Sales, Marketing and Communication
Training Programs

"This is What I Really Mean…" Women and Men in the Workplace

This corporate training program offers insight into the different worlds of women and men in the workplace. By exploring stereotypes and biases and becoming aware of gender differences in communication and management styles, participants learn how to create a more productive work setting.

For more info contact us: insight@tyg.ca

 

 

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Executive Seminar and Sales Training: Reaching the Real World of Women Consumers
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Sales Training: Reaching the Real World of Women Consumers
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Gender-Based Communications Program: "This is What I Really Mean..." Women and Men in the Workplace
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TESTIMONIALS

"In today's dynamic workplace, identifying new ways to communicate effectively with colleagues and work efficiently as a team is an ongoing responsibility and challenge. Through her "Women and Men as Effective Teams" course, Joanne Thomas Yaccato uses both a business-like and light-hearted approach to highlight the complexities of communication between men and women and how this impacts our day-to-day working relationships. By the end of Joanne’s session, participants come away with a greater appreciation and understanding of differences in style. Most importantly, she focuses on how we can use our individual qualities to our advantage to motivate each other and work together to achieve both personal and corporate success."

Sanford Riley,
Former President and CEO,
Investors Group

OMA"'This is What I Really Mean'" keynote speech was extremely successful and very timely. We have never before had women physicians attend the Ontario Medical Association's Annual Meeting in such numbers. The topic was relevant, the content was educational, and Joanne Thomas Yaccato's presentation style was extremely entertaining. We will do this again and you can rest assured that we will give Joanne even more time to work her magic at the next Annual Meeting."

Dr. Lesia Wynnychuk,
Board Member,
Ontario Medical Association
Chair, Organizing Committee