Deloitte Business Woman of the Year

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Aspiring Women Program

The Aspiring Women Program (previously known as Deloitte Business Woman of the Year) was introduced in 2003 to recognise the achievements of our most talented women. The program is instrumental in building strong, relatable role models for women at Deloitte, and indeed for all employees.

The program

Participating in the Aspiring Women program offers an opportunity for our talented women to receive recognition for their achievements. The framework of Aspiring Women allows individuals to:

  • Reflect on their careers and think about future ambitions
  • Receive feedback from their peers
  • Gain validation and recognition of their achievements to date
  • Gain exposure to mentoring from the firm’s leadership
  • Build deeper networks throughout the firm.

What It’s All About

Aspiring Women is not just about increasing the number of women we recruit, but endeavours to support and develop women across the entire span of their career.  The program recognises the achievements of our most talented women by identifying, profiling and advancing our female talent.

Developing and sustaining an open dialogue with our people is vital for employee motivation and an important reality check to ensure we are meeting the needs of our people.

Alec Bashinsky, National Partner, People and Performance

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