Women in Leadership: Achieving and flourishing
Ms Nixon and Professor Sinclair will encourage participants to share experiences, and to learn how to lead change while looking after themselves and others in demanding contexts.
“Our aim is to empower women to be role models for humane and people-centred leadership. To build effectiveness and to show that you don’t have to be perceived as hard-edged and tough to become a successful leader,” Ms Nixon said.
This workshop will offer fresh perspectives on traditional leadership and management issues. The program is aimed at middle-to-senior level female managers in the public sector, and is also valuable for those in the not-for-profit and education sectors.
You will expand your approaches to influencing and mobilising people. You will identify practical steps to deal with the leadership challenges you face and learn to avoid underselling yourself.
Participants will learn from each other, as well as from the experienced practitioners, about leading change and upholding public sector values, and they will develop a unique network.
Over three and a half days, Ms Nixon and Professor Sinclair will work through the broad strategic levels of leadership and mobilising organisations, to managing groups, finishing on the personal dimensions of leadership roles.
Women in Leadership content will include: