April 10, 2012
Local company says WE Lead gives value “not just to women, but entire organization”
The Chamber’s WE Lead professional development program, now recruiting for its seventh class, has seen an increased interest as more and more companies make the commitment to their employees’ success. For Sabrina Shattles, Executive VP of Editorial and Creative at Healthy Advice Networks, the program has proved its value from the beginning.
For Sabrina Shattles, Executive VP of Editorial and Creative at Healthy Advice Networks, the program has proved its value from the beginning. “I was in the first class of WE Lead, and when I graduated it became clear to me the value that this program would have for the women in my organization, and not just the women but the entire organization,” said Shattles.
WE Lead participants experience tremendous successes, from promotions to life changes to personal transformations over the ten-month period.
Healthy Advice Networks has sent an employee through the program every year since the beginning, six women total. “The changes that I’ve seen in the women from Healthy Advice Networks that have gone through WE Lead have included being more courageous, taking more risks in their job, having the confidence to speak up and the knowledge of how to do that in an organization to bring about changes and results,” said Shattles.
WE Lead's continually evolving combination of professional coaching and inventive curriculum provides employees the leadership and communication tools they need to develop personally and professionally and enhance their leadership capabilities.
“I am confident to say that WE Lead has helped Healthy Advice Networks take our high performing women and help them move to the next level,” shared Shattles. “It has definitely been worth resources, cost and the commitment as an organization to send them because we have received an outstanding return on investment.”
Applications for WE Lead Class 7 are now being accepted.
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Application deadine is June 4, 2012.
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