'Next Level' is AWDT's new six-month leadership programe that supports the aspirations of women involved in New Zealand's primary sector and rural communities.
Taking a holistic approach, Next Level combines individual learning and support with the power of a group of like-minded women in a trusted environment.
Next Level is for women who want to play bigger in creating social, economic and environmental change in their primary sector careers and communities. The programme empowers women to understand their leadership "why", set their direction and map a pathway to reach their goals.
Next Level 2020 is now full, Please click below to register on the waitlist
Next Level is open to all farming and industry women. Each programme is limited to 15 participants.
The investment of Next Level is $3000 + GST. A non-refundable deposit of $250 +GST is required to confirm your registration. To register your place, select 'Register for Next Level 2020' below.
In our 6 months together we will:
- Discover what holds you back, gain the confidence and courage to propel forward
- Find new ways to lead and influence positive change
- Understand governance and pathways to governance
- Own communication skills that don't wilt under pressure
- Connect with your tribe of like-minded, supportive women
- Clarify your future direction, create a personal plan of action
Two locations: Palmerston North and Christchurch
Two 2.5-day, face-to-face modules
Adaptive learning through your choice of six online learning modules
Two individual executive coaching sessions between modules
A maximum of 15 participants per programme
What the 2019 Alumni have to say
“ I thought I was on a mission to find my "why". Actually I had that all along, it was my "how" that needed clarity. I now see myself as a leader and endeavour to always act as a leader, using a positive voice to advocate for and influence within our industry and community.”
“Next Level has refocused me - made me consider further education, broadening my networks and being part of governance roles outside of my business.”