Develop higher levels of self-efficacy as a female leader in a senior management role by finding your authentic voice.
The real challenges of gender equality can neither be addressed by simply making an economic investment in women's development nor filling stipulated quotas. According to Shireen Chengadu, lead faculty on this programme "Truly inclusive and transformational workplaces will be realised when leaders become personally involved. The times in which we live and work are full of disruption and complexity with leadership at a crossroads. Women are well poised to use their voices to realise their full potential as leaders in business and in society."
This programme is for women who are ready to undertake a significant process to improve their efficacy as authentic and effective leaders. The focus is on the development of practical tools that delegates can apply in real-time and with the support of a tailored peer group and certified executive coach.
Delegates will take part in four session types:
Leadership Skills Sessions
Workshops with a focus on resilience, being heard, authenticity, managing your personal brand and coaching for high-performance.
Small Group Coaching Sessions
Peer-mentor groups are paired with an executive coach to provide real-time support for leadership development goals.
Leadership Assessment and Feedback
Feedback from multiple sources to inform personalised continued development for each delegate.
These sessions explore the theoretical underpinnings and empirical data that drive the business imperative of gender diversity.
Leading Women 2018 Dates
11 April 2018
16, 17 April 2018
18 April 2018
30 May 2018
27 June 2018
25 July 2018
22 August 2018
19 September 2018
24 October 2018
31 October 2018
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