The Award-Winning Springboard Women’s Development Programme has changed the lives of over 230,000 women in over 40 countries. It empowers and enables women to identify the clear, practical
and realistic steps that they want to take to achieve their goals, both at home and at work, whilst building the practical skills and confidence to take these steps.
The programme consists of
- Four one day workshops spread over three months
- A personal award-winning workbook
- Access to Springboard networks
- Inspirational female guest speakers
- Understanding yourself
- Identifying your values
- Confidence building
- Setting goals
- Networking and support
- Work-life balance
- More energy, less anxiety
Benefits for individuals
By encouraging you to look at yourself as a whole person, the programme will help you identify and work towards your goals and achieve what you want to
achieve. Springboard will help you take charge of your life, grow in confidence, set and achieve goals, manage stress better, balance home and work, recognise and develop your talents, learn
new skills, develop assertiveness, and more!
Benefits for employers
Managers of participants on the Springboard Development Programme confirm that participants become more focussed, develop better communication skills, clearer career goals, and more positive
attitudes enabling them to confidently solve problems.
Benefits to the employer
Springboard cite an abundance of evaluation evidence, gathered from a wealth of organisations over many years:
- 84% of Springboard participants say they are ‘more open to change’ since attending the Springboard Women’s Development Programme.
- 83% say they have ‘a more positive attitude’.
- 80% say they have ‘increased confidence/self-esteem’.
- 79% say they are ‘better at managing change’.
- 78% have ‘taken on more responsibility’.
- 75% say they can provide evidence that they are ‘better at problem-solving’
- 67% say they can provide evidence that they are making a ‘better use of resources’
Organisations that have used Springboard include: Barclays bank; BBC; Brighton and Hove Council; Cambridge University; Dorset Police; Inland
Revenue; Learning and Skills Council; MOD; Ordnance Survey; Salisbury Health Care Trust; SE Employers Association; University of Oxford; Wiltshire County Council
If you would like to find out more or discuss introducing Springboard within your organisation, please contact us