It’s time for recruiters to offer feedback to every candidate who doesn’t get the job. London Business School research finds this is a key tool for driving up women’s applications for top jobs.
Has anyone ever told you how remarkable you are for the way you plough on despite everything that’s on your shoulders? Or perhaps you’ve wondered how a colleague carries on confidently undeterred by criticism when you crumble and ruminate for days in similar circumstances? I recently spent an evening delving into the world of resilience with Dr Carole Pemberton and in this post I’m offering five key insights to make you stronger and better able to withstand life’s batterings.
Shaping cultures, fuelling talent
Coaching has a positive ripple effect far beyond the person being coached. I don’t just coach individuals though, I work to help employers shape their cultures too. Coachees talk about the positive impact they believe coaching is having on others; the opportunities opening up because of things they have done as a result of coaching and other people noticing positive changes. This is coaching at its best.
and Public Speaking
From BBC News and Woman’s Hour to keynote speeches and commentary in The Daily Telegraph, Red, Psychologies and Mother & Baby. “Jessica spoke with great lucidity and passion, and I know everyone in the room learned a lot. I particularly liked Jessica’s thoughts about how government can encourage men to lean in as fathers.” Seema Kennedy, MP
Coaching bright career-oriented women
Hankering after a career shift upwards, sideways or just anywhere other than where you are right now… but feeling desperately immobile? I coach women through the swirl of career ideas dancing round their heads and accelerate their shift up the ladder or into something satisfyingly new. Confidence grows, focus is found and the resolve to succeed increases.
Maternity & career returner support
Women from organisations such as IBM, Roche, EY, Cambridge University, Carillion and Standard Life have taken part in our ‘maternity comeback’ and ‘career comeback’ workshops. They’re free to the individuals taking part and perhaps you read about them in the Guardian Women in Leadership section? Participants co-create the agenda so it’s highly focused on their needs.
Coachees on how they've benefited
“It’s been remarkable – a huge impact on my personal and professional life.” Nicky’s getting better results from her team, she’s confidently approaching difficult conversations and is fulfilling a secret ambition to write a book. Read how Agnes, Dani, Andrea and Emmy say they’ve benefited from a short spell of coaching.
Visit The Talent Keeper Specialists
The Talent Keeper Specialists helps employers keep, retain and develop returning talented and valued employees through workshops, 1:1 coaching and culture-shaping initiatives aimed at line managers. We provide both off-the-peg and customised solutions through our select team of experienced coaching and talent practitioners.