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Expecting more than a baby. Closing the employee experience gap for working parents.

The experience and expectations of working parents are changing, and employers must adapt. Click here to read both our UK and US research reports and see how policy and practice don’t align and what we must do to close the employee experience gap for working parents

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Brilliance in diversity

It’s what we all want.

Having an inclusive culture with diversity of thinking is essential to business performance. The only way to ‘shift the dial’ on tough gender and commercial targets is to build more inclusive cultures where everyone is engaged and can reach their potential. That’s why Talking Talent exists: enabling leaders, individuals and organisations to succeed by unlocking the full power and potential from within - delivering coaching programmes and consultancy that ignite companywide behavioural shifts.

Girl in road

Talking Talent acquires top US coaching consultancy, Life Meets Work

Acquisition of the US market leader in working parent, emerging leader and career/life support and coaching solutions will boost our growth, increase our global client portfolio and enable us to broaden our range of face to face and online coaching and consulting services for clients around the world.

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Our success in numbers

£16m+
Savings
We helped EY increase the number of women returning to work after parental leave to 94% saving £16.6m in attrition costs in year 1.
+50%
Promoted
Lloyds Banking Group launched our Women in Leadership coaching programme which saw over 50% of the cohort get promoted within the year.
97%+
Retention
Retention has increased from 84% to 97% at Citi as a result of a blended coaching programme for women, managers and new fathers.
43%+
Senior women
At M&S over 40% of senior positions in the UK are now filled by high performing women, accelerated by our Female Leadership Development Programme.

Work with us. Many companies do.

Unilever
Lloyds Banking
EY
M&S
PWC
Coca Cola
Vodafone
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