C-Suite Leadership Development for Minority Women and Men

Why do you think Leadership Development Programs Fail Women and Minorities?

One Word - Support! You've built a program but you haven't connected your "Why" with the Employees "Why"

Common Misconceptions

Fact vs. Assumptions

How We Work With Organizations

We Move Leaders Beyond Mission Statements to Concrete Actions to Advance Women Leaders

Research shows that organizations have well-written mission statements to empower women into leadership, but the data shows that women are not advancing - so how do you turn the mission into action? Here Are Three examples...

ACCOUNTABILITY

Implementing concrete, evidence-based steps that hold leaders accountable for advancing women leaders.

BEYOND BUSINESS CASE

Starts by treating gender diversity as a business priority, but moving beyond written goals to actionable strategies becomes the priority.

EFFECTIVE PIPELINES

Closing the gender gap in hiring and promotions, especially for early career entrants is essential to moving the needle for women.

EARLY CAREER PIPELINE DEVELOPMENT

EARLY CAREER PIPELINE DEVELOPMENT

Ensure that women leaders have access to career guidance at the beginning of their career. Removing the ambiguity of Next-Steps Career Advancement

DIVERSITY & INCLUSION AS A BUSINESS IMPERATIVE

DIVERSITY & INCLUSION AS A BUSINESS IMPERATIVE

In the Age of #MeToo, we help organizations understand that mission statements are not enough, gender diversity must be fostered and championed by senior leaders and managers.

ERG PROGRAMS TO EVEN THE UNEVEN PLAYING FIELD

ERG PROGRAMS TO EVEN THE UNEVEN PLAYING FIELD

What we already know, attrition is not the problem why women are exiting your organization. The fact patterns show that women leave because they do not feel they can advance. Women are asking for more, but you're delivering in platitudes.

CONSULTING & TRAINING

CONSULTING & TRAINING

Initiatives that address key roadblocks to advancing women leaders, both organizationally and working with women specifically. Getting back to basics - right initiatives, targeted training, and performance management.


Leadership Development Programs

The Ten-X Leadership Academy

We help women define their value, align their priorities, strategically evaluate every career move, and become a gamechanger for their organization. As a Ten-X Leader your number one priority is advancing your career. You work on your career as much as you work in your career and you are willing to invest in your career growth. You are willing to do the hard work to propel yourself forward and into executive leadership. You recognize that you cannot do it alone, you require a tribe of people to support your exponential growth. The Ten-X Leadership Academy is here to support your vision – Our Cohort Programs: (Learn More)

Your Goal - Career Coaching

Would Your Employees Agree?

Tainted Pipeline: It’s Not a Pipeline Issue

Fact: There's a greater representation of educated and qualified minorities than ever before, but the leadership development needle hasn't moved an inch. Your pipeline is full but managers continue to overlook talented individuals. Leadership Diversity cannot be built around intervention and strong-arming managers. Engagement is the only effective tool to change leadership development shortfalls.

Minorities Don’t Want Leadership Roles: Not True

Fact: Minorities want to be in leadership but we must feel included. Inclusion means hearing all voices and having a willingness to build a leadership development program that includes all employees. Has anyone asked your employees what they want? Is your promotional strategy subjective or objective?

The Statistics Are Wrong: Not Really

Fact: According to the Harvard Business Review - Leadership Diversity has remained stuck since 2000. The numbers haven't budged in 16 years. Most women and minorities are stuck in middle management jobs with no possibility for advancement.

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