Are you great at attracting a diverse workforce at graduate level, but you suffer severe attrition of minority talent at mid-level? Does your organisational culture leave your minority talent feeling alienated and excluded? Is the lack of diverse role models at the top of your organisation hindering your diversity initiatives?
I work with law firms, banks and large corporates who are committed to increasing diversity at the top. Through keynote talks, workshops and 121 coaching I’ll inspire, empower and motivate your minority talent to fulfil their enormous potential.
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You may be working hard to root out the cultural barriers and institutional biases that are preventing minorities from progressing to the top, but what are you doing to empower your minority talent to overcome the self doubt and skepticism that is holding them back?
For many women, BAME, LGBTQ+ and other minorities, surviving and thriving in an environment which is neither diverse nor inclusive can feel like a battle they can’t win. They harbour negative beliefs that act as hidden barriers to success.
Through keynote talks, workshops and the Have It All Coaching Programme I teach the practical tools and strategies your talent needs to overcome their internal barriers to success. Specifically I will help your talent to successfully juggle work and family, and to own their Imposter Syndrome, so they can approach their career with greater ambition, resilience and courage.
My talks, workshops and 121 coaching programme on Balance and Imposter Syndrome can help you change that.
Caroline Flanagan is an inspirational speaker, transformational coach, author and business owner. Caroline works with international law firms, banks and other global organisations to increase the number of women and minorities at leadership level, and with high achieving individuals who want to fulfil their personal and professional potential.
Her clients include Google, Accenture, Shell; international global law firms White & Case, Mayer Brown, Latham & Watkins, Arthur Cox; and global financial institutions HSBC Asset Management and Morgan Stanley.