Women in Leadership

Women in Leadership

Women mean business. Prepare yourself for your next career step with new knowledge. In the two-day Women in Leadership programme, you will learn how to make your voice heard, take ownership, develop and understand your network, and gain confidence in being present. Learn how to manage yourself, manage relationships, manage diversity, and manage networks.

RSM Executive Education’s Women in Leadership programme addresses the issues encountered by women in business, particularly the challenges women face when climbing the corporate ladder. The programme’s aim is for you to discover more about yourself by interacting with other high-performing women in a challenging but pleasant environment. The course is led by leadership development and diversity specialist Professor Dianne Bevelander. With her and fellow programme participants you will explore best practices, share insights, learn about the latest research on female leadership, compare experiences, and discuss your ideas and challenges. The programme is highly practical, so you can put what you have learned into action to empower yourself immediately.

Key benefits

By participating in this programme, you will:

  •  explore and understand your own leadership style and how it aligns with your leadership strategy
  • learn how to communicate effectively by investigating new perspectives on communication processes that will enhance your ability to understand and navigate complex interactions
  • develop new perspectives on the meaning, value and importance of social networks both within personal and organisational context
  • enhance your ability to support others in their aim to achieve individual and organisational goals.
Women in Leadership Programme
Women in Leadership Programme  
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Partners in empowering women

RSM Executive Education’s women in business programmes are offered in partnership with the Erasmus Centre for Women and Organisations (ECWO). ECWO is committed to women’s continued advancement into leadership positions by contributing to management education and actively engaging in the gender debate.