All organisations depend on successful leadership. WIG's Alumni Network builds on the relationships started through our leadership programmes and interchange, secondment and non-executive activities, helping you to further develop your networks across our diverse and growing community of alumni.
The network helps alumni maintain the relationships established through mentoring, secondments, attachments, Non-executive placements and our other interchange activities. It also ensures delegates on our leadership programmes can stay in touch. The programme of activities and newsletter are designed to encourage all alumni to build new contacts and continue their development as leaders.
Practical ways to learn
Throughout our programmes, we use different learning approaches to help develop these values, mindsets and behaviours. These include knowledge transfer, peer learning, coaching, and experiential learning.
With the help of these practical programmes, leaders will:
Develop as individuals
On our programmes, leaders build their personal “skills toolkit” as they reflect and grow.
Gain cross-sector insight
Leaders learn alongside peers from outside their own sectors – gaining fresh perspectives from activities such as working together on group projects, and even making cross-sector visits.
Develop a supportive peer group
By learning alongside a cross-sector peer group, leaders become better equipped to innovate through uncertain times – and to develop resilience for when things get tough.
You can then continue to develop through the alumni network. We send regular updates and have a LinkedIn Group for alumni to join.
Join the group on LinkedIn:
The Alumni network is also on Linkedin. Existing alumni can join this exciting networking opportunity, please join the group.
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Our leadership Programmes
From early-career talent to senior directors, our leadership programmes nurture talent at all levels to enhance organisational performance.
Gain fresh perspectives and share best practice across sectors to tackle organisational challenges.