About Beate Chelette:
– One of 50 Must-Follow Women Entrepreneurs in 2017
– Huffington Post
– Built and sold a creative business to Bill Gates
– Certified Practitioner of Myers-Brigg Type Indicator Assessment Tool
– Faculty of the Wizard Academy
– Faculty of CreativeLive
– Certified Women-Owned Business
– Loves skiing, hiking, and hanging out at the beach
Beate was $135,000 in debt and a single mother and forced to leave her home. Only 18 months later, she sold her image licensing business to Bill Gates in a multi-million dollar deal.
Beate Chelette is a results-oriented woman leader with an entrepreneurial spirit and a proven track record in creating, launching and growing companies and brands. Focused on supporting and training organizations that promote women, she is the creator of The Women’s Code, her signature system that educates leaders and helps companies achieve gender equality and a “Balanced Leadership.” The Women’s Code creates and implements programs that improve organizational culture, foster productive work environments and help companies improve the bottom line.
She is a respected speaker, trainer, and mentor and the media has called her a “gender decoder.” She is also a certified Myers-Briggs practitioner and the author of the Award Winning #1 International Bestseller Happy Woman Happy World, which contains her trademarked system to help women achieve work/life balance – a book that corporate trainer and best-selling author Brian Tracy calls, “a handbook for every woman who wants health, success and a fulfilling career.”
Through her online courses, one-on-one training and live speaking events, she teaches corporate clients about balanced leadership and advises smaller businesses and start-ups on growth strategies.
Most Requested Topic: The Women’s Code Presents: The ROI Of Balanced Leadership
A roadmap for corporate success: greater innovation through diverse teams leads to bigger profits, more recognition, and a better workplace.
Categories: Women’s Issues – Gender Equality – Career Balance – Leadership Balance
The financial cost of unhappiness at work is in excess of $550 billion per year because 68% of the American workforce is unengaged. Add to that increasing workplace hostility, discrimination, harassment, workforce division, miscommunication, and as of lately, the MeToo movement. All are evidence that changes in the way we invest in, train and engage our workforce are necessary. This old code is becoming too expensive to maintain.
But, what are we missing in our businesses? Deep employee dissatisfaction with our workplace cultures is pushing a new code to emerge.
Millennials, minorities, women, and men are questioning the current system’s effectiveness because it operates on an outdated code of workplace politics and hierarchies and it’s perceived sole focus on profits. This old code has not been updated to reflect the changing values that we expect of today’s business culture, which must include all people. Because of that, we are now at a breaking point.
There is a way to fix this. We can solve these problems by introducing a new code. The Women’s Code shows how to rebalance office culture. Innovation, creativity, and increased productivity and engagement happen when the focus shifts to building up people and their skills, developing strength-based leadership, and mapping out gender-neutral career paths. A workforce of individuals who feel recognized for their unique talents will produce up to 66% return on investment. Specifically, this new code will:
-Show you what the old code is costing your business
-Skyrocket your people ROI
-Give you the five elements needed for diverse and equal team building
-Demonstrate how to master the essential three female-centric leadership attributes and how best you can use them in synergy with male-centric ones
-Your takeaway is identifying how to take the first step that you can take immediately that will transform employee engagement and improve your overall financial performance.
The Women’s Code: A New Leadership Balance
Your audience will take away:
-An understanding of how to figure out and communicate one’s innate strengths
-What they can do immediately that showcases their competency more
-How male and female leadership style differ and how they can work in harmony
-Concrete strategies to create a better woman-to-woman working environment
Achieving Gender Neutral Leadership:
Mastering The #MeToo Minefield at Work The takeaways are:
– Learning how to create and lead gender-neutral teams
– Draining hostility from the workplace
– Understanding personal and professional boundaries
– Recognizing how men and women lead differently
I was quite impressed and motivated by your presentation and the workshop at BOAT camp.