ASPIRE works with your organisation to benchmark, research and measure organisational needs around gender diversity and inclusion; and then to implement, re-design, or enhance a current or emerging gender diversity programme or women’s network.
ASPIRE works with you to . . .
- Research, assess, and identify relevant organisational cultural and structural issues.
- Develop a plan to communicate the business need for greater gender diversity to internal audiences and stakeholders.
- Establish or facilitate an existing internal diversity group, advisory board and/or committee.
- Engage in the process of developing a strategic female talent acquisition, retention, and advancement plan for your company.
- Integrate tailored coaching programs to reinforce and address identified needs and implement sustainable change.
- Engage male managers in practical solutions and how they make a difference in the career progression of their female employees.
“Having worked with Aspire on a number of occasions now I am always impressed by their passion and energy towards helping individuals and organisations make the changes they need to. Whilst Aspire has a strong focus on gender diversity and women leaders they strike a balance which, as a man, has made me feel totally included and equally supported. I have recommended Aspire to many people and will continue to do so.” - John Fenech, International Organisational Development Consultant, The Bank of New York Mellon.
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