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CHANGING THE FACE OF LEADERSHIP

We are Occupational and Business Psychologists with a deep understanding of organisational culture, leadership theory and most importantly practice.

We draw on our knowledge of implementing behaviour change at work. 

Our solutions are evidence based, this means they increase leadership capability and positively impact organisational culture, performance and productivity. 

We are experts in increasing diversity and inclusion at senior level and have a track record of developing women in leadership.

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The Glass Lift Programme for women

LEADERSHIP ASSESSMENT

Our selection and assessments methods are used for the recruitment and identification of potential leaders for succession planning and talent development. We specialise in assessments that limit bias and increase the diversity of the talent pool.

 

The Glass Lift Programme research and expertise

LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT

We develop leadership capability by working with individual leaders, leadership teams, groups of leaders and leaders across organisations. We are experts in developing inclusive leaders who maximise the people potential within their organisation.

The Glass Lift Programme attitudes and culture

LEADERSHIP CONSULTING

We bring leading-edge knowledge and expertise of leadership from across industry sectors. We identify the change you need and recommend strategies and solutions. We are specialists in inclusive leadership and developing cultures where all people thrive.

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See @TheGlassLift comment. “Depressing that the focus of this article is on what women have to do to progress to CEO rather than how the context needs to change to enable women to succeed” https://t.co/ObBbWiu9WN2 days ago
RT @Radley_and_me: And they’re matched! Everyone has a coach! @wctsa ⁦@WomenLeadEdSW⁩ https://t.co/TZsILhZKHd2 days ago
Identical job ads that used more masculine than feminine wording affected perceptions of gender diversity, job appeal, and anticipated belongingness...... https://t.co/FNXzgCHo682 days ago
Women were less likely to believe they belonged in a particular job when the advertisement used masculine wording, and they rated masculine jobs as less appealing https://t.co/FNXzgCHo682 days ago
Our ELEVATE leadership development programme is an innovative, cross organisational women only programme. It will help you reduce your #GenderPayGap and develop a more #GenderBalanced organisation. Booking NOW for Autumn 2018 https://t.co/I1kgsSHVEJ2 days ago