The facts on gender imbalance in leadership at work make for stark reading:
· Globally, women hold less than a quarter of all senior roles. This has crept up by 1% in the past year, and just 6% since 2004
· In small and medium enterprises, 21% are led by women
· Just seven FTSE 100 companies have a female CEO, and there’s just one in the top 50 – Emma Walmsley of GlaxoSmithKline
· In fact, there are more men called David (9) who are FTSE 100 CEOs than women
· In Ireland, just 14% of CEOs and COOs are women
When a goal is achieved in your team or organisation, what happens next?
It’s natural to want to recognise and celebrate achievements. Acknowledging a job well done is a vital part of the process of development.
But there’s a risk: complacency.
If we focus too much on what’s done, we often forget about what’s still to do. We look back, rather than forward to the next job, and the next goal.
We work with established and emerging leaders to develop their careers, and with them, your organisation.
Using our experience in business and leadership, and our knowledge of psychology, human behaviour and coaching, we work individually with each organisation and each person. We understand what works in business and we use that knowledge to create tailored approaches for every client.
Everything we do is designed to help us get to the heart of your organisation, extract your strengths, and deliver enduring change.
How will we work together?
We’ll start with a conversation. From that conversation will come a plan designed with and for your business.
Our work includes executive coaching, 360 assessments of your leadership brand, and work to develop leaders of change and innovation.