WHY WOMEN DON'T MAKE IT

While the majority of college graduates are women, we make up 25% of senior managers and executives at S&P 500 companies and only 4.4% of CEOs.

According to Bain & Company, the gender gap persists because external factors create a more difficult path to the top for women. Cultural norms result in unconscious bias, which becomes a major obstacle to advancement. Work-life integration is tough trade off when women are more likely to be the primary parent. These factors erode women’s aspiration and confidence to get to the top.

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GET
WOMEN
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THE HARD ROUTE

Getting through the obstacles requires not only the right skills but also strong will and commitment.

As a climber (both on the corporate ladder and on the real mountain), I realized that having a seasoned guide, or a coach, made a big difference. There were coaches who were familiar with the terrain and who knew the different ways to the top who helped me fast-track my climb, perfect my technique, and broaden my mindset. 

I started Chantree.coach to reach any women who are looking for a guide to prepare them for the long hard route. 

CLIMB WITH ME

Finding the right coach is not easy. Most of well-known coaching websites require a huge financial commitment. I believe that we need to get to know each other more deeply to find the right fit first. 

Let's meet up (virtual or in-person) first. I am down to grab coffee, take a walk, or rock climbing if you are based in Seattle. Or if you are far away, let's grab a relax time on do a video call.


In this form, tell me your situation and aspiration and we can go from there. 

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