Women remain underrepresented in top leadership positions, globally. To succeed, women need to learn to navigate the external factors that are hindering their access to leadership positions and the internal factors that lie within themselves. This online course, the newest in the Women’s Leadership family, provides access to women seeking a more convenient way to empower themselves and advance their organization.
The Yale School of Management Executive Education’s online Women’s Leadership Program helps you develop your full professional potential as a leader in business and society. You’ll enhance your unique strengths, skills, and traits, harness your networks, and maximize your innovation potential. In a world that will soon be dominated by artificial intelligence, machine learning, and increasingly complex systems, these skills — and the integrative, collaborative solutions they bring about — will ensure you are poised for success.
Guided by Program Co-conveners Emma Seppälä and Rodrigo Canales, you’ll gain the ability to leverage your core values, networks, and emotional intelligence to effectively lead your teams and propel your organization forward.
Who should attend
- Senior corporate or non-profit women executives preparing for the next level, or who are new to senior management.
- Women family business professionals preparing for responsibility as CEO or senior management.
- Women executives and senior managers who want to drive innovation and change within their organization.
- Middle and junior women managers seeking personal and professional leadership development to prepare for future role growth.
You'll walk away with
- The skills to harness your unique traits and characteristics as powerful leadership tools to effectively develop teams and organizations.
- The ability to leverage relationships, connections, and interpersonal interactions to help drive business growth and innovation.
- A personalized development plan that will help you to identify your strengths and guide you towards achieving your goals.
- The opportunity to interact with like-minded women from diverse backgrounds seeking to add value to their organizations.*
*Upon successful completion of your program, you’ll also join the exclusive Yale School of Management Executive Education group on LinkedIn
Over the duration of this online program, you’ll work through the following modules:
Please note that module titles and their contents are subject to change during program development.
Explore your core values and traits to become an effective leader.
Self-knowledge and self-mastery
Learn about the value of having self-awareness and practicing self-mastery.
Leading growth through experimentation
Use experimentation to develop your personal and organizational approaches to leadership and innovation.
Emotionally intelligent feedback
Draw on emotional awareness in order to have difficult conversations and use feedback effectively.
Networks and structures of innovation
Understand the role networks play in developing personal strengths, innovation, and leadership.
Understand how using positive leadership practices can improve your personal leadership capabilities and strengthen your organization.
Visit the course page to find out more about upcoming session dates, program price, and more:
An online education that sets you apart
This Yale School of Management Executive Education online program is delivered in collaboration with online education provider GetSmarter. Join a growing community of global professionals who've already benefited from the opportunity to:
- Join the exclusive Yale School of Management Executive Education group on LinkedIn upon successful completion of the program.
- Experience a flexible but structured approach to online education as you learn around your schedule.
- Earn an official certificate of participation from the Yale School of Management Executive Education.
About the School
The Yale School of Management Executive Education is dedicated to educating leaders for business and society. Through its integrated curriculum, close ties to Yale University, and active connection to ... Read More