by Caroline | May 26, 2015 | bottom line value of gender diversity, business case for gender diversity, feminine strengths, Inclusive culture, Inclusive leadership, masculine strengths, Men and women at work, shifting masculine feminine continuum, shifting with authenticity, understanding difference, value of difference |
The topic of gender diversity has lots of facets – many sub-topics and applications. I am willing to put in the work to design many different workshops and speeches. All forward my mission – to help create a world where both masculine and feminine strengths are valued and leveraged – and my vision – a world where gender diversity is the norm and organizations thrive as men and women succeed and lead together.
by Caroline | Mar 22, 2015 | business value of gender diversity, women in leadership, Women in management, women supporting women, women working with women |
Workplace “Queen Bees” claim more affinity with men than women and distance themselves from other women. If the Queen Bee isn’t dead yet, I would like to accelerate her demise! Gender diversity in leadership is good for business. And women won’t reach the upper ranks of business in sufficient numbers to deliver the upsides without the full support of their own.
by Caroline | Jul 1, 2012 | Men and women at work, progress of women, women in leadership, Women in management, women supporting women, women working with women |
When experts name reasons why women are not proportionally represented in business leadership, they include women not supporting other women. Catalyst reports that the Queen Bee is less and less a factor. A Queen Bee is a woman who likes being one of few women in a group and prefers working with men. Some sabotage or bully other women. I hope to make such women aware of their behavior, aware of the business value of gender diversity and aware of the strengths of feminine ways of working–and thus make the Queen Bee extinct!