Women in Business
Women in Business
“Who am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous? Actually, who are you not to be?…And as we let our own light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same”
– Marianne Williamson
Our bespoke programmes for Women in Business will help delegates to become more self-aware through a ‘gender’ lens by increasing social awareness. We start by considering the impact of body language and energy states and then delve into gender response patterns, ego states that lay behind these and look at what we can do as both men and women to get the very best out of ourselves and others. Fun and highly interactive programmes designed to support women and leaders to increase confidence to help maximise performance and build great relationships.
- Check out your beliefs around ‘women in business’ that are blocking or supporting you
- Fire up your female energy to step forward and step up to new roles or projects
- Increase self-compassion and own your strengths
- Find your unique voice that is your version of strong, confident and female
- Understand the importance of your vocal tone in order to ‘be heard’ and increase your ‘presence.’
- Feel empowered to build and optimise your network, both internally and externally
What People Say:
At 4D Human Being, we partner with clients to design and create bespoke solutions for them, using the 4D methodology, and here are some quotes from one such partnership:
“It has been such a positive experience – discussing the program and also being vulnerable with one another so we can grow together. I feel more connected and valued at work because of the buddies and relationship we’ve built on together and look forward to fostering those relationships through my entire professional career.”
Science and Stats:
The shortage of female confidence is increasingly well quantified and well documented. In 2011, the Institute of Leadership and Management, in the United Kingdom, surveyed British managers about how confident they feel in their professions. Half the female respondents reported self-doubt about their job performance and careers, compared with fewer than a third of male respondents.
A Hewlett Packard internal report found that men apply for a job or promotion when they meet only 60% of the qualifications, but women apply only if they meet 100% of them. What doomed them was not their actual ability, but rather the decision not to try.
Confidence and Impact
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