Developing Women Leaders
Coaching-based solutions will help your women develop what they need for success
Women still face obstacles that impact their performance, slow their progress, and challenge their motivation. Creating a pipeline of influential women leaders is critical to sustaining business success but needs to be within reach for more women.
Encouraging women to understand the barriers can help them navigate them and move ahead. This understanding, rather than reinforcing any sense of women being a ‘casualty’ of the context, empowers them.
We help women develop the behaviours and mindset they need to thrive – whatever the challenge.
– Accelerate Participant, 2022
Coaching is the key enabler to growth, and we have been coaching for a long time. We combine that with what we know about behavioural science and our design and insights thinking. So – whether it is leadership or development programmes, one-to-one or group coaching – you get a solution that works.
Our programmes build upon a foundation of self-awareness, critical for creating positive change and draw upon neuroscience to provide new insights and deepen understanding of what drives behaviours and success.
We engage managers, senior managers, and sponsors in the challenges for women and give them practical tools to support a gender balanced workforce and help them to hold critical career conversations with their participants.
We help you to create a strong network of women leaders to take hold of their careers and be role models for upcoming talent. We keep the momentum going after our programmes using development nudges and work in partnership with you to create organisational resources and interventions.
To help participants to have structured conversations with male colleagues, encouraging them to engage with the gender debate and champion diversity.
To share their ideas on what more the organisation could do to support the careers of women, helping them to have a voice and feel empowered. This is about making sure you really are listening to your women and creating space in any programme for them to feel heard.