Leadership Development Curriculum and Communities for Women in Mid-Career Stages
EWF’s Executive Women’s Foundry provides proven leadership development programs and communities provide the clarity, tools, and relationships to navigate your career and open doors through every season of your life
A dynamic combination of lecture, discussion, assessments, and workshops, our programs for mid-career women go beyond traditional management training to include strategies to overcome challenges and leverage strengths for women in business.
Emerging Leaders Program
Focusing on self-awareness, career navigation, and building strategic, financial, and business acumen, the Emerging Leaders Program is perfect for individual contributors looking to advance and more seasoned leaders looking for a refresher.
Designed to help seasoned women professionals prepare for more senior executive leadership, the Catalyst Program helps you navigate and master more sophisticated strategic, financial, political, and cultural forces that help you deliver real business results.
“I think the best part of this program is that it’s given me dedicated time to focus exclusively on my career advancement, outside the noise of the day-to-day at work, and with two kids – it can be crazy. This is a great tool for a woman who has a busy schedule but still wants to advance her career – it’s a worthwhile investment.”
Crystal Shin, Director of Business Development, Goldin Peiser & Peiser
“This program has really helped me understand what my true “superpowers” are and how to use them to be more successful and impactful in my work. If you’re looking for a program that helps you more deeply understand who you are, what you want, and how to use your strengths to get there, this is for you. And the networking is great, too!”
Dewanna Jefferson, Senior Technical Project Manager, Planet Home Lending
“It’s such a great experience to be in a group of supportive women all helping each other advance their careers. It’s really giving the language to more effectively talk to my upper management as well as be a more effective leader with my staff. What I’m learning is helping me not only with my career progression, but in my personal life as well.”