Our Women of Influence Advancement Centre offers development programs that give the women in your organization the tools they need to thrive, and equips your leaders to support their journey. From leadership strategy to presence and communication, we can help them meet their potential — on their schedule, in your space.
– Advancing Talented Women™ has a proven track record of helping women identify their own career advancement strategy.
– Coaching Talented Women™ shares the specific tools needed to develop and coach women to advance their career.
– The Inclusive Leader™ help all leaders identify unconscious bias and lead differently as a result.
Interested in learning how your organization can benefit? Contact Christine Laperriere, Executive Director of the Women of Influence Advancement Centre.
Christine Laperriere is the president of Leader In Motion, an organization focused on developing high potential talent, the Executive Director of the Women of Influence Advancement Centre, and the Amazon #1 Bestselling author of Too Busy to Be Happy — a guide to Using Emotional Real Estate to Grow Your Work-Life Wisdom. Each year she works with 100 high potential professionals to advance their leadership capabilities and careers, with special expertise in burnout-free high performing teams, women’s advancement and inclusive leadership.
Her background includes an undergraduate and master’s degrees in mechanical engineering, certifications in psychotherapy, Neuro-Linguistic Programming and executive coaching, along with years in design engineering and management consulting. After years as an automotive design engineer, she joined a management consulting firm and gained further expertise on restructuring and implementing organizational change. In 2008 she made the bold decision to begin her own business selling and leading sales transformations and growing the impact of high potential talent. In 2012, Leader In Motion partnered with Women of Influence to develop and grow an Advancement Centre fully focused on advancing high potential women.
Christine has worked with numerous companies over the past 14 years of her consulting career including Scotiabank, McCormick Foods, Dentons, KPMG, Vanguard Investments, Vale, Samsung, TD Canada Trust, Sun Rich Fresh Foods, SureShot Dispensing, SureWerx Safety and Porter Airlines. Christine has been a keynote speaker at numerous corporate events for companies such as Transcontinental, Marriott, AmEx and has been featured on CTV News, in the Globe and Mail Report on Business, and has written an advice column for Women of Influence Magazine for 7 years. She is also a regular on short list of top-ranking podcasts.
Contact Christine for a customized solution that will give the women in your organization the tools they need to thrive.
Our curriculum is built on six targeted, one-day courses designed to help high-potential women gain critical skills, habits, and mindsets to support the growth of a successful career. They respond directly to common pitfalls for women in business outlined in our Women of Influence White Paper on the Solutions to Women’s Advancement, which examines how top female executives define their leadership style, strengths, and challenges.
Revolving around the concept of influence, and based on the evidence of blind spots and pitfalls that have caused women to falter on their path to the top, our specialized and practical course material can be immediately applied for results in the workplace.
In this innovative curriculum, women learn to:
Every engagement begins with a conversation about what your organization needs to advance. We’ll then work with you to build a customized program, ranging in length from one day up to eighteen months, and designed to address the specific pain points of your female employees, enabling them—and ultimately your organization—to thrive.
Our programs can include:
“Less than one in five talented, experienced and ambitious women today are advancing into senior roles and even less into positions of leadership”
Women of Influence, White Paper “The Solutions to Women’s Advancement”