Lead With Perspective Chad Leslie
Gender diversity is good for business.
Going from 0 female
senior executives to 30% leads to a 15% INCREASE in profitability.
When a female executive walks,
it costs you at least 213% of her annual salary.
Center for American Progress
At the current rate, it will take 100 Years to reach the gender parity.
Since 2016, the gap has widened.
Lead with Perspective™ is changing the way we see leadership and moving the needle on gender equity. If you’re struggling with how to fix the gender gap, we help.
THE VALUE IN DIVERSITY comes from understanding and embracing different perspectives.
THE WAY TO BE INCLUSIVE is to both improve organizational structure and train women to lead with authenticity, like women, not force them to ‘lead like men.’
ACTIVE, COLLABORATIVE, PROJECT-BASED LEARNING Through our Gender In Perspective™ and Lead Like a Woman™ educational series, we empower men and women to work together to acknowledge bias and learn from each others’ perspectives, then prepare organizations to nurture female leaders and women to succeed in a manner true to themselves.
The Gender In Perspective™ series brings men and women together in a safe space, without judgement, to talk about how to foster better communication through understanding bias, uncovering blind spots, and embracing differing perspectives. Together, they figure out how to interrupt organizational structure and behaviors and build high-performing teams where men and women both thrive. . .
At some point in our journey towards business equity, equal was translated to “the same.” Yet this scenario loses the female perspective and teaches women to think that they must “act like a man” in order to thrive. Lead Like a Woman™ is a different kind of leadership training. Through our programming, women learn leadership skills that are critical for anyone to succeed, this time without erasing their female perspective. It’s about time women have a leadership training that celebrates the female lens and strengths!