Mentored women generally make more money throughout their careers with statistics as high as 40K annually.
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Mentoring programs increase employee retention because it creates:
R3 is the first and only program that focuses on the ecosystem and lifecycle of a person career which starts with recruiting, retraining and retention. By working with HR, recruitment agencies, educational institutions and industry we prepare participants for technical and non-technical pathways into cybersecurity.
We're building key relationships with other experts who understand the needs within the industry. If you're in HR and recruiting, please contact us for more details.
Training and retraining takes many forms from traditional to non-traditional career pathways to cybersecurity which includes technical and non-technical roles. If you have a program you'd like to tell us about, contact us to be added to our list!
Building the talent pipeline is critical to the success of lowering the skills and gender gaps within the industry. Research has shown, diversity increase profits, increases problem solving and results in faster resolutions of key issues. Contact us to partner or to be added to our list of approved and valued vendors!
Coaching is a unique opportunity to focus and move forward on your personal, professional or organizational goals through the exploration of ideas and candid dialogue with a confidential and unbiased thinking partner.
There are countless definitions for Coaching, because the experience is as individual as we are. We challenge you to contribute your own definition once you’ve experienced coaching for yourself.
Coaches are certified in a variety of coaching models, but there are common elements in those models. Our coaches are trained and qualified industry professionals.
Coaching for Development
Coaching has its roots in athletics, where coaches help elite athletes fine-tune their performance. Coaching moved into the executive boardroom where existing and emerging leaders achieved impressive results working with a coach to fine-tune their development, performance and leadership skills.
Coaching has evolved into two distinct categories: “Executive” Coaching, with a focus on organizational and professional goals, and “Personal” Coaching, with a focus on personal development and goals. WCS2 1-on-1 Coaching Services offers both.
Coaching for Learning
Reports show that training increases effectiveness by 28% and training followed by coaching increases effectiveness by 88%. Coaching follow-up helps you apply your new skills and anchor your learning in real life situations as they arise in the day to day.
Coaching Yields Results
Coaching is a series of one-on-one confidential meetings focused on achieving the client’s goal.
This goal could be:
The Personal Benefits of Coaching
The personal benefits of coaching are as wide-ranging as the individuals involved. Numerous clients report that coaching positively impacted their careers as well as their lives by helping them to:
Clients who have worked with a Coach and reached their goals, continue to use a Coach whenever they want to work on new goal. There is correlation between being coached and developing increased skill to self-coach and to engage in coaching conversations with others.
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