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“Equality doesn’t mean the same – it means the equivalent.”
What Does The Women’s Code Do?
A staggering 69% of employees are unengaged and feel their organization doesn’t provide a clear path to success, mentorship, and an all-inclusive, equal and safe workplace. The Women’s Code supports organizations in building balanced workplaces that allow all employees to achieve success as individuals, and in turn, improve the financial results of an organization.
You can achieve this now by booking Beate to speak or train your team. Hire us to co-create your custom solution that will bring balance to decision making, increase innovation and creativity, and upgrade and expand the existing rules and tools to be all-inclusive. Position your organization as one of the best places to work.
Read Beate’s Book “Happy Woman Happy World”
In Beate’s award winning and acclaimed book, Happy Woman Happy World, she concurs that women can have it all, just not at the same time. Instead, she offers the original time-based ego-RHYTHM® concept, which allows women to delve into defining what is most important during their various stages of life. She then teaches you how to set a Main Focus, re-structure your life for a better Work-Life Balance, and put an end to the “crazy-making” lifestyle. The principles of The Women’s Code, her proprietary strategy that helps women cope, collaborate and lead are explained. Available as audio book, eBook, and printed book. For more information about the book, please go here: www.HappyWomanHappyWorld.com
To achieve your goals, The Women’s Code, a training company for balanced leadership, provides insights and training in four categories.
Women’s Issues, Career Mapping, Equality and Business Development. To select your area of interest please click here.
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FROM THE BLOG
Taking a stand as a woman is always hard. We live in a culture where assertiveness of women is frowned upon and talked about in so many negative ways. Learn more why is assertiveness important for women in business and how this can translate to real success.
When Nike supported Kaepernik, many thought it was a ballsy move. I think it was a diversion from the real issue that plagued the company — that is, the gender discrimination lawsuit lurking in the background. Learn more about this in the blog.
ORGANIZATIONS: GET YOUR INSIGHTS PAPER HERE
WHY ACTING LIKE A GIRL IS GOOD FOR BUSINESS: 7 PROFIT SECRETS OF GENDER-DIVERSE CORPORATIONS
Companies who fail to capitalize on the growing female talent pools in their ranks are wasting precious intellectual resources, missing out on significant revenue, and ultimately falling prey to competitors, who embrace gender-diverse programs.
This Insights Paper by Beate Chelette the Founder of The Women’s Code is available as a complimentary download right here.