Wed, 10 Mar|
‘Lead Like a Woman’
Celebrating International Women’s Day 2021 A preview to Dale Carnegie’s Increasing Diversity for Women in Business. A pioneering programme for Women in Business, inspiring change. A personal empowerment masterclass for women of high-potential.
Time & Location
10 Mar 2021, 10:30 – 12:00 GMT
About the Event
Facilitators/hosts: Jean Crew & Tamsin Napier-Munn
Is your female talent smashing their potential?
Perhaps you are a woman in business yourself looking to unlock your own potential, raise your profile & become more influential.
If you are looking to lead others and inspire change, have greater influence, raise your profile and have greater impact, you will need to:
· Handle pressure positively.
· Speak with gravitas.
· Be persuasive in your communication of ideas and decisions.
You will want and need to:
· Communicate your purpose with presence and passion
· Inspire others with your authenticity and leadership style
· Know how to light the fire of inspiration under others
‘Leading like a woman’ – requires you to gain clarity on and step into your personal identity, your personal brand.
It requires you to expand your comfort zone, speak up and become more visible.
As women, we are less likely to take risks with our career. As a result, over time, we may end up missing out on major opportunities that are deserving of our capabilities and experience.
Join us for this powerful and inspiring 90-minute preview, when you will gain an insight into how you can inspire change in you and in others.
Along with other leading experts in this field, we will explore how, if we are going to solve the gender pay gap, we first need to solve the ambition gap and the confidence gap …and in doing so, solve the gender ‘say’ gap.
Women make great leaders and the world needs more of what women have to bring to the table. Research tells us, when more women come and not only sit at the table but invite other women to do the same, better decisions are made. This is good for business, good for society, and after all…
‘A rising tide raises all ships’
We will discuss how you, as a woman in business, can have a more visible impact in the work environment, demonstrating what can be done to make significant progress in your career or business.
Designed also as a necessary conversation starting point for leaders of organisations who are determined to retain their top female talent, we will look at the many obstacle’s women face in the workplace and how to overcome them.
Key takeaways from this session include:
· Gaining valuable insights, tips and techniques to kick-start your next steps.
· How to tap into your personal power and the inspirational leader in you.
· Understanding how to enhance your ability to influence and ‘make what you say matter, because what you say matters’.
· Enlightened solutions for those leaders committed to a progressive gender diversity agenda and to addressing the war on talent.
This is also an opportunity for guests to experience Dale Carnegie’s approach to training, learn more about the Women in Business Leadership programme, and identify how this solution can be of personal and professional benefit to both individuals and the organisation at large.
What our clients have said about the Women in Business Programme
“I look much more natural and you can see the change in confidence, I am more authoritative and I can take these skills to become a more effective leader to manage my team.”
Maya Bhatiani | Senior Associate, Laurus Law
“I wanted to raise my game, take it to the next level and increase my confidence in front of a male dominated environment. The programme helped me becomes a more powerful communicator”
Suzanne Harvey, Head of Counterparty Oversight, Schroders
If you would like further information about or would like to book the Women in Business Programme, contact:
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Dale Carnegie is a global leader in personal and professional development, with over 200 offices in more than 100 countries, and with 3,000 trainers, Dale Carnegie has helped over 9million people tap into capabilities they did not know they had and achieve results they did not imagine were possible.