What does the programme include?
£7,500 worth of corporate training for up to 4 participants for just £750 per company.
Explore diversity, gender pay gap and barriers to women’s progression in your workplace
Explore best practice and cross sector ideas for retention and progression of women
Create an action plan for change, identifying key positive impacts for your business.
Encourage inclusive team leadership, creating positive dialogues
Define and shape team culture
Motivate & create high performing teams
Look at sponsorship vs mentoring to help with career growth.
Identify personal strengths, make decisions, build professional confidence
Effective career planning, resulting in career success
1:1 personal coaching to help with individual career plans
Financial support of up to £350 with any job-related training.
How will this benefit your business?
- Greater understanding of what to tackle to reduce your gender pay gap and how to do it.
- Improved supervisory and leadership skills for your business – with a greater awareness on the business benefits of diverse teams
- Direct support for women in your business to progress their careers
- Ability to demonstrate your positive actions on gender diversity for new tenders and positive public relations
- £7,500 worth of corporate training for up to 4 participants for just £750 per company.
If you would be interested in becoming a participating company on our next Moving on Up programme, please contact Kirstie Forrester.
In their own words
“My colleagues and I set up a women-only support group following on from the MoU programme to widen the support to others. We help address any internal issues women are facing, for example supporting mothers returning to work. Our open discussions, and feedback for internal business development also help increasing general mental health & wellbeing.”
“Yvonne really helped everyone to think about the issues concerning equality and diversity in the workplace and how our learned attitudes could be adapted to create more positive, inclusive outcomes.”
“It has also made me feel more confident about not feeling I have imposter syndrome and I feel confident in my role and that I had earned what I achieved with my success.”