Thinking HR

MvW detail

28th April 2016           BOOK NOW

Men vs Women - Is Diversity, Well Being and Productivity simply a Gender Values War? Focus Areas

understanding the issues

  • Masculine and Feminine values - what exactly are they and what are the undesirables?
  • Values in Leadership and Management - Blanchard's view
  • The bigger picture - Porter on the Men vs Women issue

impact of values in personal and organisational performance

  • How HSE stats reveal interesting insight
  • Why do we end up in tribunals?
  • How engagement scores are impacted through team culture

 Tactics for re-dressing the masculine/feminine value mix

  • Looking for a story in statistics
  • Positive role models in feminine values
  • The human touch - it's a balance - using the millennial example

 identifying cultural issues

  • What your HR stats and process compliance levels reveal
  • Typical leader and manager profiles
  • Organisational metrics that signal warnings
  • Team feedback tools

role models and the dangers of replication

  • Why routes to success are often identified with masculine values
  • Women vs Men - the polarization of ideas to bridge the leadership gap

implications for HR

  • How different values affect Talent Acquisition and Reward Schemes
  • How processes such as Performance Management and Development can promote and support the wrong values
  • How Corporate Social Responsibility activities can help boost organisational development

societal hurdles

  • Is going to the gym pumping up the wrong message?
  • Media and the subtle messages of values - confusion reigns
  • Parenting and the role of educators in creating the right values

Action plan your steps to change

  • Deciding what's possible what's not
  • Short term vs long terms game plannning
  • Overcoming barriers to action



Your Expert City Think Bite Session Facilitator

Your expert for this city think bite is JOHN FILLINGHAM, with over 24 years experience in the HR and Talent Development field in organisations. JOHN has his own experience of being on the end of discrimination in the workplace and how the role of values affects many a HR process.