Upcoming Sessions

06-10 May 2024Istanbul - Turkey$5,950
21-25 Oct 2024Dubai - UAE$5,950

Training Course Overview

Despite all the evidence that organisations with a balance of females in the C suite are more successful and are considered to be better environments to work in, there is still a disproportionate balance between men and women at the top of organisations.

Often, it is a question of culture and custom and practice – men are ‘natural’ leaders and women are naturally ‘supporters’ – a myth that needs dispelling. A balance of a male approach and a female approach ensures that an organisation will prosper and that the organisational strategy reflects benefits to both the stakeholders and society as a whole. This intensive Anderson training course will equip women with the skills and confidence to succeed.

Training Course Objectives

By attending this Anderson training course, delegates will be able to:

  • Creating a work environment that works for everyone
  • Understand leadership as a woman in the new leadership landscape
  • Identify their aspirations and values as a leader
  • Employ networking in organisations to enhance reputation and skills
  • Increase their personal presence
  • Create and maintain resilience and well-being as a female leader

Designed For

This Anderson training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit women who are:

  • Mid managers from any sector who aspire to lead in senior management positions
  • Women on fast track and graduate schemes
  • Senior HR professionals responsible for talent and management development
  • HR Professionals responsible for diversity and inclusion
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Training Course Overview

Despite all the evidence that organisations with a balance of females in the C suite are more successful and are considered to be better environments to work in, there is still a disproportionate balance between men and women at the top of organisations.

Often, it is a question of culture and custom and practice – men are ‘natural’ leaders and women are naturally ‘supporters’ – a myth that needs dispelling. A balance of a male approach and a female approach ensures that an organisation will prosper and that the organisational strategy reflects benefits to both the stakeholders and society as a whole. This intensive Anderson training course will equip women with the skills and confidence to succeed.

Training Course Objectives

By attending this Anderson training course, delegates will be able to:

  • Creating a work environment that works for everyone
  • Understand leadership as a woman in the new leadership landscape
  • Identify their aspirations and values as a leader
  • Employ networking in organisations to enhance reputation and skills
  • Increase their personal presence
  • Create and maintain resilience and well-being as a female leader

Designed For

This Anderson training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit women who are:

  • Mid managers from any sector who aspire to lead in senior management positions
  • Women on fast track and graduate schemes
  • Senior HR professionals responsible for talent and management development
  • HR Professionals responsible for diversity and inclusion

Day One: Overview of Current Leadership

  • Definition of a leader
  • How is a leader is different from a manager
  • What are the critical competencies, skills and abilities/attitudes needed for the future successes?
  • What are the characteristics and behaviours of effective leaders?
  • Why more women leaders are critical for an organisation’s success
  • Are women leaders really different from their male counterparts

Day Two: Effective Leadership Communication

  • Effective and productive communication tactics in a range of contexts
  • The importance of story-telling to enlist supporters and facilitate decision-making
  • Strategies and techniques for being heard in challenging situations.
  • Specific approaches for overcoming conflict situations
  • Managing negotiations
  • Advanced Presentation Skills

Day Three: Identifying & Developing Your Leadership Style

  • SWOT analysis of own abilities
  • A comprehensive assessment and feedback
  • Personal motivations, values, and strengths
  • How others perceive women leaders in the workplace
  • Effective strategies to improve  performance and other’s perceptions
  • How to gain a deeper understanding self and interaction with others
  • How self- awareness helps a leader

Day Four: Developing Strategy

  • Recognizing the importance of networking and how to set up a network
  • Coaching and Mentoring – how can they help?
  • What are the strengths and opportunities that can be leveraged?
  • What are the obstacles and threats that have to be mitigated?
  • Getting the people strategy right
  • Critical thinking and analytics

Day Five: New Strategies and Driving Change

  • Evaluating formal and informal networks to identify network strength and supporting individuals
  • Envisioning new strategies for driving change in the organisation
  • Visioning skills required to identify opportunities and alert others to new possibilities
  • Assessing taking risks
  • Adopting a new framework for thinking about risk, uncertainty, and failure
  • Advancing women’s leadership in the workplace and develop strategies to make that happen

The Certificate

    Anderson Certificate of Completion will be provided to delegates who attend and complete the course

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Call us: +971 4 365 8363

Email: info@anderson.ae

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