Aspire - Trailblazing Women Leaders Making a Difference in Life, Work and World
Aspire is a global award-winning leader in leadership events and 1 to 1 coaching for ‘MAD’ – 'Making a Difference' women leaders that inspire and empower change in life, workplaces and local communities.
Founded by Dr Sam Collins (named 'One of the Top 200 Women to Impact Business and Industry' by Her Majesty the Queen of England and one of the Top Ten Coaches by The Independent), Aspire has over 14 years' experience of working with women leaders from global corporations, charities and small businesses.
See here to hear from our clients. We have been featured on the BBC, CNN, Huffington Post, The Guardian and Financial Times.
Our programs provide leadership coaching and training and empower women in 80 countries. We have already impacted over 1 million women since we began in 2001 and our goal is to see more women in leadership and to challenge organizational culture and society to be more authentic and inclusive for all.
Our programs give you the practical tools, network and inspiration to become (or become even more of) a trailblazing leader and get yourself into a place where you can make a transformational and sustainable difference with your life, work and world goals.
We have a social business model. Our campaigns and non-profit Aspire Foundation mentoring program partners the expertise and experience of women and men in the business and corporate world as mentors for women in the charity and social enterprise world. In addition, with every Aspire event place you purchase, Aspire will give away anon-event place to a woman in need somewhere in the world.
aspire clients say...
"Well, what a couple of days that was! An absolute blast. Thank you! So many useful contacts and focussed action to take forward. All very thought-provoking with some great tools and techniques as well as some amazing exercises, especially the networking session and the ‘feel the fear and do it anyway’ sessions."
Maxine M. Taylor, Director, International and UK External Relations, King's College London