EXECUTE YOUR DREAM CORPORATE PROGRAM

The EXECUTE YOUR DREAM CORPORATE PROGRAM is designed to provide you with the opportunity to invest in your women, and specifically women of color employees. It’s a blueprint for women to design, and put into action a personalized plan to achieve life goals with purpose, confidence, and power. 

EXECUTE YOUR DREAM goes beyond being a training course. It’s an implementation program that shifts mindsets, transcending all fears and barriers that inevitably arise when setting aspirational goals – both business and personal.

Execute Your Dream
aiming high.
growing in self-knowledge.
being in action
& sustaining THE
action over time.

- 10 week program
- live coaching sessions
- full access to 7 modules

including videos, audio content,
and downloadable materials.

results and benefits
participants
report
include

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The 7 'Execute Your Dream' Program Modules

MODULE 1:

In this module you will create a vision for your dream life. Highlights include:

MODULE 2:

Once a vision for your life has been created, it’s time to build confidence in making it happen. Highlights include:

MODULE 3:

With clarity on the gap to get to your dream life, next step is to create a unique personalized plan to get there. Highlights include:

MODULE 4:

Implementing the plan. Highlights include:

 

MODULE 5:

Taking a breath and reflecting on putting yourself first, second and third on your priority list. Highlights include:

MODULE 6:

Going beyond the obstacles and challenges that inevitably arise. Highlights include:

MODULE 7:

Celebrating your accomplishments in this program. Highlights include:

“Addressing the COVID-19 pandemic, many employees are struggling to do their jobs feeling like they’re ‘always on’ now that the boundaries between work and home have blurred, or worried about their family’s health and finances, or burnt out. Women in particular have been negatively impacted —especially women of color. The pandemic has intensified challenges that women already faced. Working mothers have always worked a “double shift”. Now the supports that made this possible—including school and childcare—have been upended. Meanwhile, Black women already faced more barriers to advancement than most other employees. Today they’re also coping with the disproportionate impact of COVID-19 on the Black community and the emotional toll of repeated instances of racial violence falls heavily on their shoulders.

As a result of these dynamics, more than one in four women are contemplating what many would have considered unthinkable just six months ago: downshifting their careers or leaving the workforce completely. This is an emergency for corporate America. Companies risk losing women in leadership—and future women leaders—and unwinding years of painstaking progress toward gender diversity.

But the crisis also represents an opportunity. If companies make significant investments in building a more flexible and empathetic workplace—and there are signs that this is starting to happen—they can retain the employees most affected by today’s crises and nurture a culture in which women have equal opportunity to achieve their potential over the long term.” – Women in the Workplace 2020’ McKinsey Report

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