The demand and competition for high potential women is growing fast, as companies understand the business benefits of having top women in their teams. Research indicates significant returns on shareholder equity with a strong gender dividend. Companies are relating gender balaanced and diverse teams to management KPIs. The competition for top female talent is hotting up as companies focus on hiring diverse teams.
There aren’t enough women at senior levels to act as female role models and to mentor and encourage women coming through the ranks. Contact us now if you need women supported in the following areas in your company
- Onboarding into new roles
- Improving gender balance
- Leadership development
- Career management and progression
- Competency building
- Knowledge exchange
3Plus offers short laser training and coaching programs which can be delivered in during office hours either in person or on line.
Our on-line training and coaching programs work well for busy executives who can enhance their skills without leaving the comfort of their own offices. Recordings will be issued after each session with resource documentation as appropriate. Some segments require pre-session work which will be sent in advance of the session.
The sessions listed are our “off the peg” offerings but customized programs can be designed to meet your needs.
In person sessions can be set up by arrangement in any geography.
3Plus brings years of experience and research in the field to the table, working with organizations to identify the sand traps in their corporate cultures that are barriers to the advancement of women and gender balance. Our corporate services solutions include career development programs for all levels to create top-down, bottom-up cultural change.
Companies can select leadership and executive coaching, as well as competence training from our team of top international coaches to support the development of women professionals in their organizations.
In many ways we are still guided by anthropological imperatives that no longer have relevance in knowledge based 21st century economies and societies. No one is bias free and nowhere can it be more impactful than the work place. Here decisions are made every minute where unconscious bias can creep in undetected.
So whether it’s in hiring decisions and processes, employee terms and conditions, promotion decisions and assignment allocation, the way meetings are run, it’s important for all managers and anyone in a position of influence and authority to be aware of their own biases. For organisations to be successful they need to work towards creating a bias conscious culture with built-in checks and balances and to build an environment which is bias aware.