Being a Female Manager: I Struggle with Being Taken Seriously by Male Colleagues

microlearning

A wry look, an offhand comment—on a bad day, it's enough to make you feel insecure around your male colleagues. In this micro-learning, we will show you how to build your confidence as a female leader and develop solutions to these problems.

What is a microlearning?

Ideal soft skill training for the hectic workday, even without in-depth prior knowledge. Microlearning is a compact e-learning course that takes only a few minutes to complete. The short learning unit is ideal for quickly refreshing knowledge (Know-how) or solving professional challenges (Challenge). A microlearning can be combined with appropriate macrolearnings or used as a stand-alone learning product.

Classification
Challenge

It’s a skill booster for complex tasks. Challenge Microlearnings focus on solving everyday challenges by advancing knowledge and teaching relevant emotional soft skills. They are to the point and deficitoriented.

Target group

  • Management (especially female management)

Learning objectives

  • Strengthening your own self-confidence and ending disrespect in the team

Competencies

Making yourself clear

Authoring tool

Rise

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