Women's Leadership: Influence and Resilience
This seminar is designed and delivered by women, for women. It focuses on helping women become more influential and on building confidence and resilience to support them in their careers and lives.
To communicate with influence it is vital to engage both hearts and minds. This seminar provides a practical tool to help you understand others and so be better able to influence them. If people feel understood, they are more open to influence. The tool helps us understand and appreciate difference, without compromising who we are.
A great experience and learning opportunity” Hannelie Gilmour, Head of Portfolio Delivery, Standard Life plc
As women we may have many things draining our energy and affecting our resilience. Therefore, the use of energy, and conserving energy is a key theme of this seminar. That is the root of resilience. During this seminar we explore how to retain resilience, to feel energised and optimistic, as we manage all the elements of our lives and work. The intention is to equip women leaders with resources to help them lead in challenging times.
This seminar explores how you can become more influential. It also creates space for you to reflect on yourself and your energy. We will explore how to focus on what is important, letting go of things that no longer work for you and allocating more time to areas that give you energy rather than drain it. The aim is to build confidence and resilience to help you survive and thrive – at work and beyond.
This seminar works as a stand-alone event and is also one of a series of four linked women’s seminars which complement and build upon each other. Through participating in these intensive events, women leaders will gain deeper insights into their strengths and talents and enhance the impact they have at work.
Our expert facilitators Hilary Danelian & Ruth Morris bring a depth of understanding of leadership development combined with a passion for helping women release their potential and a practical common sense approach.
Really great! Ruth and Hilary offer an opportunity to take yourself out of your normal day and approach issues with fresh eyes” Elizabeth Anastasi, Economic Advisor, Department of Business, Innovation and Skills
WIG Members’ fee: £650 + VAT.
Non-member fee: £775 + VAT.
Leadership Programmes Alumni fee: £499 + VAT
Voluntary sector fee: £499 + VAT.
For further information on these rates please contact [email protected]
All rates are inclusive of refreshments, lunch and a comprehensive workbook PLUS a one-hour follow-up coaching session
Development Seminars Bookings Terms & Conditions
Full payment or a valid purchase order must be received before the start of the event. The full fee must either be paid within 30 days of an invoice being issued or, if the booking is made within the 30 days prior to the start of the event, payment or a valid purchase order must be received before the event starting date. For a full refund, cancellations must be confirmed in writing no later than 21 days prior to the event starting date. No refunds apply to cancellations made in the 20 days prior to the event. A substitute delegate can attend in the place of the registered delegate, if WIG is notified in advance. There is no fee to substitute a delegate. Non-payment or non-attendance without written notification will incur the full registration fee.
Meet some of the team who work on this programme:
Ruth Morris, Programmme Director
Ruth is CEO of Rema Consulting, a visiting lecturer at Cranfield and co-delivers the WIG Women's Leadership Programme. She specialises in leadership and team development, organisational change, executive coaching and action learning. Her experience covers a broad range of market sectors across different countries and continents. She has a Masters Degree in Management Development and has achieved international recognition for her writing on leadership issues. She is a respected coach, with 20 years’ experience of running her own business, and is known for transforming leaders’ effectiveness. Clients include: Hewlett Packard, Independent TV Companies, RBS, Jaguar Land Rover, ABN Amro, HM Revenue & Customs, and Ministry of Defence.