We have created a new holistic approach to helping employers better support their women leaders, create a culture of unity, identify new opportunities for growth and foster authentic leadership.
Closing the gender gap, while implementing design thinking strategies and authentic leadership allows you to harness currently under-utilized talent. Imagine what’s possible when all of our talent is encouraged and supported to reach their full potential.
Women Leadership Nation™ (WLN) is a boutique leadership advisory, training & development company specializing in helping organizations close the gender gap, increase resiliency and create a Unified Workplace™; while also helping women leaders successfully navigate the workplace and thrive.
Employers - understand their current level of unity, set goals, and create a culture that embraces inclusion, diversity, collaboration and innovation. WLN begins by helping employers create a holistic Unity Strategy Playbook™.
Teams - engage in a deeper dialogue about differences, identifying commonalities and increasing the potential for greater understanding, acceptance, respect and opportunities for collaboration. Teams also learn new approaches to successfully managing conflict and creating win-win resolutions.
Economic Development Offices - Attract and retain thought leading businesses and top talent by becoming a Unified Business Community™ that creates a supportive environment where Unified Workplaces™ can growth and thrive.
Women Leadership Nation has officially formed a new partnership with the Electricity Human Resources Canada (EHRC) on International Women’s Day.
This strategic alliance will offer EHRC members and Leadership Accord signatories with training & development and strategy support focused on helping them to make progress in closing the Gender Gap.
EHRC members and Accord signatories will benefit from access to valuable resources, preferred pricing and a 10% discount on all WLN programs and services designed to help them achieve parity.
"We are thrilled to be partnering with the EHRC to help support the Gender Leadership Accord. We believe signing the Accord provides businesses with exceptional direction and support as they strive to become a more unified workplace. We look forward to working with EHRC and their member organizations to help them take a new, holistic approach to closing the gender gap; while also helping them to emerge as more diverse, inclusive and collaborative, and ultimately a more innovative organization.” Jennifer Ladouceur, President, Women Leadership Nation, A Pozentivity Inc. Company
We are excited to be working with forward-thinking organizations who are ready to create a new model and a new approach to closing the Gender Gap and innovating.
The Leadership Accord on Gender Diversity is a public commitment by Canadian employers, educators, unions and governments to promote the values of diversity and inclusion within their organizations. It was developed and launched by EHRC on March 8th 2017 and provides a platform to create a culture of equality and inclusion throughout the workforce.
Signing the Accord is just the first step on an exciting journey.
When you make the commitment to sign the Accord’s certificate of declaration, you also make a commitment to benchmark your organization through a guided review process and self-assessment tool. These tools will help you implement a succession of initiatives that will support tangible outcomes and help diversity thrive in your organization long-term.
"EHRC’s partnership with Women Leadership Nation was developed with the understanding that changing the gender landscape is not easy: it takes tactical and continued efforts to effect systemic change. EHRC’s vision in partnering with WLN is that those organizations who need support will be equipped with the knowledge and resources needed to identify and overcome barriers that might slow your organization’s progress. WLN are experts at delivering holistic training, measurement, and tailored support solutions to help employers become not just more diverse, but more agile and competitive." Michelle Branigan, Chief Executive Officer, Electricity Human Resources Canada
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