Training Course:

Women in Leadership Workshop


Australian Institute of Management NSW & ACT

North Sydney, NSW, Australia

Course Format:
Classroom | E-learning | Virtual | Online/Live | On-site/In-house | Blended

Course Description:

AIM’s Women in Leadership program has been designed to assist emerging women managers to make the transition to more senior leadership positions and establish their own leadership style. Using the experiences of motivational speakers including Lois Frankel, author of ’Nice Girls Don’t get the Corner Office’, interactive workshops and mentoring, participants will build skills in areas that many women find challenging, such as negotiation and assertiveness.
The program will also provide inspiration through guest speakers as role models. Participants will examine the image they project through the verbal and non-verbal language they use, appearance, presentation and interpersonal skills. They will then develop a personal action plan to work towards projecting an image that is consistent with how they want others to see them.

Learning outcomes

Understand your leadership style
Build a supportive network of business relationships
Use the language of business and finance
Develop negotiation and influencing skills
Build a personal brand and market yourself
Develop a personal action plan

Course content

Pivotal leadership skills
What to look for in a mentor
Power and influence
The difficult conversations
Core financial concepts including reading a P&L statement
The language of strategic planning
The risks you can’t afford not to take
Life-work balance
How to market yourself

Elements of this syllabus are subject to change.

Please go to the school's official website for training price and schedule:

Phone:02 9956 3030

School Address/Venue(s):

Australian Institute of Management NSW
215 Pacific Highway
North Sydney NSW Australia 2060

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