Women in Learning Leadership

Learning Leaders Alliance Archive

Learning Leaders Winter Forum 2021 - February 25, 2021

Kate Graham

Head of Content
Fosway Group

Research shows women are twice as likely to have administrative support roles—and half as likely to have leadership positions—in L&D as men. Supporting awareness of gender equality and creating environments committed to a more diverse future is something all organizations are seeking to do well.

In this session we will examine some of the forces that are contributing to gender inequality, and explore ways to bridge the gap in our organizations and in our personal careers. We will explore what women can do to proactively design their learning careers and discuss what ‘success’ really looks like. For some it is becoming a learning leader; for others it might be about creating space to research and write or having greater flexibility or specialty within our field. We will share specific tips on how to build your confidence, overcome barriers, and enhance your network. Join us for a discussion that supports women in building their careers so we can help to find a better balance across our industry.

Session Video

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