Partnership & Possibilities: A Podcast on Leadership in Organizations
EPISODE 9: WORK WITH US
“When I see inequity, here is how I’m responding to it, here’s how I’m trying to shift the behavior, both in myself and in creating the conditions to shift it in others.”
Running time 28:10
What are you seeing in your organization relating to gender roles and gender equality? What type of things are you doing that are helping these more subtle gender equity and equality shifts occur?
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[Intro] Conundrum faced by women in leadership roles and in the workplace.
[01:14] Review of “Work with Me” by Barbara Annis and John Gray.
[04:54] Gender issues in the workplace, but what are the solutions?
[06:09] Stereotypical male informal networks still exist in most industries.
[10:25] How men and women view gender differences and opportunities in the workplace.
[14:23] Stay-at-home dads becoming more common, but still viewed as a threat by peers.
[18:16] Becoming aware of one’s behavior gives power back to the individual.
[23:48] Women are helping change the leadership paradigm to a more collegial participative way.
WORK WITH ME: The 8 Blind Spots Between Men and Women in Business by Barbara Annis and John Gray
GENDER INTELLIGENCE: How Our Differences Create Value in the Workplace by Barbara Annis and Keith Merron
LEADERSHIP AND THE SEXES: Using Gender Science to Create Powerful Organizations by Barbara Annis and Michael Gurian
The global gender agenda: Women continue to be underrepresented at senior-management levels in Asia, Europe, and North America. McKinsey research suggests some answers.
Study: More men on the ‘daddy track’
Marked Women, Unmarked Men by Deborah Tannen
Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandberg