Transformative Leadership in Women Corporate Leadership

Introduction

This module covers the practical application of the concepts and principles of leadership and transformative leadership. The module also provides participants with the opportunity to practice essential skills necessary for transformational leadership such as self-discovery and self-evaluation. The session also equips participants with the knowledge of gender and understanding of key concepts used in gender and development.

Instructional Goals

ACTIL provides core courses in diverse areas including:

Women’s Corporate Leadership – Aims at equipping women not just to survive but to excel in the corporate environment at senior management and board levels.

Tailor-made courses are also available for institutions on demand.

Cost

For 25 participants or less the cost is $80 per person per day and $60 for participants greater than 25

Module Duration

5 days Normal schedule, 2days for CEO package or you can discuss with us a tailor made schedule depending on your needs

Structure

Each of these courses is structured into four (4) stages as follows:
Stage I: Face to Face intensive workshop at the ACTIL at Kenyatta University
Stage II: 10 months practical implementation of personal and institutional success plans (under mentorship and coaching, on site assessment and support)
Stage III: Report writing and assessments
Stage IV: Follow-up workshop at ACTIL for sharing of experience and certification. ACTIL courses lead to a certificate from Kenyatta University.

Learning Outcomes

1. Transformational leadership
Demonstrate an understanding of the concept of transformational leadership

2. Understanding
Demonstrate an understanding of the prevailing mindset in policies , its impacts on development and the need for transformational leadership,

3. Self-concept
Demonstrate an understanding of the self-concepts for transformational leadership

4. Action plans
Create individual action plans for the application of transformational leadership skills and competencies in their spheres of influence.

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