LSWP

Leadership Skills for Women Professionals

Women have made one big mistake as leaders - trying to lead like men and not owning their leadership abilities. The underlying issue is that they associate leadership with masculinity. That thought is so ingrained in them that their language for leaders follows that premise. Women of present generation and the generation before thought they had to be more like “the boys” to be accepted into leadership roles. They believed they had to train women to be leaders like men, as if leadership were an innately male ability. When women embrace their leadership roles, however, it creates a better environment for all.

This one-day programme focuses on the attributes that women can bring to a leadership position drawing lessons and insight from women in top leadership positions.

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