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Women in Leadership eLearning Course

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Women make up almost half the workforce, yet they are promoted to leadership positions at a rate far lower than are their male colleagues. What accounts for this leadership gap? How can organizations foster and develop women leaders? Studies show that having women in leadership positions brings many benefits to an organization, including greater accountability and a culture of work-life balance. Yet it can be difficult to determine the barriers to women’s advancement, and even more difficult to overcome them. Women's Empowerment is a crucial task in today's business and community spheres. Learning how to foster and develop women as leaders not only benefits individual employees, but can benefit individuals who empower themselves, their families and communities, and entire organizations and entities.


This course has 12 Modules with reviews. Each Module should take at least 30 to 60 minutes for maximum benefit and all reviews and questions should be worked through. NB: Although some of the expert knowledge mentions the US, it is crucial to note that in South Africa and developing nations Women's Empowerment and promotion of Women in Leadership is ever so crucial.

This Course includes a Certificate.

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Module One: Getting Started
Workshop Objectives
Module Two: Women and the Workforce
50% of the Population
60% of University Degree Earners
47% of the Workforce
52% of Professional Jobs
Case Study
Module Two: Review Questions
Module Three: The Leadership Gap
Women are Underrepresented in Leadership
Women in Executive Positions
Women in Finance, Health Care, and Law
Historical Trends
Case Study
Module Three: Review Questions
Module Four: Barriers to Women’s Leadership
Gender Differences are Overemphasized
Gender Differences are Undervalued
Women Lack Professional Networks
Work and Family Conflict
Case Study
Module Four: Review Questions
Module Five: Traits of Women’s Management
Women Lead By Uniting Diverse Groups
Women Value Work-Life Balance
Women Value Interpersonal Relationships
Women Value Accountability
Case Study
Module Five: Review Questions
Module Six: Benefits of Women’s Leadership
Greater Collaboration
Culture of Work-Life Balance
Culture of Accountability
Assists in Recruiting Millennials
Case Study
Module Six: Review Questions
Module Seven: Nurture Women’s Leadership
Actively Recruit Women
Create and Encourage Networking Opportunities
Pair Women with Mentors in Leadership
Create and Encourage Training Opportunities
Case Study
Module Seven: Review Questions
Module Eight: Actively Recruit Women
Discover Your Barriers to Hiring
Discover Your Barriers to Retention
Recruit via Women’s Organizations
Create and Promote a Woman-Friendly Culture
Case Study
Module Eight: Review Questions
Module Nine: Encourage Networking Opportunities
Create a Women’s Networking Group
Encourage Women to Join Organizations
Networking Builds Confidence
Networking and Recruiting
Case Study
Module Nine: Review Questions
Module Ten: Pair Women with Mentors
Benefits of Mentoring
Think Creatively
Incorporate Mentoring at Every Stage
Encourage Women to Mentor
Case Study
Module Ten: Review Questions
Module Eleven: Create Educational Opportunities
Encourage the Learning of Leadership Skills
Internal Programs and Training
Outside Training and Workshops
Encourage Training at Every Stage of the Career
Case Study
Module Eleven: Review Questions
Module Twelve: Wrapping Up
Words from the Wise

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