All workshops utilize adult learning tools and practical application.Workshops can be tailored to the time available for the client. Ideal are full-day (5-6 hours) and half-day (2 1/2 to 4 hours) workshops. Shorter workshops, e.g., 90 minutes or 2 hours) can be provided.Included is up to 2 hours of interview time for the facilitator(s) to gain an understanding of the company and industry, the corporate culture and its diversity and inclusion structure and efforts.Workshops can be offered on a one-time basis – for a specific work group, management team or conference. Or they can be offered, as part of a larger initiative, multiple times for an entire company or level.
Half-day and full-day workshops are offered with two facilitators, one female (Caroline Turner) and one male (Dr. Rich Grenhart or Stewart Hirsch, Esq.).
- Books. Copies of Caroline Turner’s book, Difference Works: Improving Retention, Productivity and Profitability through Inclusion can be purchased in bulk for workshop participants or team members.
- Discussion Guides. To support long-term learning and change, tools for leading discussions are provided. Pre-reading (from the book Difference Works or online resources) and discussion questions are provided electronically for either 12 or 18 sessions. Included is telephone coaching for the discussion leader.These are useful for brown bag lunch discussions or for a portion (10-15 minutes) of regularly scheduled meetings. The price for follow-up discussion support is generally incorporated into the workshop fee but can be charged separately.
- Coaching. Individual coaching is available from experienced executive coaches for those who want to improve their skills of working and leading inclusively.
Workshop topics and descriptions on Masculine and Feminine at Work:
- Better Leaders, Better Results: Balancing Masculine and Feminine Strengths in Individuals, Teams and Organizations
- The Wholistic Leader – Leveraging Masculine and Feminine Strengths for Effectiveness and Results
- A Delicate Balance: Women Leveraging Feminine (as Well as Masculine) Strengths at Work
- Women Leading Women: Becoming Champions for Other Women