Harnessing the Power of Gender Partnership
We can show you how to use Gender Partnership to achieve increased financial success and productivity gains as well as dramatic improvements in talent retention, creativity and problem-solving.
Gender Partnership means getting the most out of every one of your team. It means men and women listening to each others’ ideas, learning from each other, and leveraging each other’s special skills and talents — no more miscommunication or hidden bias. We can help you achieve this kind of success in several ways:
- Our Gender Partnership Diagnostic helps your organization assess where it stands, identify the hurdles it faces, and create a plan of action to move forward. Our Gender Partnership Large-Systems Change Initiative provides training and coaching to take you through every phase of implementation.
- We also offer seven training programs for getting everyone on your team on board with Gender Partnership™: Six interactive, in-house programs and Gender Partnership Everywhere, a lively and engaging e-learning program for remote employees.
“There has never been a more pivotal moment for cracking the code of Gender Partnership.”
— Rayona Sharpnack
A neuroscientist corrects HBR on male vs. female risk-taking
An article in the May-June issue of Harvard Business Review, entitled “What Most People Get Wrong About Men and Women,” got something very important wrong, according to renowned neuroscientist Dr. Larry Cahill of the University of California at Irvine….
Intelligent, impassioned, thought-provoking, inspiring, down to earth. This is how audiences describe Rayona Sharpnack’s keynotes.
- “If the problems ubiquitous to the human condition have at their roots a need for more communication, collaboration and relationship, why aren’t we utilizing the gifts and skills of more women leaders?”
- “For decades and decades, women were meeting with women to talk about women. Now what we need is men and women together talking about Gender Partnership. That’s a huge paradigm shift.”
- “Men of quality are never threatened by women’s equality. They are our allies. In fact, men have a high justice quotient. They want things to be fair.”
Learn How to Drive High Performance through Engagement — Rayona Sharpnack will be speaking on “Cultures of Inclusion: Cultivating Diversity Through Action” at Harvest 2018, Sept. 26-27 in beautiful Napa Valley, California. Harvest is a cutting-edge retreat for top industry leaders, strategic HR executives, and progressive thinkers who believe employee voice and authentic dialogue are the powerful keys to unlock high performance across the organization. For more information or to register: https://www.waggl.com/harvest/