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Leadership in a Diverse World 

Diversity programs develop JEWELS. Employees, who utilize their individual strengths, mature as
leaders and who become organizational representatives that attract others to your organizations, benefit through their experiences and growth by:

  • Increasing their expertise
  • Expanding their reach and gaining opportunities
  • Building positive reputation
  • Enhancing their value to all


If you aren’t mining JEWELS you aren’t growing your organization. Even though you might have done well with rubies, emeralds and diamonds, are you prepared to add pearls? The individuals
we empower, the leaders we develop and the settings we create can increase employees' brilliance and their uniqueness which will enhance our assets.  However, in the pursuit for equality, especially
gender equality, we have become blind to the differences and are not utilizing the strengths. Pearls needs to be handled, polished and promoted in a different way than diamonds.


There are six facets of male-female work relationships. How employees behave within those roles and interact amongst each other can help or hinder the development of the people around them, the
organization and ultimately themselves:

  • Male leader
  • Female Leader
  • Male Team Leader
  • Female Team Member
  • Male Subordinate
  • Female Subordinate

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 Meeting Planners, Your Participants Will:

  • Be inspired and challenged (the program is highly interactive, motivational and fun)
  • Be prepared to communicate why gender differences should not be negated but highly cherished
  • Leave with ideas to instantly make a difference in the interactions with others
  • Leave with an appreciate of their own values and traits and respect and admiration for those of the opposite sex



Playing in the BIG Leagues on a Male Dominated Court

Leadership Traits in the 21st Century

Individual decision making, control and corrective action, intellectual stimulation, participative decision making, inspiration, role modeling, expectations and rewards, and people development are the Top 9 leadership behaviors that improve organizational performance. A recent McKinsey survey revealed that women applied five of these more than men, while men only applied two more than their female counterparts. However, the percentage of female Executive Officer positions of Fortune 500 companies has not increased much over the last years. So - is it truly male chauvinism and the “good old boys’ club” that prevent women from achieving these positions or are there other factors which can help corporations utilizing their female human capital and attract highly educated and extremely motivated female business professionals to join their team? This provocative and eye-opening workshop helps men and women to learn the strategies, techniques and transformation to IMMEDIATELY bring out the best in themselves and their teams.

 Selected Points:


  • Become a strong team while discussing,laughing and participating in activities
  • Study several gender blind spots and will undertand how to 
  • Leave with ideas to instantly make a difference in the interactions with others
  • Leave with an appreciate of their own values and traits and respect and admiration for those of the opposite sex

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Meeting Planners, Your Participants Will: Become a strong team while discussing, laughing and participating in activities Study several gender blind spots Learn success strategies


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Additional Topics:

Sexual Harassment,  Present but not productive, and many more




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