Leadership for Women in Logistics

Effective Leaders have sound knowledge of both Business and People. They are able to integrate management expertise with strong motivational leadership skills for their personal progression and for company development.


Leadership for Women in Logistics is designed specifically for women working in the field of Logistics who aspire to develop skills for management and is built on the development of 3 distinct competencies for greater abilities in leadership:

  • Optimising Personal Influence
  • Making Decisions for Supply Chain/Logistics Efficiencies
  • Creating Leadership Strategies for Successful Staff Engagement


4 Consecutive Sessions over 4 weeks  -   9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.

Wednesday, 29th May, 5th , 12th, 19th June 2019   at   CILT 1 Fitzwilliam Pl. Dublin

Price:   € 800  per participant
Location:   1 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin 2  
Duration:   4 Day Course
Dates:  • Wednesday 29th May
• Wednesday 5th June
• Wednesday 12th June
• Wednesday 19th June

For more information contact:

CALL EILEEN ON (01) 676 3188 or EMAIL: eileen@cilt.ie 

  • 1. The Foundation of Leadership
    Focus: Comprehension and Skills Development in Effective Communication and Motivation

Relationship of personal work ethics and working environment to communication styles and traits: 

◦ Internal and External Communications,

◦ The power of  Listening, giving Feedback,

◦ Effective Use of Human Resources,

◦ Helping people succeed with Change



  • 2. Organisational Behaviour and Business Management

Focus:   Development of Abilities to Analyse Challenges, Assess Resources and Develop Effective Management Strategies

Setting direction with expertise in  management:

◦ Creating Successful Teams.

◦ Winning with Policies & Procedures

◦ Financial Management, Budgets & Cash Flow

◦ Strategic Marketing & Public Relations


  • 3.  Supply Chain Management

    Focus: Development of Knowledge and Competency in Setting Procedures for Improvement in Warehouse Operation

Identifying  the role and significance of Warehousing as a link in the Supply Chain and its importance in the Company’s Value Chain:

 ◦ Successful Customer Service Strategies,

◦  Warehouse Optimisation

◦  New Technologies



  • 4.  Supply Chain Management 

    Focus:   Development of Knowledge and Competency in Setting Procedures for Improvement in Transport Operations

Analysing  Challenges in Transport and Economic Strategies in the Field of Logistics:

◦ Macro Impacts

◦ Data Analytics

◦ New Technologies





Certified by the Chartered Institute of Logistics & Transport