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Adda van Zanden
Netherlands
Flourishing Organisations
Bio:

BA in social studies, certified NLP master practitioner, EPIC leadership facilitator.

And a professional theater actress in Shakespeare’s Women
.https://www.theatreofeternalvalues.com/productions/shakespeares-women)

As a facilitator at the Futurecenter of the Ministry of Infrastructure, Adda van Zanden works with unconventional, creative methods to enhance the problem-solving ability of clients to create groundbreaking solutions for social issues.

With her background in acting, she is a sparking (business) storytelling and presentation expert. Coaching speakers at TEDx and other stages.

As co-lead empowering women at a European political party, she develops training sessions
on gender bias, inclusive onboarding & communication.
She is also part of ‘The Inclusive Government’, a training program on diversity and inclusion, developed for Ministries & public sector in the Netherlands.

https://stagepresenceforbusiness.com

https://www.flourishingorganisations.com/

Session: 
Overcoming Genderbias
Your Time:
09/06/22, 09:35
UTC:
09:35
track

Deeply rooted biases make it much harder for women then men to get respect for the work they do.
Recognizing the patterns gives you the power to deal with it.
Women tend to blame themselves, work extra hard to prove they can do it.
But that easily leads to drop and burn outs .
In this session you get an insight in the patterns of behaviour that withhold both men and women from flourishing at work.
And you get advice on how to turn things around.
Don't blame it on yourself, but know what's going on!
Only then we can work in harmony...... in balance with femine and masculine qualities.

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