Beate Chelette in Starting to Know Podcast

In this episode with Ishu Singh, Beate shared how leadership skills can help you bring more impact to your business. Listen to the episode here.

Only 30% of employees are engaged with the work they’re doing, and many contribute only the bare minimum required to keep their jobs. That’s a terrible ROI. What can we do to change a work environment so that employees actually want to be there and are inspired to put forth their best efforts?

Why Employee Engagement is Important

EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT IS THE KEY and it is built on a foundation of equality and diversity within leadership ranks. That’s because employees are more likely to identify with and interact with those they can relate to, and that leads to them to caring more about their contributions or to put it bluntly “giving a shit.”

We need to talk about why employee engagement is important to companies, regardless of their size. Here is a short video I recorded where I discussed the importance of employee engagement. Listen to it below.


Take a look at your leadership team

Do you see the same diversity that is represented by the rest of your employees? Or, like in most organizations are your leaders mostly white men?

With equality and diversity evident at all levels, engagement rates improve dramatically, leading to a better work environment and bigger profits.

How can The Women’s Code help? We show you how to create balanced leadership that generates a positive ripple effect throughout your entire organization.


At her lowest point, Beate Chelette was $135,000 in debt, a single mother, and forced to leave her home. Only 18 months later, she sold her image licensing business to Bill Gates in a multimillion dollar deal. Chelette is a nationally known ‘gender decoder’ who has appeared in over 60 radio shows, respected speaker, career coach, consummate creative entrepreneur, and author of Happy Woman Happy World. Beate is also the founder of The Women’s Code, a unique guide to women leadership and personal and career success that offers a new code of conduct for today’s business, private, and digital worlds. Determined to build a community of women supporting each other, she took her life-changing formula documented it all in a book Brian Tracy calls “an amazing handbook for every woman who wants health, happiness, love and success!”

Through her corporate initiative “Why Acting Like a Girl Is Good For Business” she helps companies with gender diversification training, and to develop and retain women.

If you’d like to book Beate as a speaker on New Leadership Balance or Creative Entrepreneurship for your next event please connect with me.

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