No more empty empowerment. It’s time for a specific solution.
Are you looking for an effective gender equality strategy for your company?
Women remain significantly underrepresented at every level in the corporate pipeline, despite earning more college degrees than men. They struggle to receive recognition through awards, promotions and pay rises. It seems that the invisible barrier is still there to restrict women from progressing.
There is a pressing need for the companies to commit into gender diversity not by solemn declarations, but by real, efficient actions! Neither equality regulation, nor bias training will help, if your institution does not focus on women themselves – therein lies the solution!
You have a chance to support women in your company by introducing “Breaking the Glass Ceiling” program as the key corporate training for females in your organization. This is the real step towards women empowerment!
Since the #MeToo movement has arisen, the mainstream comments have focused mostly on men who are seen as the cause of the problem. But the real question is: why a modern woman feels vulnerable and completely powerless when confronting a man who behaves abusively?
Man’s power is a reason why a woman is not able to stand up to him. No physical force is necessary – power is enough. The simple fact that a co-worker, or a supervisor is a MAN, is frequently enough to make a woman feel defenseless. Educating men is though not enough to eliminate or prevent sexual harassment in your corporation. Problem will not be solved until woman transform from a subordinate personality, into a powerful, confident woman.
Do not limit your actions to non-fraternization policy.
Take a real action towards protecting your female-workers from sexual harassment.
Help women in your institution to discover their authentic power and courage to stand up for themselves!
Again, you may empower your female-workers and give them effective tools to increase self-confidence and courage to say “NO” to unwanted advances. With my special training, including techniques based on the latest research on brain neuroplasticity and mental programming, women in your organization will learn how to:
- recognize and set up their own boundaries,
- assertively communicates their desires, and confidently expresses disapproval,
- feel no fear of men’s power,
- perceive themselves as powerful persons, equal partners to men,
- bravely defy the male co-worker who behaves abusively.