Gravitas is the secret weapon of women who lead.
The core focus of our short courses and workshops is to help more women to be the obvious choice for major career advancement. We want more women to take their seat at the table, be it in the boardroom or the executive suite.
Women want to go to Harvard, INSEAD and Wharton to learn about leadership theory, but when they need to know how to lead, they contact us.
Why? Because The Gravitas Lab offers the only short courses and workshops that provide the practical and mindset changes women need to move to the next stage of their career.
I founded The Gravitas Lab because if I don’t show you the things that are not being taught in business school, who will?
And I want you to know that leaders today need gravitas to make an impact and be heard.
The woman with gravitas is the one you want to be with and around. They know what to say and when to say it and rarely have any awkward moments. They fit in while standing out. Those with gravitas deal with the weighty issues and have the ability to be seen as a person of authority who engages and influences others while holding their own in difficult or unprecedented situations.
Gravitas is a learned behaviour and a surprising amount of progress can be made once you unlock an individual’s gravitas.
At The Gravitas Lab we are all about sharing our knowledge and helping women across your organisation become the obvious choice for the next step in their career, and the next, and the next.
We come to you to deliver our short courses and workshops, inhouse and onsite, to both large and small groups.
“Amanda presented the “Hidden Jobs and Networks” workshop at our HO in Sydney. Because of the feedback and it was so well received, I invited her back for our DXC Business Women and White Chocolate Day event, which was livestreamed across Australia and New Zealand”. Tracy Strickland, Manager Training and Education, Consulting – ANZ Lead AGILE University – Women in Leadership Coordinator, DXC Technology
Please get in touch to discuss fees, availability and course content.