(One-hour session/two-hour session includes role-playing exercises)
Although unhealthy competitiveness has historically been more prevalent in those work places that are predominantly female, the potential for it to sabotage an entire workforce is a certain reality. In addition, the negative fallout a small group of “nay-sayers” can have on the non-involved employees can be quite detrimental to a building and/or maintaining a high-trust, high-performance team.
During this session, participants will learn the differences between healthy and unhealthy competitiveness, the warning signs that a situation may be turning unhealthy, and how to combat this from happening. By exploring and acknowledging the differences between the male and female thought processes, the audiences who participate in the role-playing exercises will learn practical tools for de-railing unhealthy competitiveness.