We are proud to announce that The Citi Foundation and Women's World Banking are collaborating to promote women's leadership in microfinance in honor of International Women's Day!
Women's World Banking's Women in Leadership Program has been featured in Spasifik, a magazine connecting people across New Zealand and the Pacific. Spasifik is New Zealand’s only publication dedicated to both Maori and Pacific people.
Women’s World Banking (WWB) is proud to have partnered with KPMG Europe LLP (KPMG) for the second year to host the Women in Leadership Program, beginning today in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. The program, taking place from October 14th to 19th, 2012 brings together 21 women in management and leadership roles from 19 institutions in 11 countries in Sub Saharan Africa and the Middle East.
Women’s World Banking’s Center for Microfinance Leadership is proud to announce the 2012 Women in Leadership Program to be held from November 12 to 16, 2012 in Auckland, New Zealand. We are delighted that New Zealand Aid, the New Zealand Government’s international aide and development program is WWB’s funding partner for this signature program.Creative Metier Limited, a leading edge consultancy specializing in organization development, leadership and career development, will deliver the program.
The course targets women who are currently occupying senior leadership positions in their organizations. The curriculum enables participants to increase their understanding of various models of leadership and better understand their individual leadership style. Throughout the six-day course and ongoing mentoring relationships with KPMG senior women, participants develop skills to build and maintain mutually challenging and supportive relationships with other women leaders.
Women’s World Banking (WWB) is proud to announce that KPMG Europe LLP (KPMG), a global network of professional firms providing audit, advisory and tax services, has agreed to host and collaborate on WWB’s Women in Leadership Program. The first step in this collaboration will be to host the Women in Leadership Workshop taking place in fall 2011 in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Women’s World Banking’s Center for Microfinance Leadership is proud to be hosting the 2011 Women in Leadership Program for the Middle East, North Africa and Sub-Saharan Africa from July 17 to 21, 2011 in Amman, Jordan. We are delighted that Microfund for Women, a leading Jordanian microfinance institution and member of the WWB network, will be our local co-host for this program.
The Women in Leadership Program, delivered by Creative Metier, targets high potential women managers in microfinance institutions who have demonstrated the ability to lead people in the organization and who are being considered for more senior leadership positions. Eligible candidates are women professionals who are motivated to take on new leadership challenges and opportunities. Participants develop their own road map to leadership and leave with an individualized action plan, as well as peer support, to help them achieve their goals.
Eligibility: The Center’s offerings are available to WWB network members and the top 200 MFPs worldwide who demonstrate excellence as measured by the Composite Ranking of The Microfinance Information Exchange (The MIX).
Dear Women in Leadership Workshop Participants,
This month's discussion question comes from Sokha Phoeuk. Sokha writes:
This month I would like to submit a new question for leading a discussion. Before that I would describe a little bit about THANEAKEA PHUM (CAMBODIA) LTD. which I currently working for but what I observe is we have a few women only who handle in the management position like me as well as other MFIs.