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Executive development program for female executives begins

How to promote networking and female leadership: the executive development program for female executives begins

The program organized by Aula Magna works with the case method, with cases based on world leading companies such as Coca-Cola, Inditex, Uber, Ikea, Salesforce, FC Barcelona, ​​BBVA, Google and many more.

BY RRHHDigital, 05:00 – 25 March 2021

Companies committed to diversity are lucky, as a new edition of the Development Management Program (PDD) for women executives has started. The program, which lasts 20 weeks, is 100% online and interactive, to encourage networking among its participants from all over Spain. The program works with the case method, with cases based on companies that are world leaders such as Coca-Cola, Inditex, Uber, Ikea, Salesforce, FC Barcelona, ​​BBVA, Google and many more. It also has teachers who practice professionally in their areas of expertise.

Likewise, Aula Magna maintains its firm commitment to comply with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals and is committed to quality education (4), gender equality (5), work decent and economic growth (8) and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals.

Collaborations with companies

The program is well received by businesses. More specifically, the HR and CSR departments, since they see the needs in terms of equality and pay equity plans covered, as well as in the publication of the extra-financial results report. In addition, the program is eligible and is tailored to the real needs of a working woman, in an online and interactive format.

They offer agreements for companies or associations of 2 registered, such as the Mtua dels Enginyers which grants 2 places for the next edition, in its clear commitment to STEM women.

Registration for the new edition is open

The next edition of the Development Policy Directive (DP) starts on April 16.

Aula Magna has been appointed ambassador in Spain for the prestigious Women in Data Science (WiDS) program at Stanford University, for which collaborations and speakers are coming to an end. In addition, she recently recruited the world’s most influential woman in tech, Anna N. Schlegel, according to prestigious magazine Analytics Insight.

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