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The Glass Lift

Changing the Face of Leadership

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Balanced and inclusive leadership at senior level increases organisational performance, yet despite the drive for change, progress is slow. At The Glass Lift, we apply the science of Psychology to accelerate the pace of change.

We do this by developing inclusive leaders who release the talent and potential of all people, irrespective of gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, age or disability.


Our core expertise is gender balance but we also work with partner Psychologists and organisations to support people from BAME and LGBT communities and people with disabilities.

We support organisations to develop all potential leaders and create dynamic and inclusive work environments.

The Glass Lift Programme for women


ELEVATE is our inclusive leadership development programme designed to support ALL aspiring leaders to progress their careers to senior level. ELEVATE can be tailored to the needs of your organisation and we actively encourage diversity on our programmes.


The Glass Lift Programme research and expertise


INTEGRATE helps leaders understand how an organisation’s culture, structures and processes hinder equality, diversity and inclusion. We undertake research and identify, recommend and implement tailored INTEGRATE solutions that create an environment where ALL people thrive.

The Glass Lift Programme attitudes and culture


Coming soon COLLABORATE is a community of influencers and change agents working together to increase balanced and inclusive leadership. COLLABORATE members include The Glass Lift alumni, leaders, role models, mentors and spokespersons from a range of organisations and sectors.

News and Views

Bristol and Avon Somerset based and in education? Come and see us at this event days ago
Check out "Gender pay gap: communicating your pay gap to stakeholders and driving change" @EventbriteUK4 days ago
Where are all the women in economics? days ago
RT @fawcettsociety: Women have always worked in STEM, often invisibly- in spite of sexism& social barriers. This #AdaLovelaceDay we salute…1 week ago
Is it easier to get a job if you're Adam or Mohamed? week ago