculty at Center for Creative Leadership and teaches courses at the University of San Diego in the Department of Leadership Studies and the Institute of Peace and Justice.

She holds a doctorate degree in organizational leadership and a master’s degree in marriage and family therapy.

The Women in Leadership Series, now in its seventh year, is sponsored by university administration through Human Resources Organizational and Talent Development in collaboration with the Office of Faculty Affairs and Development.

The series creates an environment for employees to learn about the experiences, challenges, and achievements of women in leadership. Open to all UTHealth Houston faculty, staff, and students of any gender, participants gain leadership insights and techniques while also connecting with colleagues from across the institution.

For additional information, visit Questions can be directed to or 713-500-3169.

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