The Management Certificate for Women (MCW) is a part-time professional program designed to enhance women’s management and leadership skills in a supportive environment while having opportunities to discuss the particular challenges women face in management. The program is held two consecutive days (Friday and Saturday) once per month from September to March for a total of 15 days at Carleton University. The program covers functional areas of management and encourages the transfer of learning from the classroom to the workplace as participants integrate new theories and skills with data and experience drawn from their own work setting. Please visit the program page for more information or download the printable fact sheet.
The Advancing Women in Leadership Program (AWLP) focuses on the inner journey of authentic, creative and ethical leadership for women in business, government and civil society. Please visit the program page for more information.
Thinking Like a Futurist: Strategic Leadership and Seeing Around Corners is a dynamic two-day program focused on strategic thinking and futures-focused leadership. In an era of exponential disruption, where accelerating technological change, global markets, and environmental crises are transforming the world, leaders are required to design and navigate complex futures. Are you ready to seize the advantages inherent in these opportunities and to help design possible and preferred futures? Please visit the program page for more information.
Curated Video Series (Distance Education)
The Crucial Conversations for Women in Management curated video series is part of the Distance Education initiative to reach out to women who may be unable to attend CREWW programs in person. This series offers women opportunities to learn about key topics relevant to women in management. Access the twelve documents in the series online.
Management Development Program for Women (Archived Program)
The Management Development Program for Women (MDPW) was offered from 1992-2014. Over 600 participants benefited from this professional program. When surveyed, an overwhelming percentage of these alumnae unequivocally stated that this unique program contributed to their career success and accelerated advancement.