Offer Extended- Equity Across the Gender Divide

By | Diversity and inclusioin, Gender communication, Gender Issues. Women's Success, inclusive culture, sexism, Sexual Harassment, Uncategorized

From: SIMMALIEBERMAN.COM <simma@simmalieberman.com> Subject: Equity Across the Gender Divide deadline extension Preheader: January 2018 Reply: simma@simmalieberman.com Having trouble viewing this email? Click here We’re happy to extend the special offer for this exciting program until January 31, 2018, because of the number of requests we’ve received from organizations in the last week. Equity Across the Gender Divide, Beyond Sexual Harassment Greetings, We…

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Special Offer- Stop Sexual Harassment

By | Gender communication, Gender Issues. Women's Success, Sexual Harassment, Uncategorized

 Stop and prevent sexual harassment, sexual misconduct and gender inequity. Get it right in 2018 with our new offering, Equity Across the Gender Divide, Beyond Sexual Harassment Greetings, Every day we read about someone new being charged with sexual harassment. No industry seems to be immune, and some abusers target men as well as women. Responsible organizations are seeking solutions,…

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Sexual Harassment and “Me Too”

By | diversity workplace, Gender communication, Gender Issues. Women's Success, Sexual Harassment

Accusations of sexual harassment and sexual assault against film producer Harvey Weinstein have recently exposed behaviors in Hollywood towards many women and some men. As a result, Alyssa Milano adopted the now-hashtag #MeToo, taking from a campaign that started 20 years ago with activist Tarana Burke. For many people reading about Weinstein, there is an “it’s about time,” feeling about sexual…

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Practical Strategies for Gender Communication

By | Communication, Cultural Competency, diverse workplace, Gender communication, Gender Issues. Women's Success | No Comments

Before you read   This article talks about cultural norms, and not meant to stereotype. Gender Communication is on a continuum and people’s styles can be a mixture. Some men use a more collaborative, consensus style and some women use a more hierarchical or more task related style. Knowing your default style can help you be more flexible and get results. What can…

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Gender Communication Differences and Practical Strategies

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What can your organization do to create more equality for men and women? The first step to creating equality is understanding the different strengths and styles that different genders bring to the work table. Oftentimes men and women use different processes for decision making and leadership. Here are some common ways that men and women differ: Attitude towards tasks vs….

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Gender Communications Differences and Strategies

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What can your organization do to create more equality for men and women? The first step to creating equality is understanding the different strengths and styles that different genders bring to the work table. Oftentimes men and women use different processes for decision making and leadership. Here are some common ways that men and women differ: Attitude towards tasks vs….

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Tips for Better Communication Between Men and Women in the Workplace

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Tips for Better Communication Between Men and Women in the Workplace Typical Complaints Women Have About Men Addressing women as “girls,” “gals,” “honey,” “babyyoung,” “lady,” “darlin’” A lot of women don’t want to be called “ladies” at work Making women into objects… “I have a car, a boat, a dog, and a wife.” Using expressions that only use sports, violence…

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Dialogue as a Communication Tool

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by Kate Berardo and Simma Lieberman “Consider any complex, potentially volatile issue – Arab relations, the problems between Serbs, Croats, and Bosnians, corporate decision making, getting control of the U.S. deficit or health care costs, labor/management relations and so on. At the root of the issue we are likely to find communication failures and cultural misunderstandings that prevent the parties…

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