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Gender and Leadership Communication

University of Nottingham

Tuesday, 19 December 2017 from 09:15 to 15:30 (GMT)

Gender and Leadership Communication

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Linguistic Profiling can help you explore the hidden depths of communication styles in the workplace.


The way that we communicate with one another at work encodes a great deal of information about our professional identities, including our gender.  Our Linguistic Profiling approach enables leaders and aspiring leaders to critically assess the role that gender plays in terms of career progression, workplace performance and job satisfaction.


Do you feel that your career potential is undervalued and not recognised enough? Have you ever been overtaken by less qualified colleagues for roles you know you deserve?


Are you interested in understanding how gender inequality can hold women back from climbing the career ladder? Do you fear using social media in case your professional identity comes under fire?

Sharpen your linguistic skills!  

Get ahead in the workplace with this engaging one day workshop.


"[I] will change how I lead meetings, ensure more two-way communications and all get to speak". 

Delegate 1st November 2017 


"[I will have] more conciousness around language focus on tackling the everyday sexism issue".

Delegate 1st November 2017

Gender and Leadership Communication

Date: Tuesday 19th December 2017

Registeration Opens: at 09.15  - workshop starts at 09.30 am

Location: The University of Nottingham, Kings Meadow Campus, Lenton Lane, Nottingham NG7 2NR - Room C1- Burleigh


Limited spaces reserve your place today!


"I will be more aware of my style and interactions with others"

Delegate 22nd November 2017

What You Will Learn:

  • How to spot gender stereotyping at work and understand how it can affect career progression

  • How to identify gendered communication styles in day-to-day workplace talk

  • How to identify the communication culture of your workplace and how this relates to gender

  • How gender affects how you are evaluated and judged at work

  • How to manage and protect your professional online identity

  • How to develop linguistic toolkits to enhance your leadership communication styles at work

Who Should Attend?

This workshop is mainly aimed at professionals working in public sector and third sector organisations, higher education and further education institutions, as well as individuals who are looking to enhance their career progression in the corporate world.

What To Expect:

This interactive workshop will introduce the crucial role played by language in preventing women from breaking through the glass ceiling and how our communication at and about work can encode unconscious bias.

Workshop Leaders:

Professor Louise Mullany will lead this workshop. She has spent the last 20 years researching and teaching gender and organisational communication in a wide range of businesses and organisations in the UK and globally, from SMEs through to large multinationals.

She will be joined by Dr Dimitra Vladimirou who has extensive experience conducting research on language and gender, specialising in particular on digital communication.

For more information please contact or telephone:+44 (0) 115 748 6360

Do you have questions about Gender and Leadership Communication? Contact University of Nottingham

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The University of Nottingham
Kings Meadow Campus,
Lenton Lane, Room C1- Burleigh
NG7 2NR Nottingham
United Kingdom

Tuesday, 19 December 2017 from 09:15 to 15:30 (GMT)

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University of Nottingham

The ability to communicate effectively is crucial to the success of any workplace. Linguistic Profiling for Professionals is a pioneering business unit lead by a world leading research team.  We offer solutions on how businesses and organisations can improve communication practices.

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