Woman in the Workplace (Manila)

HRODC Postgraduate Training Institute
Em Manila, Philippines (Philippines)

£10.000 - (R$41.801)

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  • Curso
  • Manila, philippines (Philippines)
  • Duração:
    10 Days
  • Quando:
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Suitable for: This course is designed for: Senior Executives. Senior Policymakers. Government Officials. Diversity Officers. Diversity Managers. Diversity Consultants. Diversity Researchers. Women Managers. Women Entrepreneurs. Women Liberators: Etc

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Requisitos: Degree or Work Experience


Instalações e datas

Início Localização
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Manila, Philippines
Makati, 1200, Philippines, Philippines
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Course Contents, Concepts and issues:

Gender Disparity in Organisations
  • Factors Affecting Women in the Workplace
  • Occupational Segregation and Gender Discrimination
  • Horizontal Segregation vs. Vertical Segregation
  • Barriers to Top Level Position
  • Benefits of Women’s Board Membership
  • Rationale for Employment Segregation
  • Personal Preference
  • The Discriminatory Structure of the Labor Market
  • The Human Capital Explanation
  • Should occupational segregation by sex be completely eliminated?
  • Stereotypes: How Are They Imposed?
  • Stereotypes: How Are They Reinforced?
  • Pygmalion, Galatea and Golem Effects
  • Unequal Job Opportunities
  • Gender Pay Gap
  • Employment Discrimination Law
  • Equal Pay Act
  • Sexual Discrimination Act
  • Sexual Harassment Law
  • Gender Equality Duty
Why Are We Different: Using Gender Differences Positively
  • Goldberg’s Patriarchy and Male Dominance
  • Masculinities, Femininities and Work
  • Division of Labour and Sex Typing
  • Communication Styles
  • Blue Collar Women in Traditionally Male Jobs
Overcoming Negative Perceptions about Women
  • Feminism Approaches
  • Liberal Feminism
  • Radical Feminism
  • Marxist Feminism and Social Feminism
  • Poststructuralists and Postmodern Feminism
  • The Hidden Elements of Women’s Social Identities
  • Women as Other in the Organisational Context
  • Organisations Are Genderless
  • Organisations Are Bodyless
  • Organisations Are Sexless
  • How Women Cope With Otherness
  • Blending In To Meet Others’ Expectation
  • Internalising Self-Discipline and Control
  • Outcomes of Self-Discipline
  • Fear of Success: Horner’s Model
  • Mcclelland’s Model of Achievement Motivation
  • Stress Management
  • Sources of Stress
  • Sources of Women Executive Stress
  • Coping With Stress
Halting the Perpetuation of the ‘Queen Bee Syndrome’: Women Acknowledging the Plight of Their Less Successful Female Counterparts
  • Determining who is a Queen Bee?
  • Queen Bee Syndrome Defined
  • Effects of the Queen Bee Syndrome
Women and Leadership Styles: Creating Compatibility between Decisiveness and Effective Communication Flow
  • Leadership Styles
  • Leadership Style of Women
  • Interactive Leadership
  • Encourage Participation
  • Share Power and Information
  • Enhance the Self-Worth of Others
  • Energize Others
  • Traditional Leadership Style (Masculine) vs. Modern Leadership Style (Feminine)
Smashing the Glass Ceiling: Breaking Through Advancement Barriers
  • Defining Glass Ceiling
  • Characteristics Manifesting Glass Ceiling’s Existence
  • Levels and Types of Glass Ceiling Barriers
  • Societal Barriers
  • Internal Business Barriers
  • Governmental Barriers
  • Other Barriers
  • The Pipeline Theory
  • The Glass Ceiling and Disclosure of Sexual Orientation
  • The Glass Ceiling in Developing Countries
  • Related Terms:
  • Brass Ceiling
  • Stained-Glass Ceiling
  • Bamboo Ceiling
  • Concrete Ceiling
  • Expatriate Glass Ceiling
  • Glass Closet
  • Glass Elevator (or Glass Escalator)
  • Glass Cliff
  • Celluloid Ceiling
  • Glass Labyrinth
  • Sticky Floor
  • Sticky Ladder
  • Glass Wall
  • Silicon Ceiling
Creating and Maintaining Women Network: Strategic and Operational Perspectives
  • Networks and Mentors
Women and Career Prognosis: Getting Ahead of the Game
  • Career Opportunities
  • Recruitment
  • Selection
  • Promotion
Miscellaneous Topics
  • Exploiting the Work-Life-Balance Phenomena: An Opportunity for Further Advancement
  • Women and Management: Dealing With Male Subordinates
  • ‘Gender Relation at Work’ and Its Morale Implications
  • Non-Offensive Assertiveness: Making Your Point, Effectively
  • The Boardroom Conspiracy: Beating Men at Their Own Game
  • Women Entrepreneurs
  • Policy and Organisational Practice
  • Women and the Globalised Economy