Women's International Day is an opportunity to celebrate the economic, business, social and political accomplishments of women around the world. It is also a chance to examine our biases and work together to achieve gender parity.
This year’s theme: #BalanceforBetter
Gender balance in the workplace is not only a women’s issue — it’s a global business issue, and essential in order for economies and communities to thrive.
Here are some courses to help you consider being more inclusive and conscious of biases.
Confronting Bias: Thriving Across our Differences – Instructors: Verna Myers (VP, Inclusion Strategy at Netflix) & Arianna Huffington (Founder and CEO at Thrive Global).
Unconscious Bias – Instructor: Stacey Gordon (Diversity, Inclusion & Career Strategist | Keynote Speaker | Author)
Women in Leadership (released last week) – Instructors: Daisy Lovelace & Carolyn Goerner
Highlight: We all have gender bias (3m40s)
In the spirit of #BalanceforBetter here are some more content suggestions to support us all on this journey to a gender balanced world.
Becoming a Male Ally at Work! Instructor: TED speaker Emilie Aries
Proven Success Strategies for Women at Work – Instructors: Debbie Kolb (Expert in Negotiation, Leadership & Gender |Speaker | Bestselling Author |Advisors to Today’s Leading Executive Women & Elizabeth Robillard (Digital and Mobile executive. Mentor and coach on innovation, negotiation, leadership.
Developing Your Emotional Intelligence – Instructor: Gemma Leigh Roberts (Organizational Psychologies | Performance Psychologist | Executive & Career Coach |Author).
Executive Presence for Women – Instructor: Roberta Matuson (Strategic Advisor | Consultant |Executive Coach |Public Speaker |Talent Maximizer).
Managing Your Career as an Introvert – Instructor: Dorie Clark: Keynote Speaker, Harvard Business Review Contributor, Duke University Furqua School of Business Adjunct prof; 3x Author
Taking Charge of Your Career – Instructor: Christine DiDonato is a LinkedIn Learning Author who enables emerging professionals to be in the driver’s seat of their career path.
Body Language for Women - Instructor: Dorie Clark
Monday, March 11 at 12:00am