In late 2014, the Pew Research Center released the results of a national survey on women and leadership – results that still show major challenges in public life and the corporate C-suite for women in the U.S. The Pew study showed that attitudes are slowly changing – but that hurdles to parity (and fairness) still exist. According to the survey, women are far more likely than men to see gender discrimination in today’s society, and that “women and men are seen as equally good business leaders, but gender stereotypes persist.”

The Bodhih workshop trains male and female leaders on adopting ways to break through the proverbial glass ceiling and gender stereotypes.

Key Learning Points:

Developing a strong system of talent management where the leadership potential of women is identified

Nurturing personal competencies

Aligning personal ambitions and needs to the overall goals of the organisation

Building a strong mentorship program

Building a reputation as serious leadership material

Learning Areas from this Training Program

Identifying the key competencies in the organisation

Aligning personal competencies to that of the organisation

Building a network

Finding mentors

Build your own reputation

Ideal or Useful for:

Managers (All Levels)


Team Leaders

Ideal Group Size

12 to 15 Participants

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