The inclusive leadership Programme
Are you making the most of your employees voices?
We organise fun and interactive workshops, events and lunch n learns. Highly interactive they lead to higher human potential, an inclusive collaborative environment and higher staff engagement. Women and men or women only groups, regardless of their race, religion, age, ability or sexual orientation, are equipped with tools in growth mindset, bias awareness and communication skills to bring their unique ideas and perspectives to the table compellingly.
HOW WE DO IT
Research shows that we are covering up as much as 60% of who we are while at work. While a separate study found that when individuals are valued and empowered to be their best selves, tangible results can be seen in the bottom line.
Our programmes utilise a 'wholelistic' approach to change as studies also show that everything you think, do, feel and believe impacts your state of mind.
Unplug: To tune out the negative messages and stereotypes that sabotage your self-belief and mental-wellbeing.
Discover: Tools to discover the true you
Unleash: Tools to unleash your authentic voice compellingly
By the end of the event you will be equipped with tools to:
- Have more power, presence and personal impact
- Close the performance gap
- Manage your emotions in order express your voice in meetings
- Be the person you want to be even in a room dominated by men
- Spot and override bias to harness your power
- Increase your confidence to apply for promotions and to speak up at work
- Understand why empowerment phrases, just as 'Be Bold, Think, Big and Just Do it,' ultimately don't work and learn how to actually propel yourself forward
- Understand how your mind works to deal with challenging questions
- Identify what is holding you back
- Discover your voice and your unique contribution to the world and your workplace
- Master compelling communication skills
Facts on bringing your authentic self to work and why you should get in touch immediately:
- Women in science, engineering and technology suppress innovative potential, according to CTI’s 2013 Innovation, Diversity and Market Growth report.
- Known as stereotype threat, many women hold back parts of who they are if they so happen to have a characteristic that falls within their stereotype
- A study by Deloitte and the Billie Jean King Leadership Initiative (BJKLI) highlights that Millennials want to work in inclusive cultures where their voices are heard.
- The Aberdeen Group found that companies that drive innovation by leveraging employee ideas and knowledge meet product revenue targets 46% more often and product launch dates 47% more often than industry peers.
- When individuals are valued and empowered to be their best selves, tangible results can be seen in the bottom line. In a study by the American Sociological Association of 506 U.S. based businesses.
- According to Christiane Northrup, M.D., a specialist in women’s health and author of Women’s Bodies, Women’s Wisdom, states if a woman does not express herself fully there can be mental and emotional health repercussions later leading to physical disease.
- Study finds that powerful “antigens” in SET corporate environments block them from contributing their full potential at work. Gender bias is the common denominator, manifesting in cultures hostile to women. Source - Harvard Business Review.
- Millennia's are more ethnically and racially diverse than older adults. http://www.pewsocialtrends.org
- A study by Deloitte and the Billie Jean King Leadership Initiative (BJKLI) highlights that Millennia's want to work in inclusive cultures where their voices are heard.
Why we need to make massive efforts to retain a diverse and engaged workforce.
- Gallup study has pegged the cost of disengaged employees at up to $350 billion per year in lost productivity
- Studies show that companies with high employee engagement had a 19% increase in operating income and nearly 28% growth in earnings per share.
- In a study by the American Sociological Association, each 1% increase in the rate of gender diversity resulted in an approximately 3% increase in sales revenues, up to the rate represented in the relevant population.
- Top-listed European companies with gender diversity in management achieved higher than average stock performance - 64% versus 47% - according to McKinsey & Co (2005-2007).
- A 19-year study of 215 Fortune 500 companies by the World Economic Forum found the 25 Fortune 500 firms with the best record of promoting women to high positions are between 18 and 69 percent more profitable than median Fortune 500 firms in their industries.
LUNCH AND LEARN'S are great for in house. For our full programme however, we recommend attendees are taken away from distractions.
Full days training
- Course notes
- Two months FREE access to our online hub of awesome videos for repetition of key skills to reinforce learning.
- Two months FREE telephone coaching to answer any on-going questions.
- Each attendee receives email and telephone support on completion of the programme.