How can you really help our retention rate?

Women resign largely because of a toxic work environment, lack of career progression (including salary gap) and overall burnout. Topics we teach and the tools we introduce will: 

  • Streamline non-work work (meetings, presentations, people management, task management, etc.)

  • Guide clarity of thinking. Brainstorming that actually drives result, not just stockpiling would-be solutions

  • Foster new ways of seeing problems that will lead to innovative and inexpensive ways to solve them

  • Build leadership capability with empathy and accountability as its foundation

How do you measure your impact?

We can measure the outcome using pre- and-post-training focus group discussions, included in the service charge. We can assist you with measuring year-long impacts using API technologies for an additional charge. If you are interested in this, let’s chat further.

What is the entire menu of topics in your toolkit?

Business comms:

  • Personal branding (your network is your net worth)

  • How to pitch an idea in 10 slides

  • Data visualisation

  • How to write CTAs on all biz comms

  • How to say no

  • How to navigate difficult conversations

  • How to handle rejection like a boss

  • How send a “cold” email

  • How to stay in an in-person meeting room

  • Personal branding: LinkedIn, CV, cover letter, yourownwebsite.com

Problem solving:

  • How to define a problem

  • The process of design thinking

  • Case studies covering a diverse range of problems

  • How to sell your solution

Strategy:

  • What is the true meaning of strategy and how to produce a good one

  • Strategy vs tactic

  • How to write a business plan

Leadership:

  • Leadership vs job title

  • How to be a boss without being a bitch

  • How to deal with firing and hiring

  • How to be the dream manager

  • How to get ahead in the boardroom

  • How to apply leadership in life

Some extras:

  • Design for the non-creative

  • Hacking your ADHD

  • Nutrition

  • Skincare

  • Personal finance

  • Intercultural relationships at work

Still haven’t found what you’re looking for? Send us a topic request.

What work process do you use?

We always start with a “chemistry test” to see if we are a match, because we need to ensure you get our jokes (and vice versa).

 

We then listen to what your HR problems are. We will only give you a diagnosis and the prescription for it after we fully understand where your “pain point” is.

 

We will send a prescription/ proposal that details your treatment plan and pricing with no hidden costs! 

 

Once we tie the knot, our instructional designers will start working on your bespoke course design, complete with handout, tests, homework and tools. 

 

As soon as you let us know the email address of your delegates, we will onboard them and off we go.

 

We will end the course with a special code to join our peer-to-peer coaching community. That way, the learning never really ends.

What will my company get from this investment?

On top of the outcomes of each programme, your company will also get tools that range from low to high tech. These tools, such as productivity apps and hacks, are carefully curated to fit your needs, and we can recommend these largely because they are what we use in our operations, too. Some tools are free and some are a software extension, but the controls are always in your hands. You can subscribe to as many or as little as you see fit.

What do you mean when you say your course is designed with women and minorities in mind?

We recognise that while maths is the same everywhere, not all people have access to infrastructure, help, healthcare, childcare, funding, and safety and security. So we derive our examples and case studies from diverse settings. Not all the best solutions are high tech and not all tech can solve all problems.

We believe that the rule of thumb in design thinking is to remember that the solution we are devising is going to be used by humans. The fact that humans live in different countries, cultures and conditions means that one solution does not fit all. This company’s mission is to support women+, so our focus is to provide content that is applicable for situations that they may encounter.

How is the course going to be delivered?

We deliver it based on your specific needs and situation. We try to be as accommodating as possible in terms of date (including weekends and national holidays, which are different in different cultures), time zones and location (remote or in person).

We have our English and Indonesian centres (yes, catering to both languages), but we remote train our global audience from Abuja to Auckland. Participants can either join in as a group in a meeting room or from home and we will adjust the delivery accordingly. For individuals without access to computers or reliable Internet access, we provide e-learning access on our own app that you can use as and when your Internet is available at your own pace.

What is a typical rundown of a full-day of group course like?

A remote training on presentation skills would run like this (all times in one time zone)

09:00-09:15

09:15-09:30

09:30-09:45

09:45-10:45

10:45-11:00

11:00-12:00

12:00-13:00

13:00-13:10

13:00-14:15

14:15-15:00

15:00-15:15

15:15-15:45

15:45-16:00

16:00-16:45

16:45-17:00

Speaker on a one-hour webinar

Introduction to the correct definition of presentation, its objective and when NOT to hold a presentation.

How to achieve clarity of mind before starting any task, especially a presentation

Goal setting for your presentation and exercise 1:

  • Who should attend your presentation

  • Who among the attendees are going to make or break your goal

Exercise 2: Build an audience empathy map 

Coffee break

Build your thesis

Exercise 3: How to write your thesis statement

Lunch break and Q&A line is open

Q&A discussion

The pyramid of persuasion

Exercise 4: Draw the anatomy of your presentation 

Solving your data dilemmas

Coffee break

Exercise 5: Build your slides

Q&A: how to handle difficult audiences

Design principles for presentation slides 

Final Q&A and closing

What are the learning outcomes that I can expect from my female employees after joining a training programme?

  • Able to create slides beautifully without relying on graphic designers

  • Can effectively present their ideas using compelling data

  • Will showcase their competency with confidence and power

  • Have the mentality of a problem solver with design thinking

  • Be a leader with high level of emotional quotient

  • Work efficiently with a strategy that delivers

How much do I need to invest for a full day of in-person training?

Around £475 per person. The actual quote will be given tailored to the needs of the organisation, the number of people joining, and the format and location of the event. As an example, we would quote £9,500 for 20 people in a group course held in Portsmouth Technopole in the UK, which includes venue hire and catering.

If I need your services for various purposes, what are the rates?

These are just guidelines. The actual quote will be after we receive a request for proposal from your company.

Speaker on a one-hour webinar

£1,750

Half-day group training of up to four hours (online) 

£250 per person
(minimum five, maximum 25).

Full-day group training of up to eight hours (online)

£350 per person
(minimum five people, maximum 25).

Boardroom strategy workshop facilitation for two days

  • Facilitation only

  • Including strategy/plan document as output

£10,000

£15,000

Brand-new course development for topics within our expertise but beyond the existing core courses

Starting at £5,000 per syllabus, including teaching slide(s)

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Is it possible to invite non-women to the training?

  • We welcome transitioning, non-cis, non-binary individuals in our training

  • For the charity sector we welcome any person as long as there is a female participant in the group

  • If there are two business inquiries for the same date, no matter what the budget is, we will prioritise women-led organisation to receive our services

  • We welcome breastfeeding activities during our training

  • When it is logistically feasible, we allow a parent to attend training with their child(ren) and pet(s)

  • We welcome accessibility inquiries, for example, multi-language translation, braille transcript, sign-language interpreter, wheelchair access, support-animal access, creché, etc.