FDC-SMITH Women´s Global Leaders Program
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The FDC/Smith Women’s Global Leaders Program focuses on the development of top female talent, through understanding the current global context, the consolidation of competencies, skills and knowledge, in addition to the expansion of the leadership capacity.
The program is a partnership between Fundação Dom Cabral and Smith College Executive Education, a world reference in the training of women leaders.
The methodology of the FDC /Smith Women’s Global Leaders Program creates a setting that encourages risk-taking, initiative, deep sharing of knowledge and experiences in an environment that encourages participants to engage their talents and skills.
The program will be held at the FDC’s Aloysio Faria Campus, in Nova Lima, Minas Gerais, with simultaneous translation.
- Reflection and development of leadership narrative.
- Increase in the impact of leadership based on strengths.
- Identifi cation of alternatives to avoid the pitfalls that limit productive thinking.
- Greater clarity and assertiveness in decisionmaking in an environment of uncertainty.
- Understanding the impact of women’s leadership through art and nature.
- Expansion of the network – contact with executives with solid experience. A unique opportunity to exchange experiences and guidelines.
LEADERSHIP BASED ON STRENGTH
Leadership based on strength development and selfknowledge in order to obtain maximum impact.
Overcoming the most common reasoning pitfalls.
The leadership journey through art and nature.
PLANNING OF STRATEGIC SCENARIOS
Investigation of tools for developing strategies in the face of greatest uncertainty.
Who should attend
Women who attend will be executive level, directors and senior managers, with strategic performance responsibilities who seek to understand global context, consolidate skills, abilities and knowledge, and to expand their capacity as leaders and managers.