offerings for diversity managers, managers, human resource
professionals, and others.
now offer consultation for companies that need to expand their
internal professionals skills and knowledge with additional
resources. The new offerings are designed as a train-the-trainer
program for two or more people from the same company.
The program includes trainers manual, resources, and participants
your organization do to reduce gender conflict in the workplace?
place to start is with education. You can help your employees
how to recognize and appreciate similarities and differences
in gender culture and perspectives. It is also helpful if
you provide your employees with tools and resources that will
help them improve cross-gender communication and effectiveness.
can you expect to receive from your training investment?
Organizations that create a supportive and equitable business
culture enjoy the following benefits:
A culture where both men and women want to work
Enhanced productivity and retention
More productive working relationships between men and women
Increased respect and trust between men and women, men and
men, women and women
Reduced conflict, miscommunication, and misunderstandings
Better financial results Improved access to a growing, well-educated
segment of the workforce
Improved market share
and women have unique and valuable talents to contribute to
organizations. When these talents are merged in a supportive,
equitable business culture, the result is NOT a redistribution
of promotions, authority, and other rewards from men to women.
Rather, the result is the creation of a larger and
growing "pie" that can be shared by all participants. This
is a "win-win" scenario that provides a meaningful justification
for active participation by both men and women in gender.
the Scottsdale National Gender Institute for information on
training and certificate programs for employee managers
profile and client history: http://www.gendertraining.com/sngi_company.html