Monday, May 2, 2022 to Monday, August 1, 2022
Supporting financial regulators to develop policies that close the gender gap in financial inclusion; Building the women’s leadership pipeline in regulatory organizations.
This virtual, 12-week global program, taught by Women’s World Banking and Faculty from Oxford University’s Saïd Business School, implemented together with the Alliance for Financial Inclusion, brings together senior officials (male/female/nonbinary) from central banks and other regulatory agencies and high-potential women from their respective institutions. Each senior official identifies a policy initiative to sponsor at their institution related to serving the women’s market, and will work with their high-potential woman leader to implement it, while simultaneously supporting her professional development during and after the program.
Senior officials are invited to join this unique program for financial regulators at the intersection of leadership development and women’s financial inclusion. The virtual program begins in May 2, 2022.
What it is:
This 12-week leadership development program equips senior officials from central banks and other regulatory agencies in emerging markets with the skills to create an enabling environment for women’s financial inclusion and advance women leaders within their institutions. The program is taught by Women’s World Banking and Oxford University’s Saïd Business School and implemented together with the Alliance for Financial Inclusion.
Participants join a series of interactive, live online sessions, individual and group assignments, peer action learning and expert consultation opportunities. Each senior official identifies a policy initiative to advance women’s financial inclusion, and selects a high-potential woman leader from their institution with whom to partner in designing and implementing this initiative. The senior official invests in the woman leader’s professional growth through career mentorship and sponsorship. Senior officials will receive 4 executive coaching sessions.
Why it is unique:
For nearly 20 years, Women’s World Banking has trained leaders from more than 80 countries. This is the only program for financial regulators at the intersection of leadership development and women’s financial inclusion. It equips participants with technical and strategic know-how to design gender-inclusive policy, and leadership skills to affect change. With a specific dual-track approach, senior officials gain the tools to sponsor their women leaders, modelling an approach for building a pipeline of gender diverse talent within their institutions.
What participants gain:
With expertise from Women’s World Banking, Alliance for Financial Inclusion and Oxford Saïd Business School’s world-class faculty participants will gain:
Leadership Skills: Learn core skills such as change management, influence, negotiation, emotional intelligence, and unconscious bias.
Women’s Financial Inclusion Knowledge: Understand global challenges and best practices in gender-inclusive policy design and implementation.
A Global Network: Engage in an action learning methodology that leverages peer-to-peer learning and support.
- Language English
- Keywords Financial Regulations