Our future lies in the feminine aspects of how we show up at work, with connection and relationships in the very center.
Since the early 2000s we have been in a steady state of shift related to the way women are perceived and treated in a male-dominant global workforce. Though many other cultural and ethnic groups are discriminated against in a much more obvious outright way, female voices and feminine energies have been consistently diminishing, with very little real and lasting change.
Women add the story to the strategy in the workplace and without this, leaders and their organizations are lost in a loop of skills and performance review, riddled with conflict, broken trust, disengagement, and ultimately, women who don’t feel supported in their company and want to move on.
In this course, we’ll unpack the idea of masculine and feminine forces in the workplace, where they fit, what value they have, what they look like in balance, and how offering women more access to their nature can help support businesses facing unnatural rates of change, and a break-neck pace of transformation in business and the world.
This course utilizes the work and research of Elizabeth Lesser, Steven Pressfield, Pamela Fuller, Dirk Cloete, and Beatrice Chestnut.
Recognize why female leaders are so important now (and why they are still struggling at work)
Identify qualities which help female leaders become amazing leaders
Identify the (5) steps to help women lead from their strengths with balance
Distinguish the (5) steps men can do to support this balance
Indicate why unification of masculine and feminine at work is the best (and most rapid) course of growth
Estimate the change readiness of their organization (and identify a starting point)
Identify a step-by-step plan for change, using emotional intelligence + neuroscience
Diversity, Inclusion and Equity
Individual Leadership Development
Team Leadership Development
CPAs, Line Managers, Directors, Senior Leaders