Senior Women Leaders Programme
This programme is designed for women leaders in the public service to help improve their leadership skills and offer innovative and lasting solutions to the current organisational challenges. These leaders are committed to the public service and see it as an employer of choice and are looking for ways to improve their own performance, their teams and organisations.These women have been working as Senior Managers for at least 5 years and despite their best efforts somehow feel stuck and overwhelmed however they are willing and able to bring greater clarity in their jobs, find innovative solutions to their daily challenges and empower their teams to deliver whilst being true to who they are and what they stand for.
The programme aims to empower women leaders to lead more authentically and be more attune with themselves and their feminine strengths.
The programme will specifically equip women leaders with PamTheCoach’s 5C’s to being an Attuned Women Leader namely:
The programme will be delivered over a 12-month period through the following:
• Own Leadership Growth Plan based on individual assessment
About the Host
The programme is hosted Pam Yako who is a leadership coach, mentor, entrepreneur and specializes in working with women leaders by helping them journey from a state of discontent and lack of clarity to a point of happiness and attunement. She holds a B Com degree and a Masters in Business Leadership and has worked as a senior executive in the public service for more than 14 years. She has been a Director General for two national departments and has also served as a Municipal Manager.
The Financial Investment
The programme investment over the 12 months period is:
R 74 100 (including VAT) and includes all the costs of materials, individual coaching, workshops and associated meals.
Programme Commencement - Tuesday 25 April 2017
Are you game?
"Women hold a special place in society and play an important role in nurturing organizations, businesses and families. More often than not this is met with resistance or lack of appreciation and then women start to feel unworthy and lose self-confidence."