The Power of Exclusion.
Women’s career progression continues to be headline news. From the gender pay gap to #MeToo, Time’s Up and the ongoing underrepresentation of women in executive roles, it’s clear that women need a larger role at the top.
The time for raising awareness is gone. Awareness hasn’t moved the needle. It’s time to take meaningful action.
Expecting more than a baby: China
Seven-in-ten dads across Asia-Pacific say their career development took a dive once they became a parent. Our new research revealed that fathers are suffering from a ‘paternity paradox’, with half (50%) of fathers believing that taking extended leave has had a detrimental effect on their career.Download now
The business imperative for conscious inclusion
The 2018 UK Corporate Governance Code is set to promote transparency and integrity and position the UK as an attractive place to do business. Arguably yet another regulatory hurdle, another ‘tick box’ exercise at year-end. But be warned: organisations that do this, do it at their peril.Download now
Two thirds of working parents surveyed in the US believe they are failing at parenting
Second report in our global working parents series examines the policy gap for working parents in the US
A new study finds, despite growing availability of paid leave to employees, working parents report a significant disconnect between what a company says it offers and what they actually experience.Download now
Expecting more than a baby: Closing the employee experience gap for working parents
An in-depth study that assesses the state of working parenthood in the UK today
– what is really happening when life meets work.
In understanding and confronting the challenges faced by working parents, this report shows why & how the savviest organisations will provide targeted support, optimise employees’ experience, and...Download now
Coaching vs. Employee Assistance Programs
HR practitioners understand the value and demand for coaching and are often the pivotal champions who introduce coaching to the workplace. But from some perspectives, coaching has similarities to the on-demand counseling services offered by Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs). Our latest whitepaper explores the key differences.Download now
Working out burnout
Talking Talent offers an in-depth study to get to the heart of what triggers burnout with professionals in UK businesses, identifying trends, attitudes and behaviours across family set-ups, industries and seniority of position, as well as offering key insights for employers on preventative approaches to burnout.Download now
Moving on from maternity
Improving the gender balance within an organisation is proven to increase performance and profits. In Ireland today – as the rest of Europe – men and women are still not equally represented in senior positions. Female talent is draining away at all levels, with the transition to parenthood being the major pinch point.Download now
Women-only coaching support: why bother?
This insight paper explores the five biggest objections our clients hear when proposing our women-only Progression Coaching programmes. We look at the responses that have been the most effective in overcoming those objections and the success that we have seen from our programmes to date.Download now