Why create a circle of trust?
In this fast-changing world, women often carry self-doubt even without knowing it. We barely have time for the retrospects of ourselves & the "circles" - the evolving relationships between ourselves and others as we define them.
CIRCLE OF TRUST is a rare opportunity for women to create & color up our best versions in the very own circles that we define within our learning curves. Within the created circles of trust, we are able to transform our self-doubt into self-care, self-belief & self-confidence. Furthermore, we can extend the circles towards better teams & communities where we are part of.
CIRCLE OF TRUST is a relaxed event that is conducted in both in-house & public settings. Women are encouraged to become the ambassadors of circle of trust at their own workplaces or within relevant communities.
Visit our recent Circles of Trust
Maria Jesus Figa Lopez
H.E Spanish Ambassador
After joining the first Circle of Trust event by Women4Women, I was shocked and very touched. I couldn't believe that Vietnamese women are facing so many barriers in their lives. There are generational gap barriers, marriage barriers, social stigma barriers, etc. However, they're always optimistic. Even though they were telling very painful stories, they also tried to add some jokes to mitigate the tension. And I think that makes they're even more admirable.
As a chair-woman of the Gender Equality Coordination Group in Vietnam, I'm making efforts to support Labor Law changes... but maybe there are many things much more important than Law.
I am very supportive of how Women4Women creates Circle of Trust for Vietnamese women to share and support each other. I would like to sincerely thank to all the women I've met in that event.
- H.E Spanish Ambassador
Respect Vietnam's Circle of Trust is a simple & relaxed review of how an organisation or a team actually work with a special focus on women.
I was impressed by how RespectVn moderators or facilitators "break the ices" & make other women who they meet the first time willing to share about their stories that concern them the most. When women share, they learn more about others & build more common trust.
I wish more and more Circles of Trust to be created in Vietnam.
- H.E British Ambassador's Spouse
H.E British Ambassador's Spouse
Read Agenda for In-house Workshop
To create Circles of Trust among women who have the same wishes to transform their self-doubts, negative concerns into self-confidence & actionable decisions that make their lives & others better.
To explore the Learning Curves of oneself and others in any relationship in order to better paint the best versions you might have.
Agenda in-house sessions
1. Interactive games to share our own stories
2. Interactive games to inspire others to share their stories
3. Draw your own Circle of Trust at work & life (comparison between sessions)
4. Draw your Learning curves at work & life (comparison between sessions)
5. Group activity - Draw Circles of Trust and Learning curves of your teams and organizations together (comparison between sessions)
Preparation for in-house workshops
16 hours - 04sessions (on corporates' own arrangements)
Female employees (all level, including female leaders)
Other employees' female relatives (as requested)
Spacious room with moveable chairs, no tables
Whiteboards for group activities
Post - workshop expected outcomes
1. Participants will know how to:
Stand on the strong ground - To be self-confident about where to go & how to get there
Leverage team wisdom - To boost your team scale & to make great proposals for changes
Lead along the curve - To practice leading along the team/organisation's learning curves
2. Participants will learn how to: