- Men @ Work: Leading Well As A Woman, Working Well With Men
- Gender Matters: Increasing Productivity and Making Drama Disappear (Co-Ed talk)
- Leading Well As Women, Working Well With Men
- Dressing for Success / Projecting Executive Presence
- Invest in the Personal Development / Home Life Foundation of Your Employees
Men @ Work: Leading Well As A Woman, Working Well With Men
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Bestselling author Shaunti Feldhahn reveals the inside scoop that every woman needs to know, on the common ways men commonly think in the workplace but almost never talk about. In any organization with more men in leadership, women will find this information game-changing as they understand the unseen perceptions of men and obstacles or opportunities that arise as a result. Shaunti will share the results of eight years of in-depth research with thousands of men, as published in her groundbreaking book, The Male Factor: The Unwritten Rules, Misperceptions and Secret Beliefs of Men in the Workplace. Every woman will want to hear this talk and learn immediately-applicable ways to remove the unseen obstacles they may not have known were there, as well as ultra-practical keys to the best possible work relationships with male bosses, colleagues, subordinates and clients. Shaunti will also provide male listeners with a critical understanding of the intentions of their female colleagues.
- Breakout sessions for female staff at corporate retreats or periodic corporation-wide events
- Lunch and learns
- Interactive training sessions for female staff
- Women’s leadership events
Gender Matters: Increasing Productivity and Making Drama Disappear (Co-Ed talk)
Men, do you know what your opposite-sex clients think and need? Women, do you know why your male colleague got frustrated at something innocuous you said or did? Would you love to just have a positive working environment without drama? We have the answer for you, based on more than 10 years of research with nearly 15,000 men and women and 7 nationally-representative surveys. It turns out: when you work with the opposite sex, you’re working with a foreign culture. In this engaging keynote or training talk (which is a co-ed adaptation of the “Men @ Work” talk above), both men and women learn what the opposite sex privately thinks about how things “should” work but rarely say. This shared knowledge not only leads to much greater influence and effectiveness, but dramatically improves the tone of the workplace environment and decreases drama – since a large proportion of interpersonal “issues” are primarily caused because of a clash of expectations. Important for any leader or team member who wants to have the most effective and positive possible working relationships with their bosses, colleagues, subordinates and clients.
Leading Well As Women, Working Well With Men
She has found the secret sauce! Great influence and effectiveness with men, while being true to yourself as a woman, is THE missing link to advancement in any industry with more men than women in leadership. Which is pretty much every industry except elementary schools. Groundbreaking social researcher and best-selling author Shaunti Feldhahn has uncovered the game-changing and practical knowledge we need, based on twelve years of innovative, confidential research with thousands of your male bosses, co-workers, subordinates and clients for her revolutionary book, The Male Factor: The Unwritten Rules, Misperceptions and Secret Beliefs of Men in the Workplace. Discover how to avoid hidden obstacles, seize opportunities, and be seen as the leader you are.
Dressing for Success / Projecting Executive Presence
Most women have what it takes to be a great leader – they just need to look like it! Today, being sponsored into leadership almost always requires being seen as a leader, which includes not only dressing as a leader, but projecting leadership qualities in speech and action. This interactive talk can be tailored for women of all leadership levels and industries, and, historically, is particularly important for women in technical or male-dominated industries such as engineering, manufacturing, and so on. Learn what it takes to project executive presence, how to avoid the common unseen obstacles that trip up many women, and the confidence of showing on the outside, the capability you have on the inside.
If desired, this talk can include a fun and extremely helpful interactive fashion module.
Invest in the Personal Development / Home Life Foundation of Your Employees
Many studies have shown that those who are happier at home, are better and more productive at work. Shaunti’s nationally representative surveys and research on personal relationships makes for a perfectly suited add-on to the topics above for those organizations wanting to invest in the personal development of their employees. See why many millions of marriages and relationships have been saved, strengthened, or restored by men and women hearing the eye-opening but ultra-simple findings of her research as published in her best-selling books For Women Only, For Men Only, and The Surprising Secrets of Highly Happy Marriages.