Everyday Leadership™ She Earned That

Gender Issues in the Workplace

Regardless of physical appearance and gender, we should treat each other with respect and dignity. We must acknowledge that each other’s achievements are due to nothing short of hard work and dedication, NOT appearance or sexuality. We are all on the same team.

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Competencies

  • Leading a Culturally Diverse Workforce
  • Leading and Managing for Peak Performance

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Training Briefs® She Earned That

Regardless of physical appearance and gender, we should treat each other with respect and dignity. As a leader in our organization, we must acknowledge that each other’s achievements are due to nothing short of hard work and dedication, NOT appearance or sexuality. We are all on the same team.

Training Files (10)

TitleTypeTime/PagesLanguage
Everyday Leadership™ She Earned That
Video with graphics and narrator
Video Vignette01:47 min EnglishDemo
Workshop Material7 pages EnglishDemo
Everyday Leadership™ She Earned That
Video Discussion Questions
Workshop Material2 pages EnglishDemo
Workshop Material2 pages EnglishDemo

Additional Information

Attributing a colleague’s accomplishments to their physical appearance is degrading and disrespectful. Hard work is just that – hard work, regardless of physical attributes or gender. Lessening the accomplishments of team members by false attributes is unprofessional and out of line. We ALL work hard to achieve our goals.


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