Doing good is good for business

Having responsible business practices is no longer a ‘nice-to-do’, it’s a ‘must-do’.

It’s more important than ever to attract, keep and help people to thrive, whether these are your employees, customers, partners or the wider community.

Your reputation and your revenues depend on it.


Why should organisations care?

Global political and economic events have left your workers feeling tired and demotivated. They feel that they’re having to work much more, for much less. They worry about their home lives too.

That’s not good for business. Not now, and definitely not in the longer-term.

An inward-looking focus is unlikely to bring the innovative ideas and creativity that your organisation needs to move forward.

It’s time to open up and share ideas and experiences with your peers. Our team, hand-picked by our Founder, Anj Handa, is on hand to support you with your social impact goals and facilitate the right connections in a range of ways. 


Show us that you mean it

Some organisations just pay lip service to social impact and inclusion.

Join Inspiring Women Changemakers and send a signal that you’re committed to creating positive social impact inside and outside your business – in a way that surpasses legislation.

As a member, your organisation will benefit from the opportunities which your female executives are invited to lead. When you join the the movement, they will have the opportunity to network and collaborate with like-minded peers – speaking positively about your business and boosting your reputation.

Benefits for your female executives

  • Boost reputation and profile

    by stepping up to lead on social impact and inclusion initiatives

  • Enhanced network

    through introductions to other senior-level women

  • Engage experts

    through IWC’s collective of trusted associates, who are experts in social impact, diversity and inclusion, and influence and personal brand

  • Deeper personal growth

    by developing new skills and stepping out of comfort zones

  • Access

    influential contacts, skills, knowledge and opportunities

  • Discretion

    through using the network to drive initiatives (behind the scenes, if you wish), that are sensitive in nature or don’t form part of your core offer

Contact us to discuss how your organisation can get involved. It all starts with a conversation.