Gender, Family, and Caregiving in Leadership
Find strategies to navigate personal and professional growth in your leadership journey. Coach your team and help your organization promote the advancement of diverse leadership.
Purpose and Impact
Gender, Family, and Caregiving in Leadership is an interactive virtual workshop designed to help you build self-awareness and confidence in your leadership journey. Plan to navigate personal growth in your organization, while learning to coach your team and develop the next generation of leaders.
Through case studies and discussion with peers, you will explore how dimensions of personal identity intersect with your leadership career – across genders, generations, families, cultures, and more. Consider your individual leadership path, use design principles to make intentional decisions about your future, and then find practical strategies to help your organization promote inclusive leadership growth.
Gender, Family, and Caregiving in Leadership welcomes participants at any stage of their leadership journey across all backgrounds and lived experiences. The workshop is particularly relevant for established leaders with talent development responsibilities but will also benefit emerging leaders navigating professional growth. The sessions are ideal for HR professionals, leaders with EDI-focused responsibilities, consultants, and coaches.
- Map the impact of gender, family, age, caregiving, and other dimensions of identity on motivation and success in leadership.
- Create a plan to align your personal identity and professional growth at work.
- Effectively coach your team members on their leadership and career development.
- Identify talent development strategies that empower new and future leaders and nurture inclusive leadership growth in your organization.
Ivey Advanced Impact Certificate
Gender, Family, and Caregiving in Leadership is eligible for your Inclusive Leader Certificate pathway. Click here to learn more and view additional program options.
How You Learn
Gender, Family, and Caregiving in Leadership is an intensive workshop designed for interactive participation and group learning. You will work with peers from across organizations to share insights, learn best practices, and plan key takeaways for your organization.Learn more about the Ivey Experience
Return on Investment
- Earn a credential from Ivey Business School. Your Gender, Family, and Caregiving in Leadership digital badge is linked to a unique URL, allowing you to showcase your advanced proficiency in online profiles.
- Enhance your awareness to become a more effective, inclusive, emotionally intelligent leader.
- Receive exclusive event invitations and curated collections of thought leadership and research from Ivey Business School.
- Nurture sustainable high performance in your team and demonstrate your leadership capability.
- Implement a capstone project that helps you apply your learning immediately at work.
- Share new perspectives, frameworks, and research from Ivey with your team to build a greater sense of collaboration and cohesion.
- Help your team and organization develop diverse future leaders.
Online programs are delivered through a blend of live interactive virtual sessions with Ivey faculty facilitators and self-paced learning modules. Each module guides you through videos, cases, and exercises that help you prepare for and reflect on your learning. You’ll then participate in a live online class to discuss and apply your new knowledge with peers and faculty. All components of virtual programs are required for participants.
Organizations and participants in Canada may benefit from the Canada Job Grant or the Canada Training Credit to offset a portion of program fees. Visit our Funding Resources page to learn more.
Our program managers will contact all registered participants prior to the program start date with instructions to join our online Learning Management System. Once logged in, you will be able to create a class profile, view other participants' profiles, and access a list of assigned pre-reading, cases, and activities. Plan to review and complete preparation work in advance of each class session.