Organization Man Meets Organization Woman: Gender Diversity©

Men and women own companies together, sit on Board of Directors and hold management
and supervisory positions. Now what?

How are men – and other women – adapting to working with and for women? How are women
handling their own rapid advancement?

This is an intensive three-day workshop for men and women who want an opportunity to
examine their working relationships. It handles six major subject areas:

  1. Understanding the inherent conflict in relationships between men and women at work.
  2. How historical decisions you have made about men and women, still affect you today.
  3. Productive and counterproductive work behaviors.
  4. Resolving the differences in the expectations between men and women in organizations.
  5. Understanding the differences in the way men and women communicate and think.
  6. Your individual plan for increased productivity.

“It made me go deeper into my feelings about women than I ever had before.”

“I can now view men as people and be more of a support for them, rather than play my usual feminine games.”

“ I came to realize that my interactions with particular women in my life have held me back considerably in my personal development.”

“I feel privileged to be among the first men to have the opportunity to do this workshop.”

“I don’t have this one handled. I was here because I knew that, and I hate to admit it.”

“It will help me get unstuck from a lot of old patterns.”

The format includes lecture, individual and group exercises and group discussions.

Representatives of McDonald’s Corporation, Johnson & Johnson, Tradin’ Times Newspapers, Wichita Public Schools, U.S. Government (OPM), ARCO, Hewlett Packard, Stearns-Rogers, Procter & Gamble and many others have participated in this workshop.

WORKSHOP COST: $4,000 per person, which includes: workshop, workshop materials and continental breakfast. (discounts for multiple registrations from one company) To bring this workshop to your company cost is $35,000 for up to 16 people (8 men and 8 women).