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Women in Leadership

Female Leaders

Develop your assertiveness and find your voice in a masculine environment.


Women in Leadership Training Outcomes

By the end of the training workshop participants will be able to:

  • Master communication, negotiation and influencing skills for women.

  • Understand how certain behaviours may undermine their position and expertise in the work environment.

  • Project a credible, self-assured image to express their opinion with authority and tact.

Leadership Course For Woman Outlines

  • Discover keys to project an image that commands respect: essential communication and leadership tips and techniques for women.

  • Study common communication and influencing mistakes that hold women back.

  • Communication with men and women: differences in female and male styles of expression.

  • Dealing with high-stake conversations, challenging situations and crises: handling conflicts and confrontations with dignity and control.

  • Learn great strategies to overcome your communication and leadership blocks.


And so much more!

Various resources: video practice, real-life scenarios and role-play games, case studies, group exercises, debates and brainstorming sessions.


Your Tailored Woman in Leadership Course


Varies from 90-min to

the full 3-day course


Tailored to suit your needs


Individual coaching or group workshop


Online or in-person

This Training for Female Managers is Designed For

This women-in-leadership training workshop will benefit women from a variety of backgrounds, industries and skill levels who wish to improve their leadership through advanced communication skills. Female participants will learn keys and techniques to better communicate with the opposite gender.


This training workshop will be customised to address your organisation’s specific requirements and will use an interactive approach designed to meet the learning styles of participants, regardless of their level or position within the organisation.

I was hoping it wouldn't be too cheesy and it was not. It was spot on and really good.

Such a great place to bounce ideas and learn.

I liked the piece on filler words and undermining messages.

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