The Developing Women Leaders online short course provides a unique nine-week learning opportunity that lays a foundation for skills such as networking, collaborating, use of power, communication, leading and following.
The course kicks off the journey to self-awareness with a fascinating look at the psychometric tool based on the work by Carl Jung - the Insights Discovery. This tool uses the concepts of colour energy to help you understand yourself as a leader: your strengths, weaknesses and the value you bring to a team. These insights will begin the journey of reflection and growth that this course presents.
This course makes use of synchronous and asynchronous learning, with opportunities for independent, self-paced learning, offset by group sessions to reflect, discuss and debate. Scheduled webinars provide unique opportunities to engage with faculty and fellow aspiring women leaders, to draw on one another's experiences and insights. The core areas of this course – personal mastery, leadership presence, and building relationships for impact – allow aspiring female leaders to become more self-aware, connect more authentically with others as an inspiring presence, and manage relationships successfully across a broad spectrum; from direct reports to peers, managers and other stakeholders.
8 Mar - 10 May 2021
9 weeks online
A two-week orientation module and seven one-week content modules
This course is ideal for women who are interested in self-development, career advancement and personal fulfilment. It gives women a safe environment to really evaluate what works and what does not work and an opportunity to benefit from peer feedback.
You will benefit from this course if you:
15% for 3 - 6 applicants (discount applied from third applicant)
10% for 7+ applicants (discount applied to all applicants)
10% for alumni of UCT GSB academic and Executive Education courses
Sue has been in the learning and development consultancy business since 1989, based in Cape Town, but with national and international clients. Her prior corporate experience spanned 12 years, mainly in the chemical industry where she held Learning & Development and generalist HR Management positions at AECI Modderfontein near Johannesburg.
Sue’s current clients include multinational and local companies in education, alternative energy, financial services, education, retail, and manufacturing. Typical assignments include learning design, personal development, coaching skills and executive coaching, as well as interventions to help companies and individuals deal with change. She also develops, implements and validates selection and assessment processes and tools. She has spoken at conferences and published in practitioner journals in the UK, South Africa and Australia.
The Developing Women Leaders online course can be customised to suit your organisation’s learning and development needs and can be delivered anywhere in the world, wherever it is convenient.