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Leadership Development Courses
mid level leaders
Stretch your current capacity and develop the behaviours and mindsets to propel you towards executive level performance.
For over fifteen years Women & Leadership International (WLI) has been providing high quality professional development to thousands of female leaders across Australasia and North America.
In January 2019, the WLI initiative launched in the UK with the intention of connecting, developing and empowering Britain’s female leaders and supporting a growing global movement to end gender inequality.
executive and senior leaders
Join leaders at the forefront of their organisations for high impact and uniquely challenging peer orientated learning experiences.
early career leaders
Fast track your skills and confidence in preparation for long term career success.
CONNECTING, DEVELOPING & EMPOWERING WOMEN LEADERS
Renee Tocco, Managing Director
“This has proven to be one of the most outstanding and thought provoking leadership courses I have ever taken part in. The content was incomparable, the facilitators and lecturers were world class and the course outline and modules were holistic and invigorating. The course also provided me with an instant support group of exceptional women from diverse industries all with their own unique experiences and skills. I would highly recommend the course to women in any industry and especially those that work in male dominated industries. The tools this course equipped us with are uniquely tailored for women by women to maximise our impact. I feel grateful, humbled and incredibly gratified that I had this opportunity to be part of this journey.”
Women & Leadership
FTSE 100 Chief Executives
Secondary Head Teachers
Percentage of women in key roles in the UK
The UK ranked 15th on the Global Gender Gap Index 2017.
The Gender pay gap for full and part-time workers combined in the United Kingdom was 18.4% in 2017 - meaning that women currently make approximately 80% of men's median hourly wages.
Women and leadership statistics - uk
Fifteen years of experience has demonstrated to us that many women prefer and benefit more from gender-specific development experiences. We believe in creating ‘win win’ solutions for female leaders and their organisations, we use proven development strategies to create powerful role models capable of driving their organisations forward.
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