Experts in Change Adoption and Training
Duration Half a day – 2 days
Leadership Development Training for women is an important part of helping to develop and empower female leaders. It’s a proven scientific fact that women’s brains are wired differently from men’s, and for too long, women who want to reach the top have felt compelled to adopt male styles of leadership, often to their detriment.
Although much ground has been covered around establishing gender equality in management and leadership, much evolution and progress are yet to be realised.
Still, women find that there are fewer female role models throughout their careers and even fewer who know how to lead as women, harnessing the feminine ways of leadership, which are still not common knowledge.
This course also takes into consideration the fact that many female leaders juggle vast responsibilities in the workplace, and in their personal lives too, and often feel conflicted. The workshop will not only provide keys to succeed within leadership and management as women but strategies to tap into their greatest potential as leaders.
Glass Rocks Female Leadership Development training is for anyone within the organisation, especially women in management and leadership. This training can be customised by Glass Rock for your group of attendees.
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