Meeting the challenges of today’s global workplace
Women face unique challenges in the workplace but they also add unique value and perspective. They shatter groupthink, improve communication dynamics, and reinvigorate companies in ways that make them more competitive. Research shows that companies with a critical mass of top-team gender diversity enjoy significantly better financial performance.
Women executives based internationally or who lead worldwide teams encounter specific dynamics and environments. The Yale School of Management and HEC Paris have therefore combined their expertise to develop a high-impact program to help rising leaders successfully overcome these challenges.
Participants will enhance their leadership behaviors and cross-cultural communication skills, learn how to create high-performing teams, understand how to use and manage networks, develop as thoughtful leaders, drive innovation, and create an authentic leadership style.
Live THE EXPERIENCE WITH US
Watch replay of the "She Covery" online conference, produced during the December 2020, Paris edition, of the program.
This program will enable you to:
- Lead your organization to better company-wide gender diversity
- Develop strategic vision and sharper decision-making skills to drive growth through innovation, and manage crises
- Explore new approaches based on innovation and strategy to reinvent your business model
- Adapt your leadership style and skills to specific individual, team, or company contexts
- Develop executive presence with effective verbal and non-verbal skills to communicate with power
The program is offered in an innovative online format.
Module 1: Online sessions (Yale School of Management) 22-25 November 2020 4 half-days
Module 2: Online sessions (HEC Paris Campus) 7-8 December 2020 2 days
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Yale SOM Executive Education advances the mission of the Yale School of Management through educating leaders in business and society. In partnership with faculty, Yale SOM designs and delivers immersive, impactful executive development programs on business and leadership topics that transform senior leaders, their teams, and their organizations.
Yale Executive Education leverages the school’s global reach, integrated thinking, and intellectual wealth to offer customized corporate programs built in partnership with clients and open enrollment programs for individuals or small teams in areas built on Yale expertise and research.
Find out more from the brochure
This program is aimed at:
Senior corporate or non-profit women executives based in Europe or in charge of a team from diverse regional backgrounds, preparing for the next level, or who are new to senior management. Women professionals in family businesses preparing for responsibility as CEO or senior management.
*Includes tuition, most meals, and events. Does not include accommodation. Prices, dates, faculty and program content are subject to change.
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In-house short programs: The flexible way to train your teams
With our in-house short program offer you can train your teams whenever and wherever suits you best.
Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org, and we will arrange for the academic team to come to the location of your choice and deliver the same content that is taught on campus.