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Lost in Translation: Bridging the Communications Gender Gap

by Connie Glaser

You've read the generalizations and heard the clichés: Men are from Mars, Women are from Venus. Men don't ask for directions, women can't read road maps. Are these clichés in fact true? Are they supported by scientific evidence, or are we just programmed to believe them?

Lost in Translation: Bridging the Communications Gender Gap2018-03-26T20:11:58+00:00

Do Gender Differences Effect Video Game Play?

by Jeanie Litteken

One of the most entertaining moments of a GenderSpeak workshop can occur when participants are asked to name their favorite toy or activity. Often participants from younger generations, both male and female, say playing video games was their favorite…

Do Gender Differences Effect Video Game Play?2018-03-26T20:11:06+00:00

Gender Differences: A Growing Topic in Europe!

by Isabelle Pujol

I joined the Heim Group in October 1995 to introduce GenderSpeak in Europe, and since that time, I am amazed by the growing number of press and media coverage on the gender topic.

Gender Differences: A Growing Topic in Europe!2018-03-26T20:08:41+00:00

The Narrow Bands of Acceptable Behavior: The Double Standard

by Pat Heim, Ph.D.

Early on in my career I worked in a Fortune 500 company and ran an executive trainee program. Each year I received about 120 applicants for this Staff Associate program and each had 3 letters of recommendation attached.

The Narrow Bands of Acceptable Behavior: The Double Standard2018-03-26T20:07:39+00:00

Men Plus Women Create Powerful Teams

by Susan Murphy, Ph.D.

It just happened again. Twice in 3 years studies have shown that when women are represented in significant numbers in key positions in Fortune 500 companies, financial performance is higher in some key areas.

Men Plus Women Create Powerful Teams2018-03-26T20:06:49+00:00

The Gender of Sender: He-Mail and She-Mail

by Connie Glaser

Since the publication of my book GenderTalk Works earlier this year, a wide range of companies have used it to help bridge the gender communications gap at work. The main point of the book is that neither men nor women have a better way of communicating, but simply different.

The Gender of Sender: He-Mail and She-Mail2018-03-26T20:05:51+00:00

Easing Gender-Related Frustrations

by Tammy Hughes

A question I'm often asked by people who have been through our GenderSpeak workshop or my keynote on gender differences is, "How can I help ease some of my co-workers’ gender-related frustrations when they haven't had the opportunity to learn this stuff?"

Easing Gender-Related Frustrations2018-03-26T20:04:59+00:00

5 Steps to Mine Perspective Gold for a High Performing Team

by Robin Denise Johnson, Ph.D.

One of the most common mistakes leaders make with multicultural, mixed-gender teams is trying to "homogenize away" the differences. Well-meaning people often make this mistake.

5 Steps to Mine Perspective Gold for a High Performing Team2018-03-26T19:59:03+00:00

His and Her Brains

By Serge Lashutka, M.A, M.B.A.

In the past decade researchers have been studying male and female brains at the microscopic anatomic level and discovering some intriguing gender differences. For years science has known that on average human male brains are larger than female brains. Therefore are males generally smarter? This appears to not be the case. The neurons in the cortex of female brains are actually packed closer together and female brains possess as much as 12% more neurons than males. This may explain how women are able to demonstrate the same level of intelligence with a smaller brain.

His and Her Brains2018-03-26T19:57:53+00:00

The Bully Girl

By Jeanie Litteken

Q: My child is experiencing difficulty with another young girl in her group. The girl enjoys telling the group what to do, how to dress, what to say and how to think.

The Bully Girl2018-03-26T19:56:45+00:00

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