LEADERSHIP Journey

A unique blend of leadership development and peer-group interaction

FEMALE LEADERS

The Leadership Journey is built around four distinct but complimentary modules. 

The structure of the program optimises the learning outcomes of each module, as well as contributing to the overall flow, ensuring a logical progression from one module to the next. Through mastery of each of the elements discussed, participants can take an important step towards understanding and achieving their personal goals.​

01

Operating within an ethical, thoughtful and values driven framework

In this session, participants consider the ethical dimensions of their day-to-day communication and identify the important relationship between demonstrable, values-driven leadership and effective working environments. This workshop encourages participants to set their own standards and find ways to measure their own performance.

Ethics​

02

Understanding and interpreting differing styles

Interpreting different communication styles effectively is fundamental to building lasting interpersonal relationships. This session focuses on the key concepts of personal communication style, how to identify and master your dominant style, how to correctly interpret the style of others and most importantly how to be flexible enough to communicate optimally with differing styles.

Evironmental Awareness​

03

Fostering goodwill, commitment and collaboration to aid productivity

Influencing others may be as simple as asking a person to do something, or as complex as building strategic coalitions to achieve long term goals.  This session looks at influencing strategies; in particular, how effective leaders draw on different tactics to best suit the person and situation they are in. A range of different strategies are explored. 

Networking for Success​

04

Building resilience and overcoming challenges

The final session of the day explores the concept of resilience – particularly during challenging times or in highly pressurised environments. Personal resilience is not only about strength through adversity but the ability to grow and adapt as a result of disruption, to move forward stronger than before. Participants are asked to consider resilience at both a personal and strategic leadership level. 

Creating Balance

ModuleS

"Leaders are made, not born, and they never stop learning. Women & Leadership forums are important sources of advice, inspiration and support of other women who are on the same journey."

PRU GOWARD MP

Former Minister for Women

"I found the program to be really thorough and relevant to my professional development. It was a valuable eye opener and I am immediately applying what I learnt.​"

Renee Haoust

Director, Crown Coaches

Location

The program can be delivered at your workplace or at a venue of your choosing (all venue costs and logistics remain the responsibility of the client).

Participants

We recommend a minimum of 8 participants to undertake the program in-house with typical groups ranging from 15 – 25 participants.

Facilitation

WLA will provide one expert facilitator for the duration of the program. This will include a one-hour consultation prior to the day of delivery.

Dates and times

The Leadership Alliance is a two-day program. Each day runs between 9am and 4.30pm. The program is typically run on  mutually acceptable dates.

Ethics | Communication Influence | Resilience​

Running the leadership 
alliance in-house

WLA regularly runs The Women’s Leadership Alliance on site for large and small organisations across the country. Running the program exclusively for your employees helps to create a shared language that enhances the benefits of the program by promoting on-going peer to peer support and development post the formal workshops. The Alliance is perfectly designed to provide your organisation with a concentrated group leadership program, ideal for rewarding and developing valued employees.​

This collective expertise imbues The Leadership Journey with a potent mix of understanding, advice and strategy for addressing the unique challenges and complexities that women face in the contemporary workplace.

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About

Shaped by expert advice from top female leaders, trainers and academics, as well as countless hours of face to face interactions with thousands of Australian women

9.00 - 10.30am

10.50 - 12.30pm

1.15 - 2.45pm

3.00 - 4.40pm

Ethics

Communication

Resilience

Influence