Women Transforming Leadership
Who takes part?
As someone considering this programme, you will have a minimum of 5 years leadership experience and will be responsible for leading others and making important strategic decisions. As a middle-senior manager or executive, you may be moving through the organisation or welcome an opportunity to re-examine your leadership reach. On this programme you will be part of an international peer-group of participants working in a wide range of sectors from many regions across the world.
We particularly encourage women from male-dominated industries and teams to join the programme. You should expect a full-on week with a wonderful combination of energy and conversations. We ask that you come with an open mind and a willingness to share experiences – including the difficult ones, and the preparation to experiment and try things out in a safe space.
The Women Transforming Leadership Programme has been designed to equip women with the career strategies and self-awareness that allow them to reach the highest levels within their organisation.
Previous participants have held the following positions:
Ambassador, Associate Professor, Chief Executive Officer, Commercial Marketing Manager EMEA, Commissioner, Dean of Professional Higher Education, Director, General Manager – HR, Head of Cardiology, Head of Internal Communications, Honourable Member, Lecturer, Medical Director, Member of the Executive Board, Partner, President, Senator, Senior Scientist, Senior Technical Safety Engineer, Vice President Human Resources, to name a few.
And have represented organisations including:
Accenture, Anand Automotives Ltd, Bertelsmann, Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, European Commission, EY, Gold Fields, Google, IDEXX Laboratories, International Labour Organisation, James Cook University, KPMG, Lassonde School of Engineering, Ministry of Finance Indonesia, New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Mondelez, Oxfordshire County Council, Pfizer, Public Works Department Malaysia, Royal Albert Hall, Royal Bank of Scotland, Swarovski, Symantec, UNDP, UN Women, University of Dar es Salaam, Virenze, Welsh Government - to name a few.