For employers

Do you see the benefits of a more diverse workforce?

Do you recognise that women bring in important values like focus on collaboration, the long-term, customer needs, empathy and sound (less risky) financial management?

Do you recognise that a lot of women are very well educated?

Do you value the work ethics of women?

Did you notice that highly educated women, in many cases, over-perform?

Do you acknowledge that, with good women on board, you can service your growing group of female customers even better?

So, do you want to keep your talented women on board? Do you want to let them grow? Do you want to benefit from the values they bring in? Do you want and need them to be a part of making your company grow? Then you have come to the right place!

Questions

Since you want to keep them on board…ask yourself a few questions: What have and what haven’t you done to realise that? Have you made it a priority in your actions? Or in your management’s actions? Is your organisational culture supporting the development of your talented women? What have you done to understand the needs of your professional women? Are you really in contact with them?

Investigate

We will help you to get to the bottom of this. We will make transparent what factors or even which people are and are not contributing to your goals on this subject and to the success of your company. We will help you to take the right actions to improve this. We will look at the triangle of the company culture, management and the individual women

Actions

We will work with the women to help them find their deepest motivations and aligning their goals with the company goals. We will help them to find their own way of doing things. We will let them experience the power of effective communication. This will give them the power and tools to execute and really get things done for their personal and for the company’s development.

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