Women and leadership
The empowerment of women is not a new trend, it has been happening for decades. However, only recently are we able to have conversations in the public domain about the roles we may take on in creating conditions for women's leadership to continue to grow, mature and endure. This conference includes a book for each participant, entitled "Red Fruits: Women Leaders", signed by the author.
Give Yourself Credit
We talk about the obstacles that keep us from giving ourselves credit and acknowledging and knowing what one brings to the table. Then we see hacks for giving ourselves credit and hacks for giving credit to others. Attendees are left with a challenge: Make a self-recommendation letter. The objective is for them to recognize their own performance and potential, to have a document that lists their achievements, and to be able to be ambassadors for themselves. Aimed at middle and senior management personnel.
It's Not Magic, It's Reality
Machismo and gender stereotypes not only affect our personal development and our family environments, they also have an impact on productivity within the work environment. Through her own life story, Lic. Ana Belen Hernandez shows the importance of questioning gender stereotypes and how this questioning allows us to become autonomous and resilient. Ana Belen shows us how to break down gender stereotypes to have better performance at work and in multidisciplinary teams..
Central themes: Machismo | Gender stereotypes | Resilience | Sorority | New masculinities | Teamwork.
Take You to a Better Place
More than a conference, it is an experience. We call it an "experience box" because we give the participants a box with 5 totems that will allow them to take themselves to a better place: a new mindset, a new emotional place, a new way of inhabiting one’s body and one’s time.
We don't need to be friends to be allies
We talk about the origin of the supposed enmity amongst women. The audience will learn how and when the women decided to ally and began to relate differently. Motherhood had a very important role in this regard! Motherhood was the predecessor of sisterhood among women (known as sorority).