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Kathryn Colas

As the CEO of Agents of Change, Kathryn Colas has a track record of successfully working with women to bring together the two areas of improving health and natural talent that are paramount to success.

Through research, public speaking, workshops and mentoring programmes, Agents Of Change has identified the common challenges facing women employees in both the public and private sectors in the 21st Century.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column_inner][/vc_row_inner][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row layout=”normal” margintop=”15″ marginbottom=”15″ paddingtop=”0″ paddingbottom=”0″ bg_color=”#ffffff” bg_type=”no_bg” parallax_style=”vcpb-default” bg_image_repeat=”no-repeat” bg_image_size=”cover” bg_img_attach=”fixed” parallax_sense=”30″ bg_override=”0″][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Kathryn Colas is an Elected Member of the Medical Advisory Council:  the British Menopause Society www.thebms.org.uk  and sits on the Executive Committee of Wiishes (Wealden Invisible Illness Action Support)  www.wiishes.org.uk[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row layout=”normal” margintop=”15″ marginbottom=”0″ paddingtop=”0″ paddingbottom=”0″ bg_color=”#ffffff” bg_type=”no_bg” parallax_style=”vcpb-default” bg_image_repeat=”no-repeat” bg_image_size=”cover” bg_img_attach=”fixed” parallax_sense=”30″ bg_override=”0″][vc_column width=”1/1″][ctitle title=”How Can We Help Your Organisation?” color=”#666666″ background=”#ffffff”][vc_row_inner][vc_column_inner width=”1/2″][vc_column_text]

What We Do…

We are passionate about improving the pipeline for talent and women’s health. Joining these two areas together is paramount to a successful leadership culture.  We do this through combining health in the workplace and motivating talent to promote excellence during a major cross-roads in women’s lives

Women will be able to identify their core purpose, put new skills into practice and achieve desired results both on a professional and personal level.

We will have initial discussions with you to fully appreciate your working practices and desired outcome, including timescale, allowing us to tailor all information to your needs.[/vc_column_text][vc_single_image image=”2607″ img_link_target=”pretty_photo” img_size=”800×534″][vc_column_text]

Additionally, we can discuss and put into place a Bespoke Programme for managers. This will allow managers to fully understand and recognise hormonal health challenges and how to sympathetically deal with staff in their care.

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How We Do It

We ask questions, we listen to responses, we apply expertise and produce a proposal outlining the benefits and results you wish to achieve.

Our programmes are cost-effectively serviced and supported on-line

  • Candidates are selected – we assist with this process

o   We liaise with Occupational Health and Human Resources to initiate co-ordination with candidates

o   Reporting processes are agreed and set up

o   An initial hour long workshop is held with candidates. We arrange this for you. It is carried out on-line for ease of logistics. The event can be recorded.

  • The work begins:

o   Audio/Visual links containing full instructions for candidates is sent to them.  We prefer to do this direct but are happy to utilise your own systems.

The full programme is monitored by us

o   Reports are prepared on a regular, agreed, basis through desired channels

o   Co-ordination of reporting with your own systems is arranged wherever possible

  • The full programme includes 1:1 follow up support over an agreed time
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Agents of Change are Preferred Partners of Hillcroft House (www.hillcrofthouse.co.uk) and Kathryn Colas will be collaborating with Adam Crizzle and his team to extend their services and improve the overall results that can be achieved in any organisation through maximising women’s health and talent.

This collaboration will gather results for ongoing research between the two companies. This collaboration resulted from our association with the NHS where women make up the largest proportion of employees and are being failed by efforts to improve equality as can be seen in this latest report: http://www.govtoday.co.uk/health/46-staff-management/18321-are-nhs-inclusion-strategies-letting-women-down[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row layout=”normal” margintop=”5″ marginbottom=”15″ paddingtop=”0″ paddingbottom=”0″ bg_color=”#ffffff” bg_type=”no_bg” parallax_style=”vcpb-default” bg_image_repeat=”no-repeat” bg_image_size=”cover” bg_img_attach=”fixed” parallax_sense=”30″ bg_override=”0″][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]“It is well known that staff health improves and extends quality of life where both public and private sectors benefit. Women’s health will now feature more prominently in equality and diversity procedures.”[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]