The IWF Executive Development Roundtable, is a two-day intensive leadership and development training for women leaders, which has a proven track-record of reportable increase of self-efficacy, goal setting and leadership development for participants. EDR’s can be used as a powerful retention tool for an organization looking to develop female talent. Program curriculum is customized based on company strategy and audience level. EDR’s have been developed for emerging leaders, C-suite level leaders and cohorts that include men in the process of developing female talent.
Throughout the program, emphasis is placed on promoting relationships among the participants and building bridges across the organization. EDRs are interactive and engaging to further connections and foster peer networking and mentoring among the group.
The EDR nurtures talent and improves retention while providing a motivational setting for exposure and personal development are designed with cultural and organizational sensitivities in mind and are produced worldwide. IWF has delivered the program for corporations and governments in numerous locations around the world.
“It was inspiring for me to see and hear how women from different walks of life – highly talented and who have
achieved so much – can remain humble. Thank you to those speakers who availed themselves to be shoulders
that people like me can climb on in order to succeed.”
– Participant from South African Air-Force (2010)
“I was inspired to move forward no matter what the challenge.”
– Participant from BAE Systems, Inc. (2012)
“The diversity of topics broadened our thinking while also being relevant to our current reality and challenges.”
– Participant from State Farm Insurance (2013)
“ I am grateful for the opportunity to hear such powerful and diverse women sharing their experiences. The speakers are of such high quality. I have personally grown in leaps over the past two days.” – Participant from Walmart (2012)
“Outstanding! Overall this was one of the best specialized educational opportunities that I have attended.”
– Participant from FedEx (2012)