Increase your influence and drive impact
Despite compelling evidence that more diversity in senior management ranks increases organisational performance, the proportion of women in key leadership roles remains low in most organisations. Women face a unique set of challenges when progressing into senior leadership positions, including unconscious bias, a scarcity of role models, and a peer group that continually shrinks the more senior they become. These can make striving for the top a lonely and frustrating endeavour even in organisations with the best intentions to support their top female talent.
Women executives rarely have an opportunity to come together and share their leadership experiences in a learning environment that has direct relevance and personal impact. INSEAD’s Women Leaders Programme is designed to create just this environment. It addresses leadership issues that affect all executives, in a forum that hones in on the unique challenges women encounter. It creates a network of today’s senior women leaders, empowering them to take hold of their careers and aim for the top.
How You Benefit
Who Should Attend
Our Participant Profile
> 15 yearsof working experience
INSEAD’s Women Leaders Programme brings together an elite group of women business leaders. It will benefit executives from a range of disciplines and managerial backgrounds, who:
- have reached the office of vice president or have an equivalent level of responsibility
- have been identified as high-potential leaders and have used that opportunity to their advantage
- are seeking to enhance their leadership skills, and demonstrate a strong drive to reach the top of their organisation
- have a minimum of 15 years of professional work experience.
This programme qualifies for the INSEAD Certificate in Global Management.
Dates & Fees
Investing for a lifelong learning journey at INSEAD
Discount and Financing
1 ModuleTo complete the Programme
30% OffFor INSEAD alumni Community
Financial AidFor French companies based in France
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