No, I have a corporate background and worked for many years in marketing, so quite far from coding. But we established a qualified team to take care of it.
Making it as user-friendly and simple as possible. We have so much great stuff on the Silatha app, so we want to make sure that users can find what they are looking for. It’s important to help guide them to what they need the most.
The interviewee, Veroniek Vermeulen, is the Founder of Silatha. She is an experienced and passionate entrepreneur who won’t be stopped by gender bias. Her personal life story has been her guide to building Silatha. She is "on a mission to create cultural transformations in the workplace so that women can unleash their full potential."
I love all apps that make my life easier, like banking apps, NS travel app, Google Maps, Spotify, and Strava.
I wish there was a weather app that really predicts the weather forecast correctly.
Since the beginning of 2021.
Give women a safe space to talk and be supported in their needs around the realities she is facing in life. These topics are often a taboo and not spoken about especially not in the workplace.
Think about menopause, PMS, post-natal depression, or fertility treatments. Having a safe space to be supported and empowered is very important, especially to create a psychologically safe space in the work environment.
We believe that companies that invest in creating these environments will be the most sustainably successful.
As part of creating a thriving environment, companies need to address the taboo topics of:
• Hormonal realities (menopause, PMS, pregnancy, etc)
• Multiple caregiving roles
• Managing biases
At Silatha we help companies create environments where these realities are understood and specific tools are offered, to help manage these realities.
We believe this is a part of a healthy company’s cultural transformation on the road to fully diverse and thriving teams.
Silatha is the only holistic approach focused on the specific women’s life cycles and the taboos around women's mental well-being in these periods in life.
Our pioneering program is designed to help forward-thinking companies, that care about their women and are passionate about attracting and retaining talent.
Our systematic approach to workplace well-being ensures you maximize effectiveness.
Silatha’s Culture Change Program is designed to:
• Drive awareness and openness of realities women face
• Build coping- and behavior-change strategies for the women affected
• Build in focused mentoring skills
• Work in sync with the natural inclinations of women
Which is unique in the app market.
We want to add more series with topics that can support women through life stages. On top, we want to add journals to guide her through these and more features that will help her to get the support she needs as quickly as possible.
Please reach out if you believe this would be beneficial at your work. We can support you in the internal process, to convince your CEO, HR lead or D&I lead to apply Silatha to create an equitable workplace where women can fully thrive.
"Created by women for women, this beautiful app will get you grounded in no time, with inspirations, affirmations, meditations, intentions, that guide you through a 21-day plan" Women's Health
Silatha won the Meditation App of the Year 2021 Award! Try it out yourself to see why.
A strong presence of women is proven to be crucial for the success of a workplace. However, today it’s hard to retain top women talent.
Silatha has developed a program to support companies in designing a healthy environment for women, by addressing their unique mental needs triggered by hormonal realities (pregnancy, menopause), caregiving roles (kids, elderly) and systemic gender bias that women face as leaders.
Ensuring to effectively deal with their personal and professional challenges, so that women can perform at their best and companies can attract, retain, and nurture top women talent.
Categories: Health & Fitness
Date: January 21, 2023
Developer: Veroniek Vermeulen
About developer: The interviewee, Veroniek Vermeulen, is the Founder of Silatha. She is an ex ... Read more
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