In this course, you will learn how to level up your self-awareness and understand better your values, motives, leadership styles, and team roles. This program will help you challenge your assumptions, learn the power game, and work on effective leadership strategies by exploring perceptions, behaviors, and stereotypes.
The face-to-face experience combines videos, case studies, simulation, psychometric analysis, self-exploratory exercise, and working on your action plan.
Highly practical, you can put what you have learned into action to empower yourself immediately after the course. By interacting with other high-performing women, you will explore best practices, share insights, compare experiences, and discuss your ideas and challenges.
This workshop is useful for senior and mid-level female executives who want to improve in virtue and effectiveness within their business without losing their feminity and authenticity. Participants from all functional areas and all industries are welcome.
”Through a provoking workshop, an important first step towards becoming an aware and confident leader”Martha Hughes
Transaction Management Officer – Project Finance
European Investment Bank
”The best about this workshop is being among experienced women and having the time to reflect”Julie Ludmann
New Markets Business Development Director
”Working alongside such competent and experienced women presented a unique opportunity to grow professionally and develop my skills which I plan to implement in the workplace”Una Clifford
Senior Strategy Advisor
European Investment Bank
‘Very good and interesting examples with practical exercises”Francesca Fiorica
Associate Director – Fund Administration Luxembourg Operations
Tristan Capital Partners
Dr. Mirna Korican Lajtman obtained her Master’s degree in social psychology and her Ph.D. from the University of St. Gallen (Switzerland). Dr. Korican Lajtman is an Associate Professor at the Luxembourg School of Business. In addition, she expanded her professional expertise during study visits at partner universities, IESE (Spain), St. Ambrose University (USA), John Carroll University (USA), ESB Business School, Reutlingen University (Germany), and International Business School at Vilnius University (Lithuania). Over the years, she has worked as a project manager for a research and marketing agency, a consultant on several EU projects, and an HR associate in Rimac Automobili, and she also serves and consults several startups. Through seminars and consulting projects, she worked for the European Investment Bank, Ericsson Nikola Tesla, Ernst & Young, Fidifarm, KPMG, Lidl, PwC Croatia, and SES.