Starts 4th October
The Developing Women Leaders online short course provides a unique nine-week learning opportunity. The core areas of this course – self awareness, leadership presence, and building relationships for impact – allow aspiring female leaders to become more self-aware, connect more authentically with others as an inspiring presence, and manage relationships successfully across a broad spectrum; from direct reports to peers, managers and other stakeholders.
Module One – Personal mastery
Module Two – Leadership presence
Module Three – Building relationships for impact – part 1
Module Four – Navigating organisational power and politics
Module Five – Building relationships for impact – part 2
Module Six – Workplace realities
Module Seven – Consolidate and celebrate
This course is ideal for women who are interested in self-development, career advancement and personal fulfillment. It gives women an opportunity to really evaluate themselves in a safe environment and to benefit from feedback from their peers.
As a woman, you will benefit from this course if you:
Developing Women Leaders Online Short Course
3 October 2021
4 October 2021
6 - 8 hours
Sue Von Hirschfeld (MA)
Sue has solid experience in creating learning and change in diverse cultures and organisations. Her sound business and organisational knowledge are based on over 30 years of hands-on experience in creating businesses, and managing people and projects. Sue regularly facilitates and lectures in People Management and Development topics for UCT GSB.
Jenny Boxall (MBA)
Jenny has designed and facilitated programmes, on behalf of the UCT GSB, for various organisations in South Africa and neighbouring countries. She is a course convenor for The New Manager and Programme for Management Development – both are UCT GSB flagship Executive Education short courses.
Dr Makgati Mokwena (D. Litt.et Phil)
Makgati is a registered Arts Therapist with the Health Professions Council of South Africa, has taught psychology at two universities, has worked as a therapist and coach, and has designed and facilitated various programmes. She received her master’s degree in Dance Movement Therapy at Antioch Graduate School in New Hampshire (Fulbright Scholarship), and a Doctoral Degree in Psychology at Rand Afrikaans University.