Women for the Board: Leadership & Resilience

7 January 2014

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Women for the Board is an innovative new programme to help women develop the skills, competences and behaviours essential for roles at board level.

Women for the Board is an innovative new programme to help women develop the skills, competences and behaviours essential for roles at board level.

Course director Dr. Ruth Sacks shares some thoughts on one of those key competences, resilience, in an article for Prowess 2.0.

Prowess 2.0 is an online centre for women in business offering online information, resources and directories of local, women friendly business support and networks.
 


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