Over 80% of companies worldwide see leadership as a major challenge. Fewer than 10% feel they are ready to meet this challenge.
Women in leadership must learn how to skillfully and confidently:
Women in leadership must build networks that discuss:
Given these resources, women in leadership will:
High-performing companies spend 1.5 to 2 times more on leadership than other companies, and reap results that are triple or quadruple the levels of their competitors. Their investments must be well-informed, and engage true world leaders that create permanent, positive changes in business behavior. Sherpa is the most qualified business partner to guarantee that an investment in leadership development pays off.
The return on this investment comes through:
Tuition for the Women’s Leadership Summit (WLS) is based on attendance, at $5,800 per person. The typical enrollment is 8-12 people. Tuition includes:
Sherpa Coaching is a women-owned minority business enterprise based in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. Sherpa certifies executive coaches in partnership with major universities, going back to 2005.
Brenda Corbett, co-founder of Sherpa Coaching, writes and delivers material; under the ‘Sherpa Leadership Institute’ umbrella, and delivers related classes in coaching skills and techniques for executives and managers. Corbett authored ‘The Sherpa Guide: Process-Driven Executive Coaching’, the most well defined coaching process in print.