The theme of this year’s International Women’s Day is Balance for Better, a call-to-action for driving gender balance across the world.
This year we are asking organisations how they will make a difference on this important issue. A key priority for us here at Templar is helping organisations achieve greater gender equality, and we are proud to announce the launch of our global Women’s Development Series.
Programmes include Executive Presence, Negotiation for Women, Speaking Up, Building Political Capital and Own Your Brand.
Research tells us that institutions that are successful in achieving gender diversity and equality have done so by providing specialised training for women. Our series of programmes are specifically designed for women who wish to broaden their impact and influence, and are keen to cultivate and grow their leadership abilities.
Templar Advisors Asia director, Samantha Yang, said: “Combining our extensive experience coaching female talent across various industries globally, our team of coaches designed the WDS programme to address key skills that female professionals need to develop into more senior roles.”
We work with talent managers and business leaders to help develop female leaders. We help women with their presentation skills, pitches and other communication challenges that they might have.
As a result, our programmes are highly interactive and practical, involving a combination of exercises, models, peer discussion and feedback, born from in-depth discussions with clients as well as experience in training people globally for almost two decades across various sectors.
“We are very excited about today’s global launch and think Templar’s WDS will begin to fill a need we have now seen from both sides – in our current roles as coaches as well as in our own previous professions,” explained Templar consultant Megan Philbin from our US office.
These sessions are highly tailored to the specific requirements of both institutions and individuals.
Our sessions are designed to suit a range of formats, such as full-day workshops, two-hour workshops, group training and one-on-one coaching. These courses are also suitable for offsite sessions.
Kirsty Reynolds, who is based in our UK office said: “We know from experience that men and women face many of the same fundamental challenges when it comes to spoken communication and career advancement. However, the right approach and practical skills needed to overcome those challenges is often gender-specific.”
The female coaches at Templar have deep personal experience across financial services – sales, trading, investment banking, and asset management – as well as backgrounds in marketing and academia.
women’s development series:
How it Differs and Why That Matters
The Art of Being Heard and Claiming Credit
Negotiating for Women
Increase Negotiating Success and Self-Confidence
Building Political Capital
Navigating Career Politics Without Compromising Your integrity
Own your brand
Ways to own your personal narrative
IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO FIND OUT MORE ABOUT OUR WOMEN’S DEVELOPMENT SERIES, CONTACT US BELOW.
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