A global media company lacked women and diversity in the C-suite and executive leadership positions. They partnered with Bravanti to help develop a pipeline of high-talent women for upper management roles.
One of the world's largest technology companies was experiencing tremendous growth, needing a partner who could facilitate sessions to speed up the team building process so they could continue to serve their clients powerfully.
As in-person banking was losing trafﬁc, a ﬁnancial services ﬁrm had to close some brick-and-mortar branches. Rather than lose strong talent with a good cultural ﬁt, the goal was to retain those impacted by branch closures in a different capacity.
The marketing department at one of the world’s largest animal health companies had experienced signiﬁcant change, which impacted the team’s morale. The goal was to support their people leaders and unlock their capabilities.
With a new CEO and senior leadership team in place in the midst of a pandemic, the goal was to align everyone around a changing healthcare environment, creating a global vision for the post-pandemic future.
Realizing that not enough women leaders were being considered for executive positions, a global financial services company considered the current state of its organizational culture and its readiness for change.
The CEO of a large health insurance subsidiary recognized the value of executive coaching and team optimization for his direct line reports as they led the organization through a culture change and major business transformation.