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In 2022, the fourth cohort graduated from our Leadership and Diversity Program for Regulators (the LDR program). For this case study, we interviewed three participants who share their experience of developing a gender inclusive policy initiative during the program.
The LDR program, created in 2019, is a global multi-week program, designed and delivered by Women’s World Banking and Oxford University’s Said Business School. Aimed at policymakers and regulators, it equips participants with the skills to design gender inclusive policy initiatives and create an enabling environment to build a pipeline of women leaders in their institution.
Using a unique dual-track approach, senior officials partner with a high-potential woman leader from their institution to work on a policy initiative related to women’s financial inclusion. Senior officials and high-potential women leaders participate in training to finesse the skills needed to formulate, implement and measure inclusive policy, as well as strengthen core leadership skills including engaging stakeholders, supporting diverse talent, and leading change.
In this case study we share interviews with program attendees from the National Bank of Rwanda, Banco de Mexico and Reserve Bank of India. They share their experience of developing their policy initiative and journey through the LDR program.