Planning for the Future — What could be?
As little as 25 years ago, the career choices for women were quite limited. The expectation was that most women would want to be a nurse, school teacher or secretary.
Nowadays, women are fulfilling their potential in fields traditionally dominated by males — engineering, mining, legal, professional services — everywhere.
This course was designed by a female organisational psychologist to give professional females adaptable and strategic skills to work in sectors that are still top-heavy with males.
The course is facilitated by an amusing male presenter. The presenter will put forward case studies and interpret them from a male perspective. So, if you’d like to muse and learn how males and females think differently in the workplace, then this course is ideal.
AT THE CONCLUSION OF THIS COURSE PARTICIPANTS WILL BE ABLE TO:
- Compare how males and females approach performance appraisals
- Review your behavioural profile and compare with male colleagues
- List the challenges females face in the current workplace
- Review key findings from Nice girls don’t get the corner office, Dr Lois Frankel
- Discuss how to get past people who are stuck in the mud
- Test your ability to listen without developing an emotional response
- Assess how opinions on ability are formed from the questions you ask
- Predict male responses to workplace challenges
- Use an appreciative inquiry to picture your future workplace
- Prepare for your next difficult workplace conversation
- Build action plans
THE NUTS AND BOLTS
- Group Size: An ideal group size is 6–12 participants.
- Venue: For your convenience, you can choose to conduct this program at your offices. Alternatively, we can provide a training venue at a small additional cost.
- Duration: This course can be adapted to your time frame
- Cost: Upon request.
- Target Audience: The audience is usually female. Occasionally a brave male or two will also attend.
Look at what you receive within 24 hours at no cost:
1) a program outline, 2) training cost & 3) possible training dates (if requested)
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