Do you want more women at the top of your organisation?
Most companies are interested in strategic talent management and in how to promote more women to the highest management levels of their organisation. In general this interest is being developed because directors know that offering talent attractive prospects is good for the company. Having talent attracts more talent and this in turn leads to a company that is a cut above other organisations on many levels.
Good HR policy that enables talented women to move up the corporate ladder to the highest ranks shows that careful consideration has been paid to the value of diversity and its many advantages. Smart employers think about how to attract talent and create space for women to be promoted through to board level.
As we are fully aware, many organisations are already using leadership programmes and traineeships to meet the need to attract and retain female talent. We applaud this approach. At the same time we are confronted with the observation that there are still very few women at the top.
With the Future Female Leaders Program we are making women aware early on in their career of the impact they themselves are empowered to make, of the skills they already have, and also of how they are seen by others in terms of career perspective: how the game is played. Creating consciousness of these factors is the most important thing and we are convinced that this provides the selected young women with a solid foundation to become better and stronger leaders. The participants will also support each other as a group, which will also be reinforced over time by the role alumni will come to play in the programme.
There are various ways for principals to participate in the FFL program. Read here or call: 020-72 33 642.
The FFL Programme offers top female talent a unique opportunity to develop leadership qualities in an early stage of their career, laying a strong foundation for a leadership role at an executive level in the near future. Participants learn to break through internal and external barriers and to shine when it’s called for.
Teachers are from various areas and specializations (some examples):
> Prof. dr. Jaap van Muijen (professor)
> Drs. Jeroen Smit (professor, publicist)
> Gijs Scholten van Aschat (actor)
Participants combine the FFL Program with work. A Future Female Leader is employed and is participating in the FFL Program through her employer who contributes to the FFL Program or she works on secondment on assignments of FFL BV.
Each Future Female Leader will have their own coach and a practical mentor. They will support the participant in her development in online and offline meetings.
This select group includes professors, actors, CEO's, entrepreneurs and other relevant persons. They will convey their specific knowledge and experience in compact and intensive sessions to the participant.