JOHANNESBURG: 03 MARCH 2020
Women as Leaders
Further build your leadership and management competencies to thrive in a world of gender equity challenges.
Leadership: Does gender matter? Gender shouldn’t matter, but in reality only 5% of CEOs in Africa are women (McKinsey & Company Women Matter Africa Report, 2016).
Although there has been progress in empowering female leaders in the workplace, gender equality challenges still plague organisations.
As a dynamic female leader, gain the practical tools and knowledge to overcome these challenges and achieve personal effectiveness through enhanced leadership and management skills, to thrive in a world of gender equality challenges.
This programme also provides an opportunity to exchange views and network with women leaders from diverse sectors of government, business and society.
"[I am] privileged to have been a part of this phenomenal course." - Women as Leaders delegate, July 2018.
Who should attend?
Women leaders in middle to senior management positions from all sectors with management and decision-making responsibilities. Women who aspirations to lead with significance and to unlock their potential by connecting the dots between personal, professional and national priorities.
How you will benefit:
This programme will provide you with cutting-edge knowledge and practical skills to:
- By embarking on this leadership journey, you will benefit by being in a room of diverse, intelligent individuals who are determined to break stereotypes, to have their voices heard, to ask incisive questions and become solution minded.
- Understanding the VUCA world, 4th Industrial Revolution and relevant leadership;
- Owning your ambitions and embracing personal strategies to unlock your full potential;
- Conscious and unconscious biases and how to navigate them;
- Forming the #Tribe of support (men and women); and
- Leading yourself and others with authenticity by becoming and belonging.
Key focus areas:
- Macro, meso, micro and past, present and future perspectives of gender equality;
- Ethics of leadership in globalisation 4.0;
- Local and global contexts, statistics, trends, research findings and identifying with local and global movements;
- Seeking the opportunities despite the barriers;
- Building trust through effective communication;
- Engagements with industry experts and women who have defied the stereotypes; and
- Holistic wellness to achieve the 2030 SDG gender equality goal.
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