Do women communicate differently from men?
What unwritten rules are there to ensure that women's competence is perceived just like that of men? What are the rules of the game in conversations and conferences, and what techniques are there to convince women when they enter a room?
What can a woman do to live her feminine side and at the same time take the next step on the career ladder?
In gender coaching, her self-image and image of others are examined. In role plays, conversations and interviews typical female and male communication patterns are uncovered, the voice strengthened and the self-confidence adapted to the new or aspired task, so that you convince with competence, charisma and personality.
There are as many communication and leadership styles as there are people. At the same time, social and hormonal influences influence our behaviour. This is why some managers or employees show irritating, hurtful or ambiguous signals in certain situations and thus appear more insecure, fickle, nice or perhaps even harder than necessary.
What is the best way for women/men as managers or employees to deal with this? How can woman/man better understand or support the executive or the employee in order to achieve the desired goals for all participants in the most appreciative way? What should women/men pay attention to? How do women assert themselves against difficult colleagues, employees or superiors?
In gender coaching and diversity coaching, you learn techniques that significantly simplify communication between men and women.
Should a man/woman come out in a business context? And if so, why and how? What are the pros and cons and consequences?
How can women or men live all their facets, integrate themselves into the team, stay themselves and be successful?
In gender, diversity and transgender coaching it is about feelings, strengths, fears, uncertainties, prejudices, gestures, facial expressions, outfits, voice, communication, business and success.