In partnership with the InClaritas Foundation, the United Nations Institute for Training and Research (UNITAR) is holding Leading in Times of Global Transition, a retreat for women senior leaders. The three-day intensive retreat aims to achieve heightened personal leadership skills.
The Retreat will provide the participants with key principles for practical, modern governance solutions, but will focus on understanding personal intelligence and intuition rather than a fixed theory or technique. The participants will learn how to apply these with creativity and confidence, as well as strengthen their network and sense of connection.
InClaritas is a not for profit organization that draws on cutting-edge discoveries in art and science to educate and inspire thought leaders in civic society. The retreat Leading in Times of Global Transition will be delivered by Harry Starren and Karin Jironet, co-founders of InClaritas, as well as Lena Lid Falkman (leadership and communication scholar) and Tania Dussey-Cavassini, Ambassador for Global Health and Vice-Director General of the Swiss Federal Office for Public Health.
UNITAR is a training arm of the United Nations System that serves over 40,000 beneficiaries annual by conducting close to 500 capacity development and research activities around the world. UNITAR’s Women’s Leadership Programme is working with UN Women and across the UN System to promote gender equality and women’s full and effective participation and leadership at all levels of political life.