I am afraid videos cant motivate them unless you have achievers relevant to their areas of struggle sharing her story in it.
I have a long solution to your short question. Assuming that you have women employees at different levels and age groups in your firm, please sort them accordingly. No problem is similar. Every age group have their specific life cycles concerns.
Since you are designing a program, I request you to first group those challenges and then find specific speakers who have already faced, failed and resolved them.
Videos are cost effective, however , doesn't do all the good as they are not interactive. Please invite speakers to your firm and let them speak directly to your employees. Unlike counselling sessions, these are lot more open and live with almost everyone under one roof. Hence, time saving and helps in bonding far greater than private sessions.
If I may ask, which city are you in? I wish to nominate in case I know someone aligned to the area of challenges to your employees.
Wish you all the best for your initiative.
Thanks for your message , iam in chennai currently and working for an automotive industry . We wanted to improve more diversity in our organisation and encourage women to come in leadership roles . currently the ratio is just 9:1 ( Men : women ) .
how to bring / develop women's in more leadership roles , the age group of women working is around 25~35. and experience from freshers from college to max exp around 10 years in industry .
so we need to design some program for women to develop in organisation . please suggest
Diversity is far greater than training women. Diversity needs a full plan for placing deserving women talent in leadership levels, upto a board member role.
Let talk in details for this. However, since you were looking for videos, here are few ted talks. Hope it helps.
Susan Colantuono: The career advice you probably didnít get #TED
David Grady: How to save the world (or at least yourself) from bad meetings #TED
Candy Chang: Before I die I want to... #TED
Mellody Hobson: Color blind or color brave? #TED
Jill Shargaa: Please, please, people. Let's put the 'awe' back in 'awesome' #TED