Our in-house suite of Women’s Leadership Programs uniquely addresses the underlying assumptions of what it means to be a high potential woman. We help develop more confident leaders and key influencers. Women emerge from these courses with a clearer vision of career success and a new set of advanced leadership skills to help them accomplish their goals.


Selected Programs

We offer programs for women at various levels of their career. These programs increase retention, advancement and engagement.

BOLD Women’s Leadership Program

In this multi-session half-day program designed for senior leaders, participants build strategic leadership skills and build a network for long-term success. Participants leave the program ready to take on bold new opportunities.

ACCELERATE Women’s Leadership Program

In this interactive program, participants examine the underlying assumptions that often limit their decision-making and their career. We design leadership programs based on learning theory to help participants change their behavior and accelerate their impact.

Blended Learning Program

The purpose of this blended learning program is to transform the purely online Skillsoft Women in Action program into a hybrid training program where facilitated peer learning deepens the integration of the skills into everyday situations.

Sample Workshops

These are some of the most popular topics we cover in our trainings.

Unpacking Unconscious Bias

Unconscious bias is often the silent killer of women’s leadership success and continues to be one of the dominant drivers holding women back in their careers. While unconscious bias towards others is a familiar aspect of this problem, the unconscious biases women have about themselves are an invisible threat. This course focuses on helping women recognize and overcome these limiting assumptions and is the cornerstone of Orange Grove’s framework.

Build Your Value

In this workshop, participants move beyond the superficial “fake it ‘til you make it” advice and dig more deeply into understanding themselves and the foundation for building value. Participants learn how to frame their accomplishments in ways that showcase the value they bring to the business and build their skills in thinking more strategically.

Strategic Shifts Essential for Leadership

Organizations are challenged to develop leaders who can think strategically and solve systemic problems. Yet, women are often thought to be deficient in this area, tending more often to be the “doers” rather than the strategy gurus. This workshop offers a new model that helps to shape strategic leaders using five perspective shifts that move career women into a more strategic mindset, understand their value, and increase their impact.

Work-Life Integration

Work-life integration remains illusive to many women. Employers are often unsure how to support work-life balance and women sometimes keep themselves small or leave altogether when work and life seem at odds. Our paradigm-shifting research provides for a third way that integrates work and life, helping women remain engaged in their careers while maximizing a robust life.


Women dislike tooting the horn about their talents and accomplishments. For many, it doesn’t feel a very ladylike thing to do. However, to be promoted and retained, employers need to know what value they bring and what they have accomplished.

Risk Taking to Supercharge Growth

Women struggle with risk-taking, often preferring to keep themselves small rather than fail.  They under-capitalize, under-resource, and avoid high-visibility projects or roles.  When they fail, women often ruminate or over-attribute root causes, rather than learning from the failure and moving forward. This “stay safe” approach can limit an organization’s growth and potential.


Here’s what past attendees of our programs are saying.

I was not expecting to become involved with such a wonderful community of people; the interactions and accountability meetings made the experience go beyond my expectations of a typical class.”

This program gave me the tool kit to communicate my needs, feel confident in my abilities and believe in what I deserve. Being surrounded by a strong group of women helped reinforce/validate many of the challenges I face.  

For me, as a woman who is newly entering the workforce, it was really important to see what struggles other women have had and kind of figuring out what assumptions I already have.”