Session schedule

2022 programme

Whether you are an aspiring female leader or have a member of your team looking to develop their leadership skills further, the Women’s Leadership Programme aims to support you, your career, and your organisation.

We are aiming to deliver this programme in person so have delayed this programme to start in March 2022.

Session 1 

29 March 2022, 09:30 - 17:00
Aims, career goal setting and exploring your leadership skills

    • Full day in person at a Cambridge venue
    • Setting your learning and career objectives and exploring your leadership flexibility.

Session 2

26th April 2022, 09:30 - 13:30
Developing self-awareness

    • Half-day virtual session
    • Developing even greater self-awareness and exploring how you relate to others.

Session 3 

24 May 2022, 09:30 - 13:30
Personal and leadership resilience

    • Half-day virtual session
    • Developing self-compassion and effective wellbeing habits.

Session 4 

21 June 2022, 09:30 - 13:30
Personal branding, confidence and influence

    • Half-day virtual session
    • Understanding how we show up and what we are known for.

Speaker and sponsor evening

  • Evening virtual session
  • Invite your sponsor to hear our guest speaker and virtually network with other participants.
  • Date to be confirmed.

Session 5 

5th July 2022, 09:30 - 13:30
Being strategic

    • Half-day virtual session
    • Developing the ability to see around corners.

Session 6 

13th September 2022, 09:30 - 17:00
Organisational dynamics

    • Full day in person at a Cambridge venue
    • Further developing our relational skills.

To register your interest, contact Lucy Plumb.

“I feel that the Women’s Leadership Programme has given me the confidence to support other women and to improve our working practices at Fauna and Flora International. I definitely learned a lot from Christina and Lynn on how to do this, especially in creating an atmosphere of ‘looking after one another’, something I had really felt during the Women’s Leadership Programme. It is so encouraging to see positive outcomes coming from the workshop already.”

Marianne Carter is Director of Conservation Capacity and Leadership at Fauna and Flora International.