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Increase your Influence and Impact 

Despite numerous reports and surveys indicating that broader diversity in organisations increases performance, the number of women in key leadership roles remains relatively low.

Today’s female executive needs to be equipped with the right skills to lead her organisation through periods of change and disruption. Together with an accomplished group of business women, you will learn the latest themes in development and leadership. 

Ultimately, you will be better placed to contribute to your organisation’s success. Using a combination of latest thinking in psychology and neuroscience, The course addresses leadership issues that affect all female executives, in a forum that hones in on the unique challenges women encounter. It creates a network of today’s senior women leaders, empowering them to take hold of their career and aim for the top.

Over three modules, participants learn tried and tested techniques to overcome the unique challenges faced by female leaders, and develop a better understanding of their leadership style to carry out and lead change effectively within their business. Participants will experience a real mindset shift and leave with tools to lead with confidence, clarity and courage. A series of guest speakers will help bring modules to life by sharing their front-line organisational experiences. 

Executive women rarely have the opportunity to meet together and discuss issues pertinent to them with an auspicious group of like-minded peers. This programme presents an overdue opportunity to fill the gap. 

 

Contact us on
0330  100 0809

Upcoming Courses dates


11th - 13th September 2019
6th - 8th November 2019
22nd - 24th April 2020

To book your place call us on

0330 100 0809

 
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There is no magic about getting a good gender balance – just dogged repetition of what a high priority it is and a determination to seek out strong women candidates who could hold their own against any competition.
— Sir Nicholas Montague Chair of Council, Queen Mary University of London
 

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