Challenge social inequality by developing your feminist transformational leadership skills with the University of the West Indies.
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Explore transformative leadership strategies from a feminist perspective
Guided by experts in gender and development studies, this three-week course will introduce you to feminist transformational leadership theory and practice.
You’ll investigate the core principles of feminist transformational leadership and learn to lead in a way that is inclusive and empowering. You’ll discover how to reframe traditional, gendered definitions of leadership and gain the skills to put this leadership style into practice.
Examine the achievements of exemplary women leaders
Drawing from the experiences of female leaders and activists, you’ll explore how feminist transformational leadership has contributed to their success.
You’ll evaluate the mindsets and approaches of powerful women including Indira Gandhi, Madeleine Albright, and Peggy Antrobus, learning how feminist transformational leadership helped them make their mark on the global stage.
With this knowledge, you’ll be able to develop your own leadership style, influenced by the work of internationally recognised female leaders.
Learn to lead with a focus on social justice and ethical practice
Feminist transformational leaders have a responsibility to advocate for sustainable development and environmental conservation.
Using real-world case studies, you’ll learn to employ a range of leadership strategies that positively impact both people and the planet.
Plan your visionary action as a transformational leader
Bringing together your learning from previous weeks, you’ll identify the leadership qualities that you already possess and develop a leadership plan and style to effect positive change in your organisation or community.
By the end of this course, you’ll be able to apply your knowledge of feminist transformational leadership in your personal context and lead with a transparent, inclusive vision.
Who is the course for?
This course is designed for anyone interested in social justice, social change, and how to use core principles of feminist and transformational leadership in their careers.
It’s suitable for men and women at any stage of their career, including senior managers who want to upskill or expand the scope of their current leadership approach, as well as anyone with aspirations of leadership.