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International Women’s Day Competition

Win a free place at this years Women's Leadership Network conference by entering our competition. In no more than 50 words tell us why it is important to support other women to recognise and celebrate their leadership skills. Email entries to info@wlnfe.org.uk by 09/03/16. The best entry...

Announcing the Women on the Move Seminar

Are you going through a mid-life career change? This may be something you have chosen to do, or it may be something that is, or could be, forced upon you. A career change can feel scary, demoralising, exciting or liberating. Or all of those things at...

‘Women on the Move’ report

Sally Dicketts, chair of the Women’s Leadership Network, will launch the Women on the Move report at the annual WLN conference in Westminster on 17 June. Over the past two years Hilary Stone and Judith Williams have been researching into the transitions women leaders, age 50 to...

Gender, Leadership, and the Public Sector Equality Duty

Has the Public Sector Equality Duty (PSED) increased the level of women in senior leadership positions of English Further Education (F.E.) colleges? This research investigated the glass ceiling, culture and leadership style of F.E. colleges in England as well as the impact of the PSED on...

WLN Conference 2015

Women leaders in Further Education were told by Anne Doyle, journalist, author and former Director at Ford Motor Company to ‘embrace and exert our women power’ at the annual conference of the Women’s Leadership Network entitled ‘Women mean Business’ held in London 0n 17 June. Anne,...

Calling for nominations for the WLN Star Award 2015

The Women’s Leadership Network is calling for nominations for its Star Award 2015. The award, sponsored by AA Projects, will be presented to a person who has made a significant contribution to women’s leadership. The winner will be announced at the annual WLN conference taking place in London on...

WLN celebrates International Women’s Day

The Women’s Leadership Network is celebrating International Women’s Day by offering 40 free places for aspiring female leaders at the annual WLN conference. The Education and Training Foundation will be funding 40 bursary places for women with leadership potential to attend the conference taking place at...

North-East region celebrates IWD

Middlesbrough College were heavily involved in the planning of Teesside International Women’s Day which was hosted by Middlesbrough Council on Saturday 7 March 2015. As part of the Teesside International Women’s Day event the college’s History and Sociology students created a display surrounding International Women’s Day.  This display was showcased...