GENDER DIFFERENCES POWERPOINT

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ReadySetPresent (Gender Differences PowerPoint Presentation Content): 100+ PowerPoint presentation content slides. Misinterpreting gender differences can be potentially disastrous. However, understanding them, can lead to a harmonious environment both at work and at home. Gender Differences PowerPoint Presentation Content slides include topics such as: highlighting Gender and Communication Differences, how to avoid pitfalls, 6 common areas of miscommunication between genders, 6 slides on negotiation and gender, 10 slides on biological brain and health differences, 25+ slides on strengths of genders with facts and trivia, 15+ slides on managing and accommodating different genders and moving past stereotypes, 4 slides on the Parson’s model, 9 slides on women working with men, 8 slides on men working with women, and 6 slides on females in business, 10 slides on common misunderstandings and communication between spouses, interesting gender statistics and more!

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  • 1. Gender Differences
  • 2. Program Objectives
    • To improve communication between members of the opposite sex.
  • 3. A Challenge
    • Please write a one sentence definition
      • of Gender Communication
    • (and a few of the challenges
    • you have experienced).
  • 4. Definition (1 of 2)
    • Sexual identity, especially in relation to society or culture.
    • The condition of being female or male; sex.
    • Females or males considered as a group: expressions used by one gender.
  • 5. Definition (2 of 2)
    • Gender refers to the social relationship/ roles and responsibilities of men and women, the expectations held about the characteristics, aptitudes and likely behaviours of both women and men (femininity and masculinity) that are learned, change over time and vary within and between cultures.
  • 6. General Differences (1 of 2)
      • Women Value :
        • Communication
        • Connection
        • Relationships
  • 7. General Differences (2 of 2)
      • Men Value :
        • Independence
        • Power
        • Accomplishments
  • 8. The Gender World View
      • Woman’s Social World
        • A Network of Cooperation
      • Men’s Social World
        • A Hierarchy of Power
  • 9. Gender Differences (1 of 2)
    • Report vs. Rapport
      • Men are externally focused and often view situations as issues to be resolved. They talk to inform others.
  • 10. Gender Differences (2 of 2)
    • Report vs. Rapport
      • Women are internally focused and often talk as a way to connect and relate to others.
  • 11. Four Parts (A Recap) (1 of 2)
      • Problem Solving
      • Ventilating vs. Curing
      • Communicating Needs And Desires
      • Hinting vs. Telling
  • 12. Four Parts (A Recap) (2 of 2)
      • Understanding a Situation & Relating
      • Gossip vs. Privacy
      • General Approach To Situations
      • (Competition vs. Cooperation)
  • 13. About This Product: To download this entire Gender Differences PowerPoint presentation visit ReadySetPresent.com Over 100+ slides on topics such as: how to avoid pitfalls, define areas of miscommunication between genders, how to manage genders in the work place and accommodating gender differences. Includes topics such as issues in the work place, slides on negotiation and gender, biological brain differences, strengths of genders, gender facts and trivia, moving past stereo types, the Parson’s model, women working with men, men working with women, and females in business, and more.Royalty Free - Use Them Over and Over Again. Please Visit: www.ReadySetPresent.com