For Organisations

To Become, we must willingly go on the journey and in freedom say yes or no.

As an organisation, you are faced with insurmountable challenges on a regular basis:  change your leadership culture, build your talent pipeline, achieve your diversity targets.  And yet, despite all your efforts and investment to date, you are probably still struggling to help your best women leaders succeed and grow.

At Becoming, we can help.  We don’t telling women what to do and how to lead.  We believe in walking alongside them on a journey to discover who they are, as a woman and as a leader.  We believe in supporting them as they uncover their purpose and true value, as they discover what they are truly here to achieve.

Four ways to work together

The Becoming Leadership Programme

  • A flexible, virtual journey of 8 modules over 6 months. 
  • Materials to read, practices to apply and real-time interaction to stimulate learning
  • Personalised support through peer groups and coaches

Coaching & Mentoring

  • Experienced coaches to guide women through a personal journey of discovery
  • Flexible packages available from 4-12 sessions over a number of months
  • Access to resources and tools from the Becoming leadership programme

Women’s Networks

  • Support the establishment and running of inclusive women’s networks
  • Design and lead sessions using resources and tools from the Becoming leadership programme
  • Focus on issues relating to Diversity & Inclusion and Women’s leadership

Bespoke Consultancy

  • Experienced and knowledgeable consultants
  • Focus on issues relating to Diversity & Inclusion and Women’s leadership

What people say

Alison and Liz did a session “Us and Them” with our members at Chinese Women in the City. Their approach led us to raise awareness why and how we feel socially excluded from certain groups. It created the courage to bridge the gap between “us” and “them”. I would highly recommend their workshops to any organisation that seriously wants to drive a more inclusive and diverse workforce and create a more mindful and happy workplace. 

Bixuan Xu, CoChair of Chinese Women in the City