WOMEN'S ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT
Companies with gender diversity in executive teams are 25% more likely to have above-average profitability.
MCKINSEY & COMPANY / 2020
Women who lead & prosper
Everyone benefits from women's prosperity.
Women make enormous contributions to economies. They are essential as entrepreneurs or employees. They are also the greatest unpaid care givers in all societies. Women's economic empowerment is a prerequisite for sustainable societal and economic growth.
Women should have equal access to decision making power and should expect to work in an environment that supports their legitimate ambitions for leadership and wealth.
The magic of community
Strong networks drive success. We encourage women to be bold, ambitious, confident and "dream big".
Women should be confident to take the next professional step. Executive mentoring boosts confidence, while training programs teach the requisite skills to do so. But strong networks and mutual support underpin the ambition to dream big and strive for more.
A society that is based on
Diversity contributes to the "winning strategy".
When women are at the table, businesses grow. Diversity is a vibrant resource for organisational and business performance. Being responsible and sustainable drives innovation and growth, boosts global competitiveness, attracts investment and contributes to profitability.
When business organisations focus on diversity management as a strong performance tool for sustainable growth, the bottom line grows. Businesses are stronger for ensuring women's executive leadership development, competitive remuneration by maintaining a culture that praises diversity, learning and change.
PROPELLED BY PURPOSE
Women are underappreciated for their labour and contribution to the economy while the global economy itself faces significant environmental challenges. It is time that women have an equal say with men in addressing issues like sustainable growth, circular economy, etc. So, let's talk – and take meaningful action.
STEERED BY FACTS
Meaningful discussions and doing must be fact-based. Otherwise, it's just blah-blah. That's a fact.
WIRED TO ENGAGE
We care whether today's economies and business models are sustainable. So, we keep our eyes and ears open to detect any opportunity for meaningful action – always ready to engage for a positive impact.
POWERED BY RESILIENCE
It's easy to run into seemingly unsolvable problems – to get crushed under their weight. Yet, the art is to stay productive and maintain the “Yes, we can” attitude. And resilience is a must-have. Because – “We care.”
FLYING WITH JOY
Surely, the Happiness Index is as vital for our well-being as is the good old GDP. And being joyful contributes to a better bottom line. There is no doubt about that. Thus we strive to uplift ourselves to trigger fun and joy.
Novatore is a team of experienced business professionals who have created services to empower women with relevant knowledge and training to apply for and serve on management and supervisory boards.
Our team employs up-to-date tools to review and address corporate programs to improve governance, sustainability, innovation and above all – diversity.
You are a business executive who wishes to embrace more power and responsibility. Let us support you individually in your ambition to move to the next level.
Executive mentoring to question and hone strong leadership and management skills.
Individual coaching for encouragement, motivation and business development.
Experience and member-based networking programmes for learning and discussions.
We work with organisations to embrace diversity as a strategic business development tool, using established international principles and frameworks.
Corporate ESG (Environment, Social, Governance) assessments and recommendations.
Corporate diversity management training.
Seminars and training programs to understand "diversity" and its impact on a company's bottom line.
Corporate sustainability management: analysis, reporting, training and communications.
WORK WITH US
MEN'S TEAM AHEAD
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In 2021 the gender pay gap in Latvia was 14,6%
(5% on average in the EU)