Female managers are leaving their jobs at nearly twice the rate of men1 and one of the reasons they cite is the lack of development opportunities.


Helping women to develop and sustain confidence will be key to nurturing them as leaders. In KPMG's Women's Leadership Study2, two in three respondents  (67%) believed they need more support building their confidence to feel like they can be a leader.

One of the best ways, companies can retain the high potential managers in their pipeline is to show them that they matter through investment in their development. Coaching can help women with the challenges they feel are holding them back from achieving their true potential and provide them the tools to handle new challenges as they arise.

1The Female Leadership Crisis, Network of Executive Women, 2018

2Women's Leadership Study, KPMG, 2015

there are more ceo's in the fortune 500
named john,
than there are ceo's who are women.
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