W2O Executive Programmes

1 Day Training: Be Gender Smart – The Key to Career Success for Women

executive1It’s a fact that gender balanced teams are more effective. Many organisations know this and are keen to encourage and promote women. This workshop shows women how they can make the most of their unique value, and ensure their strengths are recognised, applied and reinforced in organisations.

Participants will learn to

  • Play to their strengths
  • Speak up about their contribution
  • Speak up so they can be heard

Benefits for Participants

  • Get a clear picture of the unique value they bring to their organisation and team
  • Feel confident and comfortable to take on the next role, or feel more engaged in their current one
  • Take away actions that can help right away to drive their personal strength

Benefits for the Organisations

  • Women are empowered to contribute fully
  • Improved decision making
  • Increased retention and attainment
1 Day Training: Gender Smart Leadership

Applying neuroscience and bio psychological insights to maximising team performance

executive2Good leaders know that leadership is all about inspiring, motivating and engaging people. Just like personality typing such as MBTI and DISC typing tools, being Gender Smart allows managers to understand their team members better and adapt their style accordingly.

Participants will learn

  • The 6 key differences between men and women at work
  • Strategies for motivating, rewarding and inspiring women
  • To draw out the unique value men and women bring to the team

Benefits for Participants

  • Develop their range of leadership skills
  • Better capable of managing a mixed gender team
  • Better understanding,  resulting in improved team dynamics

Benefits for Organisations

  • A climate is created in which men and women are empowered to contribute fully
  • Increased employee engagement and retention
  • Increased productivity
Workshop: Navigating Career and Family

executive3Parents often feel their life isn’t working,  either for their career, employer or family. Using a combination of research, real examples of what has worked for other women and interactive exercises, Inge shows ways to improve work life fit. A key feature is the opportunity for participants to share and learn with other working parents,  thus solving issues and learn about organisational support available.

Participants will learn

  • Six key strategies for combining work and family
  • To cope with key issues of working parents, including: grief guilt, lack of confidence and support at home
  • To set priorities and take control

Benefits for Participants

  • Clarity on Work-Life Choices
  • Resilience for future Work-Life clashes
  • Increased energy and commitment to chosen work-life role

Benefits for Organisations

  • Increased engagement
  • Increased retention of parents
  • Increased productivity of parents