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We can have unity in diversity and diversity in unity.
We don't have to be like one another to enjoy sisterhood.
Barbara W. Winder, Relief Society, General President
Shared Sisterhood™ is OCG's flagship methodology for providing individuals and organizational leaders with specific strategies to tap into their authentic identities, forge deeper relationships across differences and create more inclusive environments.
The Shared Sisterhood™ process works to promote trust, vulnerability, empathy, and risk-taking.
With these components in hand, teams are better-equipped to have higher creativity, enhanced team performance and improved organizational leadership.
DIG and BRIDGE
Our two-phased approach,
DIG and BRIDGE™, asks participants to first “dig” to develop their own abilities to be vulnerable, to trust, to empathize, and to take risks with others before they can interact authentically with their coworkers.
Second, individuals begin to “bridge” and identify how they differ from others in order to be empathetic and create action plans in pursuit of equity.
This unique process delivers more depth to counteract the organizational status quo by making relationships and social interactions less transactional and more authentically reciprocal.
The research is clear:
When workplace cultures become more open to vulnerability
Gender Equity Expands
Profitability & Employee Retention Increase
Shared Sisterhood is offered in a variety of ways including workshops, online conferences, or speaking engagements.
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