Leadership & Innovative Skills for Aviation Women Leaders


The aviation industry has developed extensively since its establishment. Despite these amazing achievements, figures show that there is still a way to go for women in aviation. These women faced various challenges, which result in setbacks to their effective growth in the industry. Despite aviation being considered a male-dominated field, women have made significant contributions to that progress throughout the decades. There is still a way to go before we reach gender parity. It is the aim of this course to enhance essential leadership skills and build a solid foundation for career excellence in the aviation sector helping to press for progress.


Place Duration Date Range Fees
GATA  3 Days  On Request GHS 1200.00

What you will Learn

Adopt the appropriate leadership styles and attitudes for successful aviation leadership.

Understand how to apply leadership skills for managing an organization

Examine the role of leadership and Gender Equality: Defy limitations and take charge of your aviation career.

Build resilience and establish a healthy work-life balance.

Develop methods to effectively manage risk and overcome stress.

Foster innovation and drive change as a leader of tomorrow.

Innovate approaches to problem-solving, critical thinking and innovative skills.

Recognise the need for strategies alongside policies within the aviation industry.

What is Covered

Major leadership theories and implications of leadership theory for practitioners.

An evaluation of pre-existing barriers that may be influenced by cultural, technological, financial, and social factors.

Breaking the inequality: Human values inclusivity and diversity

Disaster risk management

Examine aviation leadership through diversity

Identify team evolution development stages

Appreciate core values: Foundation of Character and Behaviour

Factors to foster aviation women leadership.

Cultivating confident communication and better relationships

Refining the skills for innovative aviation women leaders.

Resilience in an ever-changing aviation environment.

Leaving a lasting impact with your networking

Knowledge Outcomes

Discussions (experiential learning)

Lecture with discussion

Case study

Plenary sessions


Civil aviation women administrations, airport, airline, tour operators, cargo, freight forwarding.

Target Audience

Senior Aviation Executives, Managers at all levels of various disciplines in airline, airport, aerospace and air space management sectors

Aviation Business Developers

Aviation Business Partners


Air Traffic Controllers,

Aviation related business executives and aviation women enthusiasts

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