Women supporting women in leadership not only empowers the individuals involved, but when you have a women-led team, your business also has the power to accomplish far greater things than you would have been able to do alone.
The history of the women's movement tells us that when women support one another as they grow their businesses, everyone wins. Organizations profit, families thrive, and our communities become more inclusive when women have a seat at the table.
The Value of Women in Leadership
Women who lean into their strong social skills can build up truly valuable connections that can help propel them forward in their careers.
It's important for women to support one another as they grow their businesses and careers.
Support from other women is hugely important for dealing with adversity.
Women are more likely than men to invest in other women.
Women nurture relationships at work.
Women influence workplace culture, creating better working environments for everyone.
Women support one another as they grow their businesses
Women face unique challenges in the workplace.
Look at yourself. How many women in your organization have leadership roles? The answer might be zero. You get to decide the protocol in your organization. What will you do to empower women in your organizations? If you want to learn more about female leadership and how it can strengthen your company, you will benefit by joining a community of women who support each other as they grow their businesses and learn how to excel in life.
Women face many barriers to growing their businesses and careers, but supporting each other can make a real difference. By empowering women in leadership, your organization can be more successful.
We are driving the conversation to connect, empower, and learn from one another. Our focus is to shine a spotlight on those who lead differently. We commit ourselves to finding inspiring leaders—if you stare at a problem long enough, it might solve itself.
We know that diversity breeds innovation, but we don't often hear about how it makes us stronger as a community — until now.
When women come together, amazing things happen. We share ideas, experiences and advice with one another, helping us grow personally and professionally. This type of community building is essential for women to thrive in today's business environment.
The power of women is undeniable. Women are the fastest growing group of entrepreneurs in the U.S., and they make up over half of all small business owners.
In fact, research by the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor found that 70% of entrepreneurs are women, and female-owned businesses have a higher growth rate than male-owned ones.
But what about when it comes to leadership? Are women getting their fair share of power? The answer is no.
Women make up less than 5% of Fortune 500 CEOs and less than 15% of senior management positions at large companies in the U.S., according to Catalyst. So why are there so few female leaders?
The good news is that there’s an easy solution: support one another as they grow their businesses!