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How to Have Constructive Conversations about Gender

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Karen Morley
May 1st | 2:00 pm AEST | Show in my timezone

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Here is What We'll Do

We'll start by identifying some of the challenges to having constructive conversations about gender

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Then we'll consider why setting the context is important, and how to do it

You'll learn more about the important principles that need to be in place to guide discussion about contentious issues like gender.

Admitting your own mistakes and biases helps

This is an important tactic for normalising the challenges in these conversations and we'll explore stories that you can tell, and how to tell them, to make the conversation real.

Conversation starters and conversation killers

Identify the tactics that you can use in conversation to help keep it on track. Learn more about what to avoid, to keep the conversation heading in the right direction.


About Dr Karen Morley

My vision is to amplify leadership impact. To invigorate leaders so that they are amplified not diminished. So that they are energised not exhausted, connected not fractured and can perform at their very best.

That enables them to mobilise their full power, to unite effort, and to step up their value.

I work with individual leaders, teams and organisations using the latest evidence, practical strategies and inspiring coaching methods. Leaders and teams become more motivated, more influential and more productive.

I have published Lead like a Coach: How to Make the Most of Any Team to help leaders increase engagement and get more work done, and Gender-Balanced Leadership: An Executive Guide to help organisations be fairer and get great results.

Besides being an Executive Coach and leadership developer, I've held executive roles in government and higher education, and my approach is informed by my experience in these roles. I am an Honorary Fellow of the University of Melbourne, and an adjunct Director at ANZSOG.

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May 1st
2:00 pm AEST