Who should attend
Women from all professions — those in leadership positions in government, corporate sector, institutions, and self-employed — who want to enhance their leadership capacities and potential to manage complex professional lives and seek to integrate personal and professional lives will find this programme relevant. The programme will be meaningful for women searching for new energy and directions in their personal and professional lives.
About the course
Professional women in all domains will find an opportunity in this programme to reflect on their leadership potential and internalised constraints that stop them from taking leadership positions or restrict them from performing to their full potential. Participants can learn leadership skills, find ways to balance between personal and professional lives, and commit to future actions for a richer, more fulfilling, and meaningful professional and personal life. This is a very safe opportunity for a woman to set aside her everyday concerns and take on a learning journey along with other women from diverse backgrounds.
- Enhancing leadership capacities and potential
- Learning leadership skills and concepts
- Identifying gender entrapments that constrain one’s potential
- Reconnecting to one’s inner potential and wisdom
- Managing and leading at the same time
- Recognising the leadership capacity within self
- Practising leadership skills
- Power and leadership
- Gender and self
- Roles and role stress
- Unearthing talents/identifying patterns
Educational Qualifications University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada 1992 - 1995 Ph.D. - Social Psychology 1989 - 1992 M.A. - Social Psychology Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, India 1986 - 1988 M.A. - Developmental and Educational Psychology (Ranked 1st) Sambalpur University, S.K.D.A.V. Coll...
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Because of COVID-19, many providers are cancelling or postponing in-person programs or providing online participation options.
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