This cooperation could be a lever, not only to promote women's access to managerial positions, but also to help companies initiate creative processes that lead to improved performance compared to their competitors.
This is why we propose a relationship development seminar on “otherness,” the starting point for a new managerial mode.
Our work is designed to create a relationship-change movement between men and women in the workplace. This specific coaching program for a mix of men and women aims to:
- allow employees to re-visit stereotypes and prejudices that may be harmful to men and women in upper management;
- encourage awareness of the consequences of certain behavior and decision-making by managers;
- develop a constructive assertiveness regarding each person's personality differences and complementarity;
- encourage mutual commitment through the co-writing and signing of a common charter.
The seminar allows participants to:
- discover new freedom in the understanding of otherness, free of actions and behavior that could prove to be limiting;
- experience richer creativity through male / female co-construction;
- identify their relationship mode with the opposite sex;
- discover a personal and manageable power in the acceptance of one's own richness and that of others;
- develop ease in relationships with the opposite sex, both with peers and with employees.