Open until 13/03/23
Open until 13/03/23
Redefine your leadership style with SW50 to further boost your career. Over 700 women leaders from 11 countries have already done it.
A unique internacional opportunity for women leaders in collaboration with the London School of Economics
Santander W50 leadership programme, launched by Banco Santander, mainly sets out to deliver high performance training for 50 women who hold upper management positions in companies in any sector, who are looking to develop and refine their own leadership style. In addition to the full cost of the training programme, the scholarship includes costs for accommodation in London during the dates when the programme is running.
What does this mean for you
Every year, for twelve years now, through the Santander W50 programme, we offer 50 seats for women in senior management positions to access the opportunity of receiving intensive training in which they acquire not only the tools to streamline their own leadership style, but also the great opportunity to boost their careers and be ready to access top management positions or Boards of Directors.
In addition to the training and individual coaching, participants will be able to share their experiences within a global community that already includes over 700 international women leaders.
About the program
Participants will learn how to enhance their personal leadership style through training, experiential sessions and one-to-one coaching. In addition, they will have the opportunity to share experiences with women from different countries and join the global network SW50 for female leaders.
• What is leadership. Developing your leadership style
• Power and influence
• Leading change
• Communicating with Impact + Coaching sessions
• Leading for innovation
• The multicultural workplace
CEO PwC Foundation
Head of Enterprise Ad Sales at Uber
Strategic Alliances Leader SAS / Founder Women4Cyber Spain
Chief Executive Officer of Impact
Renewable Energy Storage
Board Member e Founder 30% Club Brazil
Ella Chalfon Medvedeva
Managing director Nomura
Luz Helena Hanauer
Executive Director of WDB Trust
Global Trade Expert
"Having a higher proportion of women in management positions is fair and good for business. As well as talent, women offer complementary skills to those of men: better interpersonal communication, cooperation, horizontal thinking, greater empathy and the ability to prioritise."
Executive Chairman at Banco Santander