UNLOCK TALENT. 
UNLEASH POTENTIAL. 

We provide culturally sensitive talent acceleration coaching and racial equity programmes, to assist you in building a racially inclusive organisation.

OUR SERVICES:

We facilitate talent acceleration coaching programmes and racial equity workshops and programmes

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racial Equity programmes

What we do ?

Who do we work with? 

We provide culturally sensitive coaching and race inclusion programmes to third and public sector organisations. That focuses on race and gender equity as drivers of inclusivity and success. 

 

What do we offer? 

Talent Acceleration Coaching Pogrammes

Confidence coaching programmes centred on nurturing the talent of women of colour. We believe coaching can enhance a women's positive psychological capital by developing her state of self-efficiency, resilience, hope, and optimism. To be able to: 

  • Radiate dynamic confidence, self-love, and authenticity. 

  • Maximise potential.

  • Be free of doubts, limiting beliefs, and mental blocks.

  • Find the purpose, progression, and power needed to excel in their careers and life. 

  • Become a value-driven and self-assured leader. 

 

Our acceleration programmes focus on: 

Growing the confidence, ability and potential of your future leaders, thus diversifying your talent pipelines. 

Racial Equity Programmes

Programmes and workshops focused on providing action-orientated tools and knowledge, to build capability in your workforce or senior leadership teams, to create or contribute a culture that not only commitments to anti-racism and racial inclusion. But, also embeds practical solutions and actions into day-to-day habits and behaviours.

Our equity programme focuses on: 

  • Race equity workshops and programmes, to build an anti-racist and inclusive organisational culture, where all staff can bring their whole and best selves to work. 

Confident Woman

Many corporate diversity efforts focus on either race or gender, which means women of colour may end up being overlooked.

(Mckinsey & Company, 2020)

WE ALSO OFFER INDIVIDUAL SERVICES

Services to support individuals, as opposed to organisations to feel confident and become their best selves. If you're looking for ways to accelerate your confidence and maximise your potential. We also got you covered. 

WHY RACIAL DIVERSITY SPECIFICALLY ?


"AS A DIVERSITY & INCLUSION EXPERT"
As Diversity and Inclusion Experts specialised in identifying and upskilling diverse leaders. We are confronted daily with staggering data and research highlighting the inequalities and professional barriers experienced by people from racially diverse backgrounds. With this data worsening for individuals from Black heritage backgrounds.
 
"THE EXPERIENCE OF PEOPLE OF COLOUR"
As individuals consistently attuned to the narrations of people of colour explaining their exhaustion of having to code-switch, tackle microaggressions and un/conscious biases, live with imposture syndrome, or simply feeling 'tokenised' or 'othered'. We wanted to create a safe space to assist women of colour to become their best selves, regardless of internal or external barriers and challenges. We believe this starts with unlocking dynamic and unapologetic confidence. 
 
" AS WOMEN OF COLOUR WE CAN RELATE"
As women of colour, we have that lived experience and can relate and understand the impact may not always be instant or conscious. But over time has the ability to erode the self-confidence and belief needed to lead a purposeful, strategic, and prosperous career. We have the solution to assisting your clients or talented employees in maximising their potential and actualising their aspirations. 

TESTIMONALS

" My coach was very friendly and professional. I felt very comfortable and safe within the environment I was in and trusted my coach. The coach was very positive and motivating. Thank you Potential Path for this opportunity I will never forget in my life."

- Jessica Simmons

Culturally sensitive support to women of colour is important. 

(BITC, 2019)

WE HAVE WORKED WITH:

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