This time around, we focused on developing a personal strategy map for each person to achieve their personal leadership goals for the year ahead.
This event was an opportunity for members to focus on themselves, building their confidence and relationships in the process.
Our workshop focused on one of the most critical steps toward parity in the workplace: understanding bias and its impact.
Over the course of the retreat, our goals were to create opportunities for relationship-building and bonding for the new class, and providing thought-provoking prompts for each woman to reflect on her career path and goals for the coming year.
The women from this state-wide CPA firm worked with us on Leadership Development skills.
At Gild, we are notorious for loving to get our hands dirty with a creative project. Although our business has changed and grown a lot over the past few years, we have always had a mission at the heart of what we do that centers around confidence, creativity, and community. And while our central focus has shifted from craft projects to women’s issues (in the form of workshops, strategy, and training), creativity is still at the heart of what we do. We often get questions about why we are so passionate about the benefits of being creative with your women’s initiative participants, so we thought we’d share a few of those benefits here.
We created Morse Code Necklaces with a personalized message that will now serve as an ongoing reminder of this workshop.
Together, we focused on how building positive female relationships can combat second generation gender bias—without even realizing it.