AWE ENABLES YOU TO

EXECUTE BIGGER & BETTER

AWE is a highly selective, national women’s leadership organization with members who are committed to inspiring success in their businesses, in their lives and in one another.

AWE expands members’ self-expectations, skill sets and networks by enabling them to execute bigger and better than they thought possible.

WHAT MAKES AWE DIFFERENT?

1.

HUMAN CALCULUS

Our members are selectively handpicked and our groups are carefully curated to ensure the most productive dynamics.

2.

SMALL GROUPS, BIG TRANSITIONS

AWE is about high quality, intimate interaction, not scale for scale’s sake.

3.

SOLUTIONS, NOT CHARDONNAY

(although there’s plenty of that too)

Our customized retreat and workshop curricula are rigorous. We focus on solving problems, improving business practices and achieving better results.

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4.

ITERATIVE & INTEGRATED

We aren’t a networking group. We aren’t a one-on-one exective coaching company. We aren’t in the business of planning mind-blowing retreats and conferences. We are ALL of those things in one. It’s the multiple points of contact and various proprietary processes that make AWE life changing for members and their businesses.

WHY KEEP FOLLOWING?

LEAD FOR A CHANGE

OUR TEAM

Harvard MBA, Elise Lelon, founded AWE in 2009 and strategic leadership consulting firm, The You Business®, in 2007. Among her Fortune 1000 clients are BlackRock, Morgan Stanley, Intuit and Cisco. She is an adjunct professor of entrepreneur ship at NYU and writes for The Huffington Post. With graduate degrees in both psychology and business, Elise has held various management and leadership roles at organizations such as General Electric, Massachusetts General Hospital and Alliance Bernstein.

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529%

ROI

with significant intangible benefits from coaching to Fortune 500 firms

according to MetrixGlobal study

ONLY

2%

of companies with 10,000+ employees have

FEMALE CEOS

LESS THAN

1/5

of companies had 25% or more women directors, while 1/10 had no women serving on their boards

64%

of employees surveyed said they

VALUE CAREER DEVELOPMENT

support as much or more than compensation