WOW - World of Women in Leadership

Women in Leadership 

Do you have a plan for your star performing women leaders and aspiring women leaders from leaning out?

Most research on women leaders predominantly focus on their climb up the ladder. But what are the delights and dilemmas faced by women in senior leadership roles? We wanted to build empirical evidence through strong narratives with a focus on identifying competencies that helped women ARRIVE, STRIVE and THRIVE.  

Our research led us to a unique trademarked framework to engage and promote women leaders in every critical interface in their careers. We proudly call this research The Leadership Geometry™ and the framework is called The Sacred Corridor for Leadership™, for women professionals.

The research and its findings have helped us devise a practical and highly experiential learning journey to help organisations and women professionals to connect the dots between their profession, passion and purpose.

Our highly experienced team of global mentors and coaches are committed to creating meaningful transformations for women at work and the diversity, equity, inclusion and belonging strategies and policies for organisations. Our exclusive solutions for promoting women leadership include curated mentoring journeys, powerful coaching engagements and uniquely crafted vital programmes in the space of Women Leadership Development.

Women In Leadership

Global Coaching Lab’s Trademarked Women Leadership Framework

This is a powerful three-step framework that helps women leaders deeply reflect and practically devise strategies across Portals of Entry, Rituals of Passages and the Sanctum of Possibilities. 

The Sacred Corridor for Leadership

To understand the various portals mentioned in this framework and to find out how to reach the Sanctum of Possibilities, download the WOW factors Report. 

Women of the World in Leadership (WOW Factors) Research Study – Facts, Perspectives and Stories

WOW FACTORS is a qualitative study drawing narratives from 26 women across 17 geographies and a myriad of industries. In-depth interviews were conducted with the study participants that ranged from 75 to 120 minutes, which were recorded and later transcribed. With over 2600 minutes of live interaction, the narratives that emerged are enriching and inspiring.

Welcome to WOW Factors, a Celebration of Women Leaders who personify the power of intent, who share perspectives that amplify their impact, and empower possibilities for those who look up to them!

Our interaction with senior women leaders helped us discover three key milestones in their journey – Arrive, Strive and Thrive. Each of these inflection points represent a diverse set of priorities and challenges in their leadership journey.

Arrive

Arrive

Represents the key differentiators
aspiring women leaders focus on
to attain leadership roles.

Strive

Strive

Focuses on mechanisms to
navigate the web of expectations
women leaders deal with while
leading.

Thrive

Thrive

Delves on ways to remain inspired
both on the personal front and the
organizational context. Building on
the skills and capabilities that
would help them and others, to
step up to the next rung of their
leadership potential.

What Women Leaders say about WOW Factors

26 Women Leaders took the time to share with us, their experiences and their perspectives, which has brought them to where they are now – highly successful and accomplished in their fields of vocation and volition.

This research report is a powerful tool that can open up multiple perspectives and possibilities for you in your Leadership journey.

Meet Our ‘WOW’ Women in Leadership

Cathy Ward

Cathy Ward
COO, APJ
SAP

Tatiana Ohm

Tatiana Ohm
Managing Director Global Accounts EMEA
Randstad Sourceright

Vidhya Ganesan

Vidhya Ganesan
Partner
McKinsey & Company

Anna Gong

Anna Gong
CEO & Founder
Perx Technologies

Gina McNamara

Gina McNamara
Regional CFO, APJ
SAP

Michelle Simmons

Michelle Simmons
CMO, Central & Eastern Europe
Microsoft

Jacqui Miranda

Jacqui Miranda
Head of Asia Specialist Sales
Microsoft

Ajanta Chatterjee

Ajanta Chatterjee
Sr. VP HR – Talent Management, OD , D&I
JSW Group

Neha Monga

Neha Monga
Area Business Group Leader, APAC
Microsoft

Jo Tyrer

Jo Tyrer
President Strategic Solutions
Sitecore

Mamta C

Mamta C.
GDS Business Consulting Leader
EY

Mary Elizabeth Porray

Mary Elizabeth Porray
Global Deputy Vice Chair, Client Technology
EY

Neelam Dhawan

Neelam Dhawan
Board Member
Royal Philips Netherlands, ICICI Bank Ltd, Yatra Online Inc, Skylo Technologies Inc, IIIT Delhi

Qamar Wan Noor

Qamar Wan Noor
Head, Operational Strategy
Sime Darby Oils

Anitha Scaria George

Anitha Scaria George
Vice President India COE and Country Leader
Celonis

Petula

Petula Thomas
CEO
Indo-Australian Chamber of Commerce

Dr. Vimala Sreenivasan

Dr. Vimala Sreenivasan
Senior Regional Sales Director,
Agilent Technologies

Hiroo Mirchandani

Hiroo Mirchandani
Independent Director,
Crompton Greaves Consumer Electricals, Tata Teleservices(Maharashtra), Nilkamal & MedPlus Health

Babit Baruah

Babit Baruah
Executive Director
VMLYR & Regional Client Lead, WPP

Deepshikha Dharmaraj

Deepshikha Dharmaraj
Chief Executive Officer
BCW India

Marzida Mohd Noor

Marzida Mohd Noor
Independent Non-Executive Director
Affin Bank Berhad & Heriot-Watt University Malaysia

Roopa Sampath Kumar

Roopa Sampath Kumar
Chief Financial Officer
Five-Star Business Finance Limited

Shikha Murali

Shikha Murali
Vice President
Teleperformance

Ramya Venkataraman

Ramya Venkataraman
Founder & CEO
CENTA

Rupinder Malik

Rupinder Malik
Partner
J. Sagar Associates

Priya Vivek

Priya Vivek
Managing Partner – Revenue
Qoruz

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