LORI MILNER is the engaging facilitator, thought leader and mentor known for her insightful approach to being a modern corporate woman. Her brainchild, the successful initiative Beyond the Dress, is the embodiment of her passion to empower women.
Lori Milner is passionate about empowering women and equipping diverse teams with the tools and skills to fulfil their potential in their careers and personal lives. In working to fill the gap between the roles, demands, and challenges of the modern woman, her full-service consultancy, Beyond the Dress (BTD), helps individuals to build harmony into their personal and professional lives.
Lori’s focus areas include smart time and goal management, inter-personal skills, self-awareness, personal branding, brand ambassadorship, accountability, focus, and leadership – and the result is happier and more productive people.
Known for tailored and engaging corporate training sessions, conference presentations, keynote addresses, and workshops with a difference, Lori provides practical tools and techniques to achieve tangible, lasting change and quick results. (She doesn’t believe in leaving delegates with a post-training ‘sugar rush’ that lasts only a few days.) After attending a BTD workshop or talk, delegates are better equipped to achieve work-life harmony and are more confident when walking into a room and engaging in courageous conversations. In many cases, they report having started to master their personal brands, using Lori’s tools to create the lives they want.
BTD’s practical toolkits create a culture of ownership for the individual, rooted in the mind-set that they are their own boss, responsible for their growth and the company’s.
Why the focus on women?
Companies that have provided more leadership opportunities for women have benefited greatly in measures of organizational effectiveness. In fact, according to McKinsey and Company research, “It is estimated that companies with three or more women in senior management positions, perform higher in all dimensions of organisational effectiveness.” In short, women’s economic equality is good for business, and empowering the women who are committed to your organization will be good for your bottom line.
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