Supporting Global Development Leaders to Scale their Impact & Thrive
We are the leading global convener, and knowledge management platform, for best practices to advance women’s leadership in the global development sector.
How The WILD Network Can Help You
WILD supports professionals and companies in the global development sector to increase their influence, build inclusive cultures, and scale their impact.
WILD believes that leadership coaching is a key component for global development professionals to achieve their ambitious career goals, and have the greatest social impact, all without burning out.
Women in Global Development Leadership Forum
Be part of the world's leading event dedicated to advancing women's leadership in the global development sector.
Virtual Leadership Courses
Our courses equip participants with lifelong team building skills rooted in a mindset and values shift towards clarity and alignment. We are currently offering Manager Essentials and Women of Color programs.
Women In Global Development Leadership Forum
The Women in Global Development Leadership Forum offers you interactive content from leading global leadership and organizational development experts, and from global development leaders from around the globe.
Manager Essentials Course
For new managers looking to accelerate their careers, experienced managers looking to refresh those core leadership skills as they enter new roles, or HR professionals aiming to ingrain leadership principles into their entire organization.
Women of Color Course
A psychologically safe space for people who self-identify as women of color, to engage in real-talk about lived experiences, discuss how to navigate real workplace challenges and opportunities, and learn practical strategies on how to thrive.
Frequently Asked Questions
“I've been emboldened to speak out and to serve as a stronger advocate for gender equity within my organization, including counseling women, if asked informally for guidance, to negotiate for salary raises when they feel that they have not been adequately compensated or recognized for promotion.”
— Elissa McCarter LaBorde,
Chief Executive Officer (CEO),
Vitas Group, a Global Communities Enterprise