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WHAT WE DO
Leadership Equality Advancement Process (LEAP)
LEAP is an integrated solution created to produce sustainable results. A positive work environment coupled with advancing and developing women are the building blocks for attracting and retaining high performers. Companies succeed when they can attract, develop, and retain top performers.
The LEAP Scorecard goes beyond employee engagement surveys and head count. It assesses the impact diversity and inclusion programs have on changing employees' perception of the work environment -- a true indicator of success.
Knowing where to start, setting priorities, and measuring progress are fundamental to a successful strategy. CareerAgility's 5-step process is designed to help companies build and sustain an inclusive workplace while mitigating potential risk of lawsuits.
The bottom line is that you have limited resources. You want to be sure you get the greatest return on your investment.
Some companies see data as the end in and of itself. We see data as a means to a sustainable solution.
It takes persistence to:
Achieve organizational alignment behind a cultural change
Address and remove barriers to success
Maintain consistent communication
Establish accountability for integrating the change
Because we are committed to your success, CareerAgility offers additional support to calibrate your organization in each of these areas.
Our extensive experience in cultural and organizational change is a valuable resource before, during and after implementation.
Creating a positive workplace to attract and retain high performing women goes beyond conducting surveys.
An important component for retaining high performing women is development and advancement. This includes increasing their success as leaders, having a clearly defined path to management and leadership roles coupled with resources and support to accomplish their goals.
CareerAgility offers solutions to further create a work environment in which women thrive. Companies thrive when women thrive.
60% of college graduates are women
51% of companies have problems attracting high performing women
59% of companies have difficulty retaining women
80% of women who leave go to competing companies