The Case for Women In Leadership Programs

Publisher: Orange Grove Consulting

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The Case for Women In Leadership Programs

Over the many years that we’ve been offering women in leadership programs for several clients and multiple cohorts, results have been consistently positive with participants reporting continued career successes through applying program skills. They also benefit from access to a strong alumnae network of prior program participants. Since we’ve expanded our leadership development offerings to feature a wide offering of mixed gender programs – we often get the question: Why still run women-only programs?