“Bilingual management, to drive business performance”
For more than 10 years now, Diafora has been working closely with corporate governing bodies who are convinced that effective gender diversity in corporate leadership is a major driver of performance: Male/Female bilingualism.
Our goal is to get male and female managers and HR personnel “onboard”; to enlist their support by helping them speak the same language and come to a mutual understanding so they can work effectively side by side – for the sake of the company.
Our strategy is based on teaching, raising awareness and getting company leaders involved.
USING GENDER DIVERSITY FOR COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE AND BUSINESS PERFORMANCE: A MAJOR CHALLENGE FOR CORPORATE CHANGE.
- Developing male/female bilingualism to improve business performance.
- Mobilizing leadership by helping the entire company grasp the challenges to the business at stake.
- Empowering women through special training.
MAKING MANAGERS BILINGUAL: WHAT DO WE MEAN?
- The New Leader and their role as an executive in promoting greater gender diversity for better performance.
- An enhanced knowledge of the company’s target customers thanks to gender balance within the company itself.
“BILINGUAL LEADERSHIP”: HOW DIAFORA CAN HELP
DIAFORA offers highly interactive workshops lasting from two hours to two days, designed to give managers the key information and tools they need to develop and manage a gender-balanced workforce.
WORKSHOPS, “ACHIEVING A BETTER GENDER BALANCE IN LEADERSHIP”: HIGHLY EFFECTIVE TOOLS.
- Business casesBenchmarking best practices
- Differences to consider
- Tools and how to deploy them
- Key factors for success and pitfalls to avoid
- 10 tips for managers
AIR LIQUIDE EXECUTIVE WORKSHOP “Achieving a better gender balance in leadership”
What did you get from this Diafora workshop and what key messages did you retain?
“Gender diversity is a key business challenge for the company”
“It’s a management subject (I wasn’t convinced before)”
“Learn to listen to women”
“Importance of gender bilingualism”
“A shift in perspective – adapting companies to women”
“It can’t be just an HR initiative”
“Just recruiting more women is not the answer”
“This subject can and should make the company culture evolve”