Marie joined us to talk about:
- Research findings on the perceived leadership competence and aggression between men and women in the workplace.
- Present day barriers that may be impeding women’s ascension into upper management.
- The perception of women’s potential to be effective leaders.
- The unique strengths that women bring to leadership roles.
- Positive shifts in the leadership advancement of women today.
Dr. Marie Gervais owns Shift Management — a consulting firm specializing in leadership and intercultural workplace learning, which is now in its second decade serving over 500 clients. Her company provides services in the areas of workplace learning and development, virtual learning products as well as learning management consultation.
Marie has worked is deeply committed to helping companies improve their middle management leadership to improve retention, production and business outcomes.
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Resources Mentioned in This Episode:
- Changing Gears – Edmonton Woman Magazine
- The Paternalism Checklist for Women and Men – Shift Workplace Blog
- Gender Bias is Real: Women’s Perceived Competency Drops Significantly When Judged as Being Forceful – Kathy Caprino, Forbes
- Do Women Leaders Walk a Tightrope to be Seen as Effective and Likable? – Sylvia Ann Hewlett, Entrepreneur