Women Leadership: Owning Your Strengths and Skills


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Women Leadership: Owning Your Strengths and Skills

Our Women Leadership training materials provides you with a fully-customizable package of courseware content for delivery to your employees and/or students. Everything you need to run the course is included, just add trainer!


All courseware print licences are perpetual – buy once and use forever!

  • Fully customizable. Sold on a site licence basis, you can tailor ALL content to meet specific learning or corporate requirements.
  • Digital download. Content is available to download after purchase.
  • Proven. Our course materials are used in hundreds of training centres around the world. Every course is fully beta tested and validated in the classroom before undergoing a full production release.
  • Simple… No need to invest in expensive DTP applications – all files are easily editable in any word processor.
  • Print on demand. You only need to print exactly what you need, when you need it.
  • Totally flexible. Courses can be modified to meet specific requirements. Sections can be removed. New content added. One or more titles can be combined. Whatever your training requirements, our courseware can help you meet that need.
  • Unlimited users. Content is sold on a site licence basis. You can train as many staff or employees at that location as you like. Forever!
  • Buy once. Use forever! You’re buying a perpetual licence. One payment gives you an unlimited site licence for use as long as you need it.
  • No limits! Unlike some content providers, our licence enables you to reprint the courseware as many times as you like. 1 student or 100,000. No limits…


Student manual

Fully customisable. May be opened in any word processor and changed to meet your exact needs.

Trainer manual

Fully customisable with additional information for trainers.

Ice breakers and classroom activities

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Pre-assignment exercise

Pre-assignment exercise. Fully customisable. Helps to reinforce the delegates understanding of the course contents.

Course outline

Content overview. Fully customisable. Comprehensive course overview to help you market your course to your customers.

PowerPoint presentations

PowerPoint presentations. Fully customisable. Complete set of PowerPoint slides for use by the trainer.

Sales information sheets

Sales information sheets. Fully customisable. Information sheets to help you sell your course to your employees or external customers.

Additional reading materials

Additional reading… Fully customisable. Give your students some recommended further reading materials for this course.

Women Leadership: Owning Your Strengths and Skills is a course that shepherds your students from a brief history of women leaders through to how to craft their own workplace philosophy. There are nine sessions in this one-day course with activities woven throughout that build upon the lessons contained within. Just some of the topics covered here include: barriers vs. benefits, understanding self-awareness, personal inventory, creating and selling your brand, identifying relationship and leadership skills.

Course contents

  • Course Overview
  • Women and the Workforce • Learning from our History
  • Barriers and Benefits to Women’s Leadership • Barriers vs. Benefits • Improving Self-Management through Reflection
  • Social and Emotional Intelligence • Defining Emotional Intelligence
  • Self-Awareness • Understanding Self-Awareness
  • Developing Leadership Awareness and Brand • Personal Inventory • Creating and Selling Your Brand • Making Connections, Part One • Making Connections, Part Two • Selling and Screening your Brand and Ideas
  • Leadership Skills • Identifying Relationship Skills • Identifying Leadership Skills
  • Making Good Decisions • Ingredients of a Good Decision • Good Decision – Poor Decision • Decision Wheel Method
  • Creating Your Workplace Philosophy • Philosophy Statement
  • Personal Action Plan • Recommended Reading List • Course Evaluation