Based on current workplace trends, ELIW is designed to equip participants with the essential skills to successfully lead others and drive results.
ELIW combines quarterly skills-building sessions with monthly small group discussions focused on increasing leadership performance and developing career strategies for participants to advance within their organizations.
Small cohort meetings facilitated by executive coaches
Leadership assessments to build self-awareness
Select readings to supplement learnings
Participants benefit from:
- Practical instruction that delivers immediate impact and workplace application
- A certificate-based curriculum developed and taught by experienced executives
- The opportunity to build a network with a diverse group of senior executives from prestigious global companies
Carina JohnsonSenior Vice President, Servicing
It a great program that allowed me to professionally self-reflect on skills I need to improve, gain, or strengthen.
"The most impactful part of the ELIW program was the cohort component. This allowed me to talk to professional women from all kinds of sectors and have the opportunity to get feedback. It provided a platform for each of us to build relationships with one another and network. "
Kellie BickenbachSVP, Enterprise Operational Risk
I would recommend the ELIW program to others because it was both developmental and supportive!
"The openness and transparency brought through expert cohort facilitation by my Leader's Edge coach was refreshing and very useful. The program assignments further provided a pull-through and created a good platform for these cohort discussions and the leadership take-aways."
Vonda HamptonDirector, Global Marketing
My year in this program was nothing short of transformational!
"ELIW was an excellent, enriching development opportunity that I highly recommend to women executives who want to manage their careers with better intention and purpose. The curated content and assessments sharpen leadership skills, widen perspectives and bring greater awareness, bolstered by real-life applications of the cohort sessions."