Ladies@WHU –
The community for In Praxi women.

The Ladies@WHU community is open to all female WHU graduates. Ladies@WHU has a presence in the online In Praxi member portal, with discussion forums and contacts. In addition they offer a range of events and opportunities. The vision of the group's founders was to establish an active community to create important connections, help women gain professional orientation, and offer access to expertise and know-how. In this, they have been extremely successful. The Ladies@WHU community offers numerous events and educational seminars, but above all, it creates a valuable network for In Praxi women. It's a place for exchanging ideas and experiences and providing mutual support in a professional and social context.

The Ladies@WHU community intentionally decided against organizing formal mentoring relationships. Instead, trusting and natural relationships develop between the women who participate. As a result, coaching and mentoring take place organically, rather than according to a predefined structure. The group's connections to WHU, Executive Education, the WHU Foundation and In Praxi ensures an exciting exchange of ideas focused on interesting topics.

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Get in touch with us –
We look forward to hearing from you.

Dr. Isabel von Korff, EMBA 2009

Silke Strohe, D 2001

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Ladies@WHU Events

Find out more about the latest Ladies@WHU activities!

Are you looking for information in regards to upcoming events? 
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Practical workshop for a smarter handling of one's own brain

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An event of the Ladies@WHU with the regional district Frankfurt and Kellogg Alumni.

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Ladies@WHU workshop on how "a woman" can be successful with charisma and style in Düsseldorf.

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Speech, discussion & networking with Ladies@WHU about the Gender Gap.

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The Ladies Community met for a wine tasting and cellar chat in Oestrich-Winkel.

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Workshop: "Personal signature presence, relationship management and communication styles."

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