This interactive ½ day workshop is designed to present an overview of the state of the gender gap (including pay and leadership). The focus is on building awareness of the issue and presenting initiatives to close the gap in our own organizations.
Goldey-Beacom College in partnership with SHRM Delaware State Council, Inc.
is pleased to announce
State of the Gap: Empowering, Educating, and Inspiring to Achieve Gender Parity
Friday, October 14, 2016
From 8:30 a.m.—Noon
The Atrium, Goldey-Beacom College
Workshop Cost: Free of Charge
Join us for a morning of workshop sessions designed to present an overview of the state of the gender gap (including pay and leadership). The focus is on building awareness of the issue and presenting initiatives to close the gender gap in our own organizations.
Session I: “The State of the Gap: By the Numbers” with Dr. Fatma Abdel-Raouf, Goldey-Beacom College
The story of gender inequality is told skillfully through the numbers. An awareness of the issue is built through a presentation of the economic and social impact of inequality.
Session II: “Negotiating Your Way to a More Confident You” with Dr. Joel Worden and Dr. Jen Lawless, Goldey-Beacom College
A review of current research and business perspectives on the role of confidence in gender inequality is presented. This provides the foundation for an interactive session on improving negotiation skills with an examination of body language and verbal communication.
Session III: "Closing the Gap with Grit and Grace” with Peggy Eddens, Chief Human Capital Officer and Executive Vice President, WSFS
This session explores what it means to embrace the gap, to have grit and to learn to move forward with grace.
Be sure to register early and take a gender bias assessment available at http://andieandal.com/assessment/. It is easy to take, free of charge, and the results are strictly confidential.
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