Feminine Power in Leadership

Space in Marylebone, Elgood House, 10 Daventry Street, London
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This event ended on Sunday 3rd of March 2019

Full Price £375 (if an organization is paying)
Reduced rate £250 (if an individual is paying)
Concession rate available – please contact to discuss


Space in Marylebone, Elgood House, 10 Daventry Street, London

Nearest Stations

Edgware Road (Circle/District/H&C) 0.13 miles



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For courageous and curious professionals looking to broaden their abilities and vision while furthering their leadership skills.

The 1-day workshop on Friday 1st March is designed specifically for the corporate world.

It will lead participants on a facilitated journey to explore, on a personal and group level what it means to cultivate and harness Feminine Power in the workplace, and how this can contribute to more effective leadership in current social and professional climates.

It is for leaders and professionals of any gender who would like better to understand the qualities of the Feminine in the context of professional environments and relationships and how to work with these qualities to improve organisational outcomes.

The workshop will explore:
• How to stay true to yourself in an environment where stereotypically masculine characteristics are seen as the route to success. How much are you conforming and at what cost?
• How to value feminine qualities in a professional setting
• How to effectively display self-confidence even when that may evoke a negative response from your teams and stakeholders

In this workshop, participants will gain an understanding of:
• Unconscious bias and how it can be identified and managed in yourself and others
• The relationship between confidence and personal power
• What is to be gained from operating from a place of authenticity
• How qualities traditionally seen as feminine are assets in the workplace
• How to create spaces for inclusion that harness the true value of diversity in the workplace.

At the end of this workshop participants will have developed greater self-awareness, helping to improve
• Personal and work relationships
• Greater understanding and strategies relating to cognitive biases, feelings, and reactions to situations in the workplace.

This event is limited to 15 participants to maximise individual personal and professional growth


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