The Benefits of a Corporate Membership with WOB
There are significant benefits for individuals and organisations in a WOB Corporate Membership:
Talent Acquisition & Retention – Our industry leading workshops, networks and resources foster employee development and clearly shows your commitment to their development.
Professional Development – Provide your employees with the opportunity to grow by facilitating their pathway to board and committee roles. Invest in their knowledge and leadership skills.
Community – Enable your employees to give back and to support organisations through board roles, particularly in the Not-For-Profit sector.
Access to influence – With more than 25,000 members WOB is one of the most powerful and supportive cross-sector networks of women in Australia and beyond.
Build your talent pipeline – Provide an avenue for your talent to excel and develop their skills to become leaders of the future and access a network of directors and business leaders.
Corporate social responsibility – Demonstrate your real commitment to diversity and promote women to lend their organisational-sponsored expertise to non-profit and government board roles.
Build your brand – Develop a strong brand through positive brand association that advocates gender equity, diversity and inclusion. Take advantage of a variety of opportunities to profile your brand.
Who benefits from a Membership with WOB
Employees at all career stages benefit from a membership with Women on Boards:
- Early and mid-career level employees are exposed to governance roles as part of their longer term career plan to take up positions on not for-profit, government and relevant industry boards.
- Senior women are provided with strategic advice, networks and programs that assist them to achieve positions on boards and to seriously consider directorship as a parallel or post executive career.
Explore why being on a board is good for both employees and employers.
Contact the WOB office on 02 4321 0100 or email Eva Heist our Corporate Partner & Member Manager.