They look around at masculine leaders (male and female) and subconsciously think to themselves:
“I can’t be a leader because I don’t look or feel like that.”
“I have to hide or suppress parts of myself in order to speak up and be taken seriously.”
This sparks feelings of self-doubt, a lack of valuing the wisdom within, and a resistance to speaking up. It erodes a woman’s sense of inner freedom to lead and share her mind publicly.
Our curriculum supports women in clarifying and owning the value of their ideas. We teach women how to prepare and deliver talks, presentations and communications that move, impact and influence their listeners.
We support women in feeling confident and free to speak up & be themselves in a variety of settings: public talks on stages, panel discussions, group/team meetings, fundraising conversations and more.
We help women to transform fear, doubt and resistance to sharing their voices into natural confidence and charisma. We deal with the unique challenges that come up for women around sharing their voices in the presence of men.
We provide a very supportive, celebratory and fun environment!
Our unique practices help women to re-wire their nervous systems so that speaking up becomes an experience of safety, power, joy and freedom.