Business Partnerships - Because She Matters with Aprill Edwards

“There’s a very clear trend that women are having a harder time in the workplace than men, women of color are having a harder work experience than White women and Black women are having sort of the hardest experience overall,” Lean In’s deputy director of communications, Rachel E. Cooke.

Women are burning out at a faster rate than male employees. Question…

  • What is your company doing to support female employees?

  • How can you enable more women to become successful in their home and work life?

Burnout…

A common definition of burnout is derived from the Maslack Burnout Inventory.  “Burnout is a psychological syndrome emerging as a prolonged response to chronic interpersonal stressors on the job.

Key dimensions…

  • Overwhelming exhaustion
  • Feelings of cynicism and detachment from the job
  • A sense of ineffectiveness and lack of accomplishment

Now is the time for leaders to take initiative within their own companies to protect and foster the role of women in the workplace for the future.

Now is the time…

 

  • It’s time to recognize and acknowledge that women face unique, often overlooked challenges.  

  • It’s time to recognize and acknowledge that whether at home, in the workplace, or wearing any of the other hats that women wear, they face unique, often overlooked challenges–yet have the same, if not higher expectations. 

  • It’s time to recognize and acknowledge the broken rung in the career advancement ladder that keeps women working harder, longer and for less, to prove they are deserving.

The Research is  in…

Research shows that healthy employees are happier and show higher rates of productivity, job performance, and job satisfaction. According to a study by GlassDoor, 87% of employees expect their employer to support them in balancing work and personal commitments.

Organizations that invest in ensuring their employees flourish and thrive beyond just their 9-5 will remain ahead of the curve. Employees are indeed looking to their employees to provide resources and support managing their non-work areas of their life, helping them become less vulnerable to  stress–which is a significant driver of poor health and diminished happiness. 

Now is the time and we are here with the opportunity to help your company protect, foster and nurture the role of women in the workplace for the future. 

training with aprill edwards

Through our trainings, programs, workshops or consulting, we can help your organization identify and support the women in your workplace find the balance, support and solutions they need to re-ignite their fire, find more passion and meaning in their work, and find ways and opportunities to further develop the leader within.

Those answers are often not found in the typical job training. And, often, bringing in new faces, new energy and fresh perspective can not only help your team feel supported by their workplace, but also create excitement around the possibilities to grow and evolve to new levels.

We use tools and strategies related to self-discovery, self-esteem, self-help, self-empowerment, and self-love to shed the layers inhibiting women from living their most powerful, most purposeful life. Yes, these apply in the workplace!!! In fact, they are the missing key.  Investing in the PERSON is an investment in the ORGANIZATION.

    Because She Matters

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    2909 E Arkansas Ln # C, Arlington, TX 76010

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