Seminar Series

‘I only wish I had encountered your company a few years ago, to make better decisions and have a more compassionate and intelligent understanding about how to manage my career and family’
Seminar Delegate

Our seminar series is ideal for lunchtime learning. We cover a range of topics that feature high on our clients’ radars. Thought provoking and stimulating, we encourage interaction and participation whether it’s a small gathering of 12 or a bigger scale event of up to 100. We are accustomed to tailoring the content to make it suitable for parents and all-female networks.

Seminar topics include:

These seminars are all available in webinar format.

Keynote Speeches:

Geraldine Gallacher is a Master Coach (accredited with the AC) and a thought leader in Gender Intelligence. Her keynote speeches have relevance and poignancy for those industries and sectors focused on raising awareness of the issue of gender diversity in a pragmatic and accessible way and for companies keen to investigate ways of improving their gender diversity statistics. Recent speeches for Women in Google, the HeandShe conference in media and to mark International Women’s Day for both a major international law firm and Investment Bank all contain her trademark research-based themes. These zero in on global indices of gender equality as well as relevant industry and company statistics, the possible causes of the gender pay gap, the motherhood penalty (and now the fatherhood penalty), gender differences at work, the notion of gender fluidity and the future of gender equality.

For companies looking to present a “balanced line-up” Geraldine partners with Tom Beardshaw, our ECC Lead Paternity Coach, and together they make a lively duo; both passionate about gender equality and “nearly always” agreeing on the right way to tackle the issues! In an area which desperately needs more participation from men, having Tom’s expertise from having helped run the Fatherhood Institute and successfully helping government to implement paternity leave in 2003, is invaluable. Together they represent both sides of the coin when it comes to how to change society and organisations within them and this helps to ensure that the debate is inclusive.