The Developing Women Leaders online short course provides a unique learning opportunity for women at all stages of their career journey. It builds a foundation for skills such as networking, collaborating, use of power, communication, leading and following. MasterStart is on a mission to develop diverse leadership teams through humanised online learning. The Developing Women Leaders programme is our latest collaboration with UCT Graduate School of Business and it is already changing lives.
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This course is ideal for women who are interested in self-development, career advancement and personal fulfilment. It gives women an opportunity to really evaluate what works and what does not work in a safe environment and to benefit from feedback from their peers.
Diversity and inclusivity have become something of a clichè – boards and management teams talk about them, but how many actually look at them as something that should be measured? Or invested in?
Now with the statistics in mind let’s look at the performance and bottom line impact of firms who have driven organisational and behavioral change by providing a more inclusive and diverse workforce:
Sue has extensive experience in creating learning and change in diverse cultures and organisations. With over 30 years of practical experience managing people and projects, Sue lectures on the topics of People Management and Development.
Jenny designs and facilitates programmes on behalf of the UCT GSB faculty to achieve organisational learning goals and facilitate the learning and application of skills in various organisations in South Africa and neighbouring countries.
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Dr Makgathi is a registered Dance Movement Therapist who 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.