The Emerging Leader
The Time to Invest in Your Female Talent is Now
Women remained significantly outnumbered in entry-level aka “first-rung” management at the beginning of 2020.
For every 100 men promoted to manager, only 85 women were promoted—and this gap was even larger for some women: 58 Black women and 71 Latinas were promoted. As a result,—they held just 38% of manager-level positions, while men held 62 percent.
"There has been slow but steady progress for women in leadership roles, and now the Covid-19 crisis could erase all the gains that have been made."
Employers who say yes to developing their emerging female talent, are saying yes to an increse in retaining their top talent.
A study from Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) estimates the average cost of employee on-boarding is around $4,100 per new hire. - Mar 16, 2022
Who Should Attend
High potential junior or mid-level females within the organization, who have been identified by management and/or HR as “a person to watch.”
- They demonstrate commitment to the organization through a high level of engagement and productivity.
- They have a positive reputation within the organization.
- They demonstrate the core competencies of leadership to the degree warranted by their current position.
- They stand out in the crowd.
Demonstrates the core competencies of leadership to the degree warranted in their current role. Stands out in the crowd.
16 hours of in-person cohort interactive learning
- CliftonStrengths34 Assessment
- Customized Journal/ Workbook
- Certificate of Completion
Approximately 3 hours of interim assignments.
Up to 6 - Maximum 12
Special discounted pricing for organizations that offer the program on-site for cohorts up to 12.
Follow-up Peer Group Coaching
Three 1-hour facilitated peer group coaching sessions
Onsite at your location for added convenience Or Off-site
Approved sites available upon request