Women continue to be underrepresented in leadership positions at Budweiser and other major companies.
BetterUp partners with Anheuser-Busch InBev in a global pilot leadership development program built around diversity and inclusion
Women-to-women mentorship help the lack of gender diversity in leadership.
Mentoring programs and coaching may enhance leadership skills.
BetterUp [at Budweiser] leadership coaching program continues to raise the bar to achieve more supportive, inclusive, & innovative workplace.
Learning and development and talent management teams act as strong conduits of mentorship.
Members of the program will have unlimited access to BetterUp’s platform.
Includes one-on-one personalized leadership coaching.
Participants will have access to specialists providing support on topics such as managing remote work, stress management and work-life balance.
Participant’s coaching journey tailored to individual preferences & learning styles,
For every 100 men promoted and hired to management, only 72 women are promoted and hired, according to Women in the Workplace 2019, a LeanIn.org.
Per a Human Capital Institute & International Coaching Federation report found that more than 80% of organizations surveyed plan to expand coaching use among leaders and managers during the next five years.
55% of organizations use coaching to train leadership.
At AB InBev’, 31% of its salaried workforce are women.
22% female representation among its partners. In 2019, 36% of new hires.
“Specifically, I’ve seen L&D teams create emerging or developing leadership programs with classroom training where a mentee/mentor relationship is an additional layer,” “This provides an opportunity for a new leader to make a connection with someone outside of their immediate network and learn another part of the business.” —Lyndsey Cochrun, global head of leadership development at AB InBev,