A Transformational Leadership Experience For Women, By Women
The Women in Leadership Institute
Orlando, FL & Virtual | Nov 13-16, 2023
Supercharge Your Leadership Journey at WIL
The Women in Leadership Institute™ (WIL) is a four-day learning conference equipping women leaders with actionable strategies to overcome the hurdles they often face in the workplace.
Presented by SHRM, this immersive leadership opportunity accelerates the advancement of women across all levels, industries and roles, while providing career-changing networking opportunities. We know women leaders need flexibility—so WIL returns this year with in-person and virtual conference options! Choose the format that fits your schedule.
Why Experience WIL in 2023?
Women leaders need support at this critical time. The hurdles women face to advancement in the workplace have never been greater and burnout is at an all-time high.
The Women in Leadership Institute meets this unique moment and partners with women leaders on their path to advancement. Attendees benefit from inspiring keynotes, master classes on the topics most impacting women, networking and community, insights from an assessment, and more.
Designed for individual women leaders or groups of women leaders from an organization, the Women in Leadership Institute is the experience of a lifetime.
4 Days of Immersive Training
Skill-Building Sessions & Workshops
Assessments Designed for Women
Peer-Learning Small-Group Sessions (All-Access)
Vice Chairman, Managing Director and Senior Client Advisor at Morgan Stanley | Co-Chair, Women in Leadership Institute™
Women Who Experience WIL Achieve Incredible Results
Take more time to define their strengths & talents as a leader
Have gained more self-confidence
Received a 6-12% increase in compensation
Are more often recognized for their contributions
“[WIL] brought forward transparent conversations around what it means to be a female leader and bring your authentic self to work. Hearing these insights and the power of building, maintaining and leveraging personal networks was inspiring.”