Aspire - Leadership for the future

Case Studies

ASPIRE has worked with over 3000 global corporations and more than 20,000 women leaders in 80 countries since our founding in 2001. Here are a few examples of our work and the kinds of results you can expect to achieve working with ASPIRE.

Diversity and leadership

Case Study: Aspire Programmes and Thought Diversity at BMW Group UK

Case Study: Global Diversity Webinars at AstraZeneca

Case Study: Gender Diversity at Merlin Entertainments plc

Case Study: Diversity in Action at L&Q

Case Study: The Strategic Excellence Programme at Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP

Case Study: The Get Connected Program for Women and Men at Vodafone

Case Study: Retaining Women at BDO LLP

Case Study: The REACH Programme for Women Managers at KPMG

Social responsibility and leadership

Case Study: The Aspire ‘Climb the Stairs to Greatness’ Event at Oasis Academy South Bank

Case Study: The Co-operative Group Empower Young Women in the Community

Case Study: ‘The Heroine’s Journey’ for Women Leaders at Centrica plc

Case Study: ‘The Living Legacy’ - Kroll Risk Management Partners and Save the Children

Case Study: Nationwide and Colliers CRE “Building Our Partnership” with The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust

Case Study: Colliers CRE “Mission Impossible” Meets “The Apprentice” with Eco Homes in Zimbabwe

Coaching and leadership

Case Study: Executive Coaching at PA Consulting Group

Case Study: 1-to-1 and Group Coaching at The Women’s Resource Centre


Case Study: Aspire Change Maker Programme - A Life Changing Coaching Experience


Case Study: Natalie Sigona - Mentoring with The Aspire Foundation

Case Study: Besinati Mpepo and Maria Luisa Liuzzo - an Aspire Foundation Mentoring Partnership

Case Study: Olivia Gadd - Mentoring with The Aspire Foundation

To Boldly Go Where No Woman Has Gone Before…

The BBC has ‘courageously’ challenged tradition and enraged traditionalists by announcing a female Dr Who but there is still a big difference today in 2017 in the image that many companies portray and what really goes on behind closed doors as regards the appointment of women leaders.