The Business Challenge: Burnout and Retaining Female Talent
Is only a small percentage of the leadership roles at your organization filled by women?
Does your top talent seem to constantly feel stressed and burned out?
Are you spending a lot of time and money on recruiting talent for the same roles?
Do you have high turnover rates? Are you losing your top female talent?
Many organizations are struggling to achieve increased productivity, greater growth and more positive results. But trying to accomplish these things without addressing high turnover and the lacking engagement of employees will lead to failure.
Did you know that:
— Gallup Reports
Creating an environment where employees feel fulfilled and valued is not only good for your workforce, it results in better business outcomes, higher productivity, increased customer satisfaction, and greater business growth and profits. Helping employees achieve growth is key to their fulfillment and sense of being of value.
Developing the leadership capabilities of employees creates a significant positive impact on the workforce, and speeds re-engagement of team members. But women have different needs than men, and most organizations fail short in providing the guidance needed to help women achieve their full potential.
According to Brandon Hall:
Gain a competitive advantage by providing benefits for your employees that draws, engages and impacts them personally.
Why does this work? When people are financially invested, they want a return. When people are emotionally invested, they want to contribute.
The top 2 critical calls to action are to:
1) Provide more gender awareness training for everyone, and
2) Provide coaching and mentoring programs to female leaders
We Can Help
The Freedom Keys works with companies to help them attract, retain and engage their female talent. We are a strategic partner in helping companies to build a pipeline of female leaders by helping women build their confidence, hone their leadership skills and develop a strong executive presence, so they can make a bigger impact.
We work with extremely talented women leaders who have allowed internal or external factors to get in the way of fully contributing to their organizations and having a significant impact. We help women examine what is going on, identify what obstacles are in the way and help them choose a course of action to assist with their goals, so that they can unlock their presence, power and potential.
Why does Presence matter?
With the desire to be strong, independent and confident, many women have created a false, inauthentic leadership presence. This lack of authenticity weakens their effectiveness in mobilizing their teams, which reduces engagement and slows business growth.
When women are authentically present, they can be present to the needs of others as well as the needs of the organization. They can also reduce stress and create more balance in their lives.
Would you like to know more?
Please contact our CEO & founder Jen Bugajsky at 630-674-4228 or Jen@thefreedomkeys.com to schedule a call to learn more.
Jen had a successful career at Accenture for 20 years before embarking on a new career as a Women’s Leadership Coach. She has emerged as a fierce advocate for women to discover their voice, declare their confidence and develop an executive presence that attracts the attention they desire, so they can ditch the burnout, increase their performance and have a greater influence in their families, communities and the world.
She believes that strong, authentic, female leadership presence is the key to helping organizations thrive in today’s competitive business environment.
Jen Bugajsky – Life, Leadership & Executive Coach, Keynote Speaker
“I have a newfound sense of courage and confidence in asking for what I want”
“I learned to achieve my goals by recognizing when I was getting in my own way!”
“I no longer strive for the “perfect” work/life balance, I create what works for me!”
“I see how embracing conflict can be healthy and create new and improved ideas”
“I feel more comfortable making strategic decisions without the anxiety and waiting game “