Program Overview

Gain the skills, confidence and network to lead others and be a change-maker in your organisation or community. Enhance your self-awareness, overcome self-limiting beliefs, build personal resilience, and learn to skillfully negotiate, influence and motivate others to lift performance and reach organisational goals.

Explore the systematic barriers to women’s leadership and build confidence and strategies to lead change. Gain a supportive network of female peers and be inspired by motivational speakers who will empower you to reach your leadership potential.

📍 Chateau Yering Hotel | ⌚ 3 consecutive days | From $4,990*

Who Should Enrol

  • For experienced, mid to senior female leaders
  • Those looking to develop a diverse and supportive network for peer mentoring

Themes Covered

ADAPTIVE LEADERSHIP

CHARACTER STRENGTHS

SELF-AWARENESS & RESILIENCE

WELLBEING, VOICE & POWER

REFLECTION & APPLICATION

Program Outcomes

  • Have increased self-awareness, understand your own leadership vulnerabilities, strengths and places for growth
  • Be equipped to overcome self-limiting beliefs, ‘imposter’ syndrome behaviours and build personal resilience
  • Identify strengths in others and motivate teams to raise performance
  • Understand women’s leadership through a gender lens
  • Skilfully negotiate and influence others to achieve desired outcomes
  • Speak persuasively on issues of importance to you or your workplace
  • Have new approaches to progress workplace challenges

Program Inclusions

  • Retreat in regional Victoria, Chateau Yering Hotel
  • All meals and accommodation
  • VIA Character Strengths psychometric
  • Strategies for personal resilience, emotional regulation and stress reduction
  • Voice coaching and presentation workshop
  • Inspirational and motivational female leaders who will share personal and professional stories
  • A diverse and supportive network of peers from across business, government and community

“ Completing the Women’s Leadership Program has been a highlight of my career. It has allowed me to explore what leadership means to me, provided me with access to a network of amazing leaders across industries, and the opportunity to hear from a variety of keynote speakers who all role-model adaptive leadership in making an impact within their organisations and communities.”

Emma Wu, Customer Experience Lead at ANZ Bank, 2019 Women's Leadership Program Graduate

Program Dates and Pricing

Series 1 | 11, 12 & 13 July | SOLD OUT 

*Pricing inclusive of GST. Booking and credit card fees applicable upon purchasing. NFP rate applies to individuals employed in an organisation registered with the Australian Charities and Not-for-profit Commission.

Program details are correct at time of publishing and are subject to change without notice. Please view our terms and conditions which includes information about our cancellation policy. Please check with your manager or relevant person in your organisation for approval before enrolling.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Are meals and accommodation included? Yes, meals and accommodation are included in the enrolment fee
  2. Do I need to apply for this program? No. This is an open enrolment program. Any individual can enroll in this program
  3. My organisation is funding my enrolment, can I pay by invoice? Yes, payment set up via invoice when enrolling through Eventbrite
  4. Can I stay additional nights at Yering? Yes, additional nights can be arranged directly with Yering, mention that you are a part of the Leadership Victoria group.

A thought provoking, challenging, stimulating and awe inspiring program. A MUST for all women in leadership roles.

Donna, 2016 Women's Leadership Program Graduate

2019-09-25T03:42:26+10:00

Donna, 2016 Women's Leadership Program Graduate

“A thought provoking, challenging, stimulating and awe inspiring program. A MUST for all Women in Leadership roles.”

The Women's Leadership Program was stimulating, practical and inspiring and has already proven to be useful for me back in the workplace. I think there was a good balance of participation versus learning from the speakers - and just the right amount of group activities! The resources provided helpful, especially the recommendation to make notes in a journal through the course to refer to later. I have done that and am surprised by how relevant it has been to actual work practices.

2015 Women's Leadership Program Graduate

2019-09-25T03:40:52+10:00

2015 Women's Leadership Program Graduate

“The Women's Leadership Program was stimulating, practical and inspiring and has already proven to be useful for me back in the workplace. I think there was a good balance of participation versus learning from the speakers - and just the right amount of group activities! The resources provided are helpful, especially the recommendation to make notes in a journal through the course to refer to later. I have done that and am surprised by how relevant it has been to actual work practices.”

Even if you've been to a million leadership courses, you've never been to one like the WLP!

Laura, 2019 Women's Leadership Program Graduate

2019-09-25T03:44:07+10:00

Laura, 2019 Women's Leadership Program Graduate

“Even if you've been to a million leadership courses, you've never been to one like the WLP!”

Completing the Women’s Leadership Program has been a highlight of my career. It has allowed me to explore what leadership means to me, provided me with access to a network of amazing leaders across industries, and the opportunity to hear from a variety of keynote speakers who all role-model adaptive leadership in making an impact within their organisations and communities.

Emma Wu, Customer Experience Lead at ANZ Bank, 2019 Participant

2019-09-25T03:07:15+10:00

Emma Wu, Customer Experience Lead at ANZ Bank, 2019 Participant

Short versi “Completing the Women’s Leadership Program has been a highlight of my career. It has allowed me to explore what leadership means to me, provided me with access to a network of amazing leaders across industries, and the opportunity to hear from a variety of keynote speakers who all role-model adaptive leadership in making an impact within their organisations and communities.”

The program exposed me to new ways of approaching, interpreting and responding to various leadership styles. It helped clarify my leadership strengths, tendencies, preferences and challenges. The program provided me with clarity and confidence to move forward, be more effective and to challenge myself to grow. I loved every minute of it - even the 'real plays' that I was petrified about! They were fantastic and run so well on all levels.

2015 Women's Leadership Program Graduate

2019-09-25T03:41:41+10:00

2015 Women's Leadership Program Graduate

“This program exposed me to new ways of approaching, interpreting and responding to various leadership styles. It helped clarify my leadership strengths, tendencies, preferences and challenges. The program provided me with clarity and confidence to move forward, be more effective and to challenge myself to grow. I loved every minute of it - even the 'Real Plays' that I was petrified about! They were fantastic and run so well on all levels.”

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