Boston Facilitators Roundtable - Event Information
APRIL 21: NEW RULES FOR WOMEN: Revolutionizing The Way Women Work Together - WEBINAR
The issue of women working with women is fraught with stereotypes, platitudes and misperceptions that can lead to negative outcomes not only for women but also for their ability to do good work together. Dr. Anne Litwin will guide us through her book, New Rules for Women, helping us understand the subtle, often invisible, gender dynamics that influence women's workplace relationships.
The issue of women working with women is fraught with stereotypes, platitudes and misperceptions that can lead to negative outcomes not only for women but also for their ability to do good work together. Please join us as Anne Litwin guides us through New Rules for Women, her recently published book detailing important new concepts in understanding the subtle, often invisible, gender dynamics that influence women's workplace relationships. This is a practical workshop focused on tips, tools and exercises that will give us ways to push back on negative stereotypes as well as reclaim parts of our workplace experience that have been misunderstood and devalued. You (whether a woman or a man), the women you work with, and the women who work for you all stand to benefit from this workshop!
Participants will engage in small group discussion about relationship expectations in the workplace
Reflect on double binds for women bosses
Consider tools and tips for successfully leading women
Participants will learn practical steps to help them strengthen their work relationships with women
Dr. Anne Litwin has worked for more than 30 years in the areas of executive coaching, leadership development, change management, teaming across global cultures, and cultural competency. Her clients have included: Siemens; Alibaba; Pfizer Pharmaceuticals; Accenture; Hewlett Packard; Hasbro; Community Catalyst; and The Union of Concerned Scientists. She has worked in a wide variety of organizations in the U.S.A., Europe, India, Africa, Canada, Mexico, China, Burma/Myanmar, Singapore and Malaysia. She is a member of the NTL Institute and past Chair of the NTL Board. She serves on the editorial board of the OD Practitioner, and is co-editor of the book, Managing in the Age of Change, along with numerous journal articles.