Women’s Leadership 101 is a specialist training programme designed for women in management positions. It provides women with a range of capabilities to sustainably build confidence to operate as an equal at senior levels.
This course will give you the tools to move forward in your career with impact, gravitas and confidence. It explores the type of communicator you are and the type of communicator you could become, examining the power of physicality, voice and language to help deepen understanding about your own impact.
• Act with assertiveness in uncertainty.
• Effectively support and encourage other women and marginalised voices in professional settings.
• Own the room with confidence, knowing that you can speak off the cuff, embrace obstacles and hold difficult conversations.
• Show your best self in any setting through empowered presentation skills and expert storytelling.
Part 1: How to Influence Others
Part 2: How to Control the Narrative
Part 3: How to Manage Conflict
Part 4: How to Present with Impact
A forum theatre performance kick-starts this session on influencing. Shining a light on the conscious and unconscious ways we seek to influence others, we invite you to get curious about how we can move others to action. Able to stop the scene at any moment, you’ll actively give feedback to the actors and change the scene’s course towards a more positive outcome. You’ll experiment with different choices to examine how you can connect and influence more effectively, in a playful low-risk environment.
Since time immemorial, storytelling has guided human behaviour. Stories have driven our development as a species and promoted belonging by giving us a powerful way to connect with others. Stories provide meaning and context to our lives. We’ll explore techniques that hook an audience’s interest with confidence and excite them about the future. By developing your physical and vocal range, you’ll explore how to speak to both the hearts and minds of your team.
Even the best workplaces have their stresses and conflicts. But whether they arise from a genuine difference of opinion or a misjudged tone of voice, they needn’t get ugly. In this session, we look at a variety of conflict situations, brought to life by RADA Business actors. We’ll use these to explore ways of defusing and managing conflict based on the Thomas Kilmann ‘assertiveness and cooperativeness’ model.
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Craig Smith, Head of Learning and Employee Experience, Babcock International
Rebecca Keeble, Talent Manager,
Marks and Spencer
Roger Minton, Head of Leadership Development, Anglo American
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