BEST PRACTICE FOR SUPPORTING WOMEN IN CONSTRUCTION ROLES
ISG approached Constructing Equality Ltd to develop a two day course to support female managers in developing an understanding of how they are perceived by, and relate to, others in the workplace. The programme was designed to look at how they could strengthen their positions and increase their effectiveness as managers, as well as become future leaders in the business.
Initially ISG felt that its female managers were robust enough and comfortable in their positions so was unsure as to how the course would be received. However they were inundated with positive feedback from course attendees and a number of women across the business have since expressed their interest in attending any future courses.
To develop an understanding of workplace perception within female managers.
To increase confidence and effectiveness within female managers to aspire to be future leaders in business.
To help individuals recognise and overcome potential barriers so that they can develop and excel as leaders.
March 11, 2014