HOW WE WORK
We accelerate women’s personal development through community support, coaching, workshops and webinars. We support organisations to develop an inclusive environment that nurtures the best talent by leveraging the value that parenthood adds to leadership development.
Our Approach To Coaching & Development
Drawing on the wisdom of mothers from all over the world, we identified five behaviours that make the difference between women who just have dreams and those who realise them, despite obstacles.
Tailored To You
Our tailored one to once coaching will help you unlock your inner potential so that you can progress both in your career and in your life. We believe that most women have the answers within themselves to develop and grow, but they still need support, coaching and sponsorship to make the transitions required for the next step into a leadership role.
Throughout the duration of a coaching trajectory of 3-6 sessions you can expect a tailored program in which you will uncover your strengths , your personality type (MBTI) and its associated vulnerabilities. You will also address your challenges root causes by working on the limiting assumptions that hold you back. Moving beyond self- discovery, you will be using the insights gained to initiate sustainable behavioural changes through experimentation and targeted actions. Your executive coach will be more than an empathetic listening ear, it is someone who has the experience to both challenge and support you until you find a way forward.
INTERACTIVE WORKSHOPS & WEBINARS
Mothers as leaders. Dare to Dream workshop
This is an interactive group workshop which combines accelerated learning techniques such as music, movement, postcards, posters and other physical prompts to bring energy, perspective and inner self-reflection space for allowing your dreams to blossom.
You will come out inspired and with an improved self-confidence about what you can achieve as a person, parent and leader. You will gain insights about how you can better leverage the emotional intelligence and leadership skills gained through parenting.
- Becoming aware of your strengths and biases – KNOW YOURSELF
- Allowing your enthusiasm to grow and your beauty to shine – BLOSSOM
- Giving and receiving support in your journey – HELP
- Staying connected to others, yourselves and your intuition – EXPLORE
- Developing self-confidence – BELIEVE IN YOURSELF.
In-House Mothers as Leaders Signature workshop
Our workshop is grounded in interviews with working parents and research from many disciplines. It can range in length from 2 to 8 hours, and can elaborate on the skills developed while parenting addressing the following additional topics:
- How parenthood impacts you as individual and how to unlock its benefits
- How at work parenthood impacts everyone and how to increase trust
- How managers can more effectively support their parent employees.
- How parents can recognize and advocate for what they need to thrive.
With a combination of data-sharing, group coaching and a leader lab method, our workshop helps you integrate the information we share into your own individual lives and within your organisational culture.
Mothers as leaders Webinars – 60 to 90 min
Our 60-90 minute virtual workshop/ webinars provide short instant snippets of inspiration and personal motivation. We share the overview of our research on specific topics, such as Families & teams or Empowerment, outlining how the skills parenthood develops are essential for success in today’s workplace and vice-versa. We use the Zoom platform for a seamless user-friendly experience.
90 Minutes delivered in-house to your organization. Topics include:
– Inclusive Leadership
– Unconscious bias
– Cultural thinking
– Gender balance
Gilles, Innovation Manager at Shell, The Netherlands
Ioana Prica, Pricing Analyst C.H. Robinson, The Netherlands
Rya Rapp, Head of Talent at The Carter Group, Japan
The client organizations that hosted Mothers as leaders workshops
Shell in The Netherlands and US, IBM in Japan, the Women International Network WIN Global Conference in Athens and the Romanian School of The Hague