About the Course
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WHAT YOU LEARN:
In this short, introductory course learn the fundamentals of harnessing the tools and behaviors necessary to elevate your career as a leader. Learn to confidently request and obtain the recognition and compensation you deserve in your role and manage the stereotypes around women at the workplace.
By leveraging on the power of communication, learn to confidently step into a leadership role as a woman and gain the trust, respect and admiration of your colleagues.
WHY LEARN IT / BENEFITS:
Leadership is an important function of management that can help boost productivity, efficiency and the success of a company. Become the dynamic, exciting and inspiring leader that motivates her team, sets direction, builds an inspiring vision, breaks barriers and maps out the course for business success.
1. Learn to communicate effectively (using spoken word, non-verbal language and listening skills) to develop relationships, manage conflicts and work across differences.
2. Gain a greater understanding of your own personal identity and how it helps shape your leadership and followership.
3. Develop a sense of confidence to believe in yourself and your ideas. This confidence will in turn, allow you to be challenged without feeling minimized.
WHO THIS IS FOR:
Any woman who wants to inspire and influence as a leader or confidently step into a leadership role. We also welcome any male colleagues or managers who are interested in learning about the challenges a woman may face when shifting into a position of leadership.
Student Manual / Notes & Guide
Group & Solo Exercises
No prior experience necessary. A willingness to learn & participate in exercises / activities.
For any questions regarding this course, please contact us at: email@example.com / +60111-2245200 (Malaysia).
As a female entrepreneur, Natalie Kniese firmly believes in being able to succeed, influence and inspire others into action. With an increasing number of well-known organizations appointing female CEOs, the trend towards women in leadership positions is on the rise.
However, women still face challenges at the workplace daily because of under-representation, hesitancy to voice opinions and other factors. It’s time we, as women, learnt to speak up!