- Gain awareness about different kinds of boundaries
- Gain awareness about how norms around gender boundaries interact
- Be able to identify at least one personal boundary
- Develop a plan for practicing at least one healthy boundary
A professional development suite
The Women’s Center’s series “Gender Equity at Work” is a professional development suite that 1.) builds participants’ critical eye for recognizing how gender norms and expectations show up in the workplace and why it matters; and 2.) develops participants’ skills to better advocate for themselves and others in ways that support women and promote gender equity at work.
We each shape our workplace culture with everyday interactions and accepted practices, many of them related to gender norms. Objectives:
Next offering is Thursday, August 2, 9am-noon in the PDC Classroom, Reynolda Hall 301. Register here.
Tailored for managers, this version of Recognizing & Interrupting Harmful Gender Norms includes strategies for team and 1:1 work as well as action planning for culture change.
These offerings are designed for Wake Forest faculty, staff, and graduate students. They can be modified to meet the needs of your department. If you’re interested in bringing one of these offerings to your team, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gender Equity@Work is not a sequential series; there are no prerequisites.
For the latest schedule and to register for a Gender Equity@Work offering, visit the Professional Development Center.