Women Leadership Programmes

W2O delivers Women Leadership Programmes with the emphasis on showing women the value of difference. This is an approach that is based on positive psychology, which is based on the premise that working on strengths is much more effective than working on deficits.

You can find a sample 1-day programme below. In 2-5 day programmes it is possible to select from a wider range of topics such as:

  • Networking for Women
  • Building your Profile
  • Delegating with Confidence
  • Career Vision and Planning
  • Work Life Balance
  • Personal Development using MBTI® – Myers Briggs Type Indicator
  • Personal Leadership Style
  • Team Dynamics
  • Team Leadership

Sample Women Leadership Programme – 1 day training

Title: Be Gender Smart – The Key to Career Success for Women

It’s a fact that gender balanced teams are more effective. Many organisations know this and are keen to encourage and promote women. This programme shows women how they can make the most of their unique value, and ensure their strengths are recognised, applied and reinforced in organisations.

Participants will learn to

  • Play to their strengths
  • Speak up about their contribution
  • Speak up so they can be heard

Benefits for Participants

  • Get a clear picture of the unique value they bring to their organisation and team
  • Feel confident and comfortable to take on the next role, or feel more engaged in their current one
  • Take away actions that can help right away to drive their personal strength

Benefits for the Organisation

  • Women are empowered to contribute fully
  • Improved decision making
  • Increased retention and attainment

To discuss your requirements on women leadership programme, please find my contact details here . Contact me today, and we can set something up that works for the women in your company.

Find out more about how we work and other programmes.

 

Testimonials for Women Leadership Programmes

“Inge Woudstra defined and hosted a workshop session at our Connecting Women in Technology event – You PLC. Inge’s workshop session entitled Be Gender Smart, focused on diversity in the workplace, how to recognise it and how to manage it to your best advantage.

Inge put in considerable effort to the event and delivered a thoroughly professional, thought provocative and stimulating session. The workshop was repeated twice during the afternoon and both slots overran due to numerous questions and interesting debate generated by the participants. I would thoroughly recommend Inge as a speaker or facilitator at any workshop related to gender and diversity.”

Nina Wilson, Director Client Service, Avaya

“Great session at the recent Connecting Women in Technology event (which I lead for IBM, along with 7 other tech companies). The information and activities provided in Inga’s session were insightful and helpful in guiding you to understand “You” better, for your career development.”

Liz Henderson, Data Director, IBM

“Inge is a very engaging speaker and I found the session full of what I call “ah ha” moments.  What I really enjoyed was how this was kept very positive – focussed on the benefits of recognising and understanding the differences.” – Female participant in financial services, London

“Inge delivered a very insightful and powerful session. The views and topics discussed were backed up with factual research which really resounded with our group. Those who attended walked away with a renewed perspective on how to utilize the differences between men and women in the workplace, as well as a deeper appreciation for the opinions and reactions of those they work with.” – Stacy Smolinski, Lead in Women’s Network at Shell – Aberdeen

 “Inge manages to open up a balanced discussion on a topic where people could get quite defensive. Other people’s experiences made me re-think my own management approach. I would like to know more!” – Jo Ann Hughes, Equality & Diversity Manager, NHS UK

“I would like to thank you very much for the benefit of the course you gave us. I benefit from your course a lot. I notice the difference. I speak up more for my ideas, and say more often what I think. I am happy you told us about the gender differences, which I can notice at work. I am proud of myself.”  – Senior Executive in Accounting, Sohar Aluminium, Oman

“The emphasis you put on the ‘value’ of gender differences, plus the way you approached the topic were exemplary to me, especially that your voice is coming from the West which has been pounding us here in the East with the notions of gender equality for years, which we instinctively disbelieved in. “ – Senior manager, PDO, Oman