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Monday 10 September 2012

Tips for stamping out gender inequality in the workplace

A working environment in the UK whereby gender is considered a non-issue will likely never fully develop, according to a business expert.

Anni Townend, leadership consultant, coach and author of Assertiveness and Diversity, believes that gender in the workplace will always be an issue in some shape and form.

In order for an employer to stem this problem as best they can, Ms Townend encourages leaders and managers to always look to get men and women into every level of an organisation.

Furthermore, she advises employers to make both male and female staff members feel valued for the differences they make to a workplace.

On top of this, Ms Townend stated: "I would encourage all leaders and managers to create opportunities every day to engage people, to acknowledge difference and to seek to understand the differences and explore the possibilities through building bigger relationships with people."

Last week, Piya Khanna, founder, executive coach and change consultant at Change to Succeed, advised staff members to get themselves more noticed to boost their chances of promotion within a company.

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Source: Salespeak News

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