Gender Intelligence: Advancement of Women

Women in business meeting

“In the last twenty years, our world has made more progress on gender equality than in the past two hundred. This progress has been the direct result of three dominant strategies for gender diversity: eliminating workplace inequities, helping women more fully participate in a man’s world by adopting male styles of leadership and management, and making it easier for women to balance work and personal life.” This statement by Barbara Annis in her book Gender Intelligence: Breakthrough Strategies for Increasing Diversity and Improving Your Bottom Line, illustrates the progress women have made in the workplace.

As more organizations become aware of and embrace gender intelligence, increasing numbers of women are advancing into executive level positions, as well as more women at all levels are feeling more valued. To explore this concept further, we’ve created a four-part series with Barbara Annis, founding partner of the Gender Intelligence Group, and in this final installment she explains what organizations need to understand in order to embrace inclusiveness, how both genders can sustain change, and gives great examples of organizations who have embraced gender inclusive corporate cultures.

 

 

Listen to the first podcast, “Engaging the Differences between the Men and Women.”

Listen to the second podcast, “The Science Behind Gender Differences.”

Listen to the third podcast, “The Competitive Advantage.”

 

We also created this flier and webpage.  

 

About Barbara Annis
Barbara Annis

Barbara Annis

Barbara Annis, Founding Partner of Gender Intelligence Group (GIG), is a world-renowned expert on Inclusive Leadership through Gender & Cultural Intelligence, advocating the value and practice of this new type of leadership in Fortune 500 companies and numerous organizations worldwide. Her insights and achievements have pioneered a transformational shift in cultural attitudes across the globe on the importance of gender unity to organizational success.

Barbara began her career as the first women in sales at Sony and became the first woman Sales Manager with 14 Outstanding Sales Achievement Awards and Sony’s MVP Award. Over the past 27 years, Barbara Annis and her 51 global associates have facilitated over 8,000 corporate workshops and conducted thousands of leadership assessments and executive coaching sessions. GIG has introduced breakthrough research on the practice and benefits of inclusive leadership and gender diversity. Additionally, GIG offers diagnostics, workshops, and coaching sessions both onsite and online.