Women on Wings believes in long-term relationships. If we agree to collaborate with a social enterprise, or a state government institution, we aim to work together at last for three years. Change does not happen overnight. We become partners in a shared journey to impact families in rural India.
Craftsmanship in consultancy
We will start with a business review session to understand the current situation of the business. We will use Simon Sinek’s golden circle theory to find out the why, how and what of your enterprise. Since we started our journey in 2007, we have experienced this theory to be true: most organizations and individuals only focus on the what and how of their actions. There are very few people who think about the why. This keeps enterprises from unlocking their full potential.
If you want your company to be successful, you need to know what you want to do, how you want to do it and most importantly, why you want to do it. Women on Wings will use this golden circle theory to help you get to the bottom of why you have certain goals. Once we have this clear, we will jointly decide on which business topic we start working on.
We have no standard solutions. Each social enterprise has its own specific challenges. We have a tailor-made approach. We do not lecture, we do not solve your problems, we do not bring orders or money. But we do challenge you to bring out the best in you and your team, in interactive workshops. We do ask questions, a lot of questions, and we will work on finding unique solutions for any business topic. All with the view to improve your business results, so more jobs for women in rural India are co-created.
Value chain model
The value chain model below clarifies the business areas we support: