JUMP is the leading social enterprise working with organisations and individuals to close the gap between women and men at work, achieve sustainable corporate performance and create a more equal society.

THE FOUNDER ISABELLA LENARDUZZI IS AN ASHOKA FELLOW.

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Editorials Article

Redefine power to end abuses. Can we get there if men share the power with women?

Isabella Lenarduzzi, founder and managing director of JUMP* “Promoting Gender Equality, Advancing the Economy” It’s not only economic power that remains the preserve of men… but political power as well. In summer 2017, only ...

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Top choices Article

If You Can’t Find a Spouse Who Supports Your Career, Stay Single

I was at a dinner with eight highly successful professional women recently, ranging in age from 35 to 74. Their stories were typical of research I have been conducting on dual-career couples. One had just ...

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Editorials Article

Le pouvoir peut-il se transformer s’il est partagé avec les femmes ?

Isabella Lenarduzzi, fondatrice et directrice de JUMP* « Promoting Gender Equality, Advancing the Economy » Le pouvoir économique et le pouvoir politique reste une affaire d’hommes. A l’été 2017, seul.e.s 23, 3 % des parlementaires nationaux ...

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Articles Article

Gender Equality: What Women Are Really Asking Of Men

Most men are not women’s rights activists. Most men are not academics who study gender equity full-time. Neither are most men hateful sexists. There are millions of men who fall somewhere in the middle of ...

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Jump events

Forum

The events for advancing gender equality at work

Why is the JUMP Forum the best event to boost gender equality at work ?
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Academy

Workshops to boost gender equality at work

Here is a selection of our most popular workshops:

  • Gender dialogue

    Gender Diversity Toolkit

    Everything you need to know in order to implement an effective gender equality action plan

  • Women empowerment

    Self-confidence and assertive communication

    Self-confidence is the most attractive quality a person can have. How can anyone see how great you are if you can’t see it yourself?

  • Men awareness

    How to become a better women’s ally at work

    Gender balance is a huge and global business opportunity. Is your company tapping into it?

Corporate Hub

The corporate gender equality network

Upcoming hub


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Resources

The knowledge center for gender equality at work

New on-going survey


Women’s Transition barriers

This survey analyses the obstacles holding women back to better understand what you as women perceive to be stopping you from moving into leadership roles or in your transition towards the next level.

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Award

The corporate ambassador for gender equality

Words from the Wo.Men at Work Award chairman

Etienne Gossart

VP Country Director, Belgium-Luxembourg Coca-Cola European Partners

“ We want to be there for everyone, as is stated in the intrinsic values of our brand. That is why it is so important to us that the values of our brand are also translated towards our teams. Our objective is to increase the percentage of women up to 45% by 2020. We actively encourage a balanced gender ratio both within as well as outside the company. In this context, we support JUMP’s Wo.Men @ Work Award in order to encourage other companies to develop a dynamic and inclusive corporate culture.”


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HOW TO APPLY

The Wo.Men@Work Award rewards the executive manager who works hardest to achieve gender equality at work.

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Why is it important that men support JUMP?