The landscape of work is changing rapidly, both technologically and socially. Organizations are trying to keep up, but existing culture and concepts are barriers. And companies lose some of their best employees who don't fit the mold of a certain background, experience or career stage.

25% of millennials are planning to leave their current workplace within the next year (66% by 2020), and 65% of women leaving said it was because lack of opportunity for learning and development. For each employee leaving, the company loses between 90-200 % of their annual salary.

It's time to democratize the access inside companies and get rid of the old corporate ladder - making it better for both employees and organizations. How is it possible to do that in a cost-effective and data-driven way? This is exactly what we do:

LEAN ON matches employees with internal mentors who are specifically relevant to the issue at hand and can offer immediate, relevant and discreet advice. Thus helping them thrive...
The landscape of work is changing rapidly, both technologically and socially. Organizations are trying to keep up, but existing culture and concepts are barriers. And companies lose some of their best employees who don't fit the mold of a certain background, experience or career stage.

25% of millennials are planning to leave their current workplace within the next year (66% by 2020), and 65% of women leaving said it was because lack of opportunity for learning and development. For each employee leaving, the company loses between 90-200 % of their annual salary.

It's time to democratize the access inside companies and get rid of the old corporate ladder - making it better for both employees and organizations. How is it possible to do that in a cost-effective and data-driven way? This is exactly what we do:

LEAN ON matches employees with internal mentors who are specifically relevant to the issue at hand and can offer immediate, relevant and discreet advice. Thus helping them thrive at work, using the values of 70:20:10 learning and our own algorithm. We go further, measuring results and helping companies learn how to address issues both through our white-label apps and through different organizational challenge, in order to make a real difference.

Our customers are corporate companies from 1000 employees. We're about to launch a few internal pilots with our design partners in the US and the UK.
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Daina Reed
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Daina Reed Creative Director I’ve worked with consumer-facing start-ups, highly technical B2B companies, as well as fashion and lifestyle brands, but no matter what the
Elit Maoz
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Elit Maoz IOS Developer
Gal Maoz
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Hannit Cohen
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Hannit Cohen One of Israel's most well-known wordpress experts, with wide and deep experience both coding and managing projects.

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Moran Shaked

Real Problem, True Pain Point - SOLUTION!
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Yonit Serkin

Lean On provides comfortable, private and easy to use solution for asking those tricky questions that keep us all up late at night. How should I have handled that meeting? Am I getting paid fairly? How & when should I ask for the raise? When should I tell my boss that I'm pregnant?

But Lean On is also the tool to help women connect with one another around shared learning - great speakers, coaches and advisers find themselves here.

Under Chedva's steadfast leadership, Lean On is poised to become the go to tool for women starting and growing in the workplace.

Merav Weinryb Investor at Splacer - Connecting People and Spaces

Lean On is a startup that comes to answer a real issue. Given the focus of HR organizations on the domain, I can easily see how they can create a unique offering to working women, and become a successful platform