Published on March 8, 2014
Creating Gender Efficient Conversations Originally Presented By: Shradha Cripe Sachin Surwade Joel Rinsky Jeff Yangsamran SCU EMGT 303 8/14/2010
Background Imbalance in Adjusting to New Responsibilities Self School Child Work Home Marriage Friends Leisure Time Family
Goal Achieve Balance in Daily Activities Child School Work Home Self Marriage Leisure Time Family Friends
Gender Differences in Reaching Goal Category Relational Individualistic Relationships •Too •I many things to do; not enough time: I will not be honoring a commitment if I don’t complete it. •He can only get done what you can in the allotted amount of time. They will understand and adjust. doesn’t pick up on how things are effecting people •She Information •If I don’t bring up the issue, he will forget. doesn’t pay attention to details; he’s not paying attention. •I Time •There’s •We Thinking •I •He too much to do – no time to rest. feel so overwhelmed, he doesn’t offer to help. reads too much into things and bases information on what people ‘might be thinking’ don’t like discussing the same information over and over again. •She focuses too much on details; the end result is the same. can get the urgent/needed tasks done today – everything else will wait. •She doesn’t seem overwhelmed – she’s not asking for help.
Conversation Take-away Relational: The conversation went nowhere, we’ll have to have another one. Individualistic: The conversation went nowhere, why do we keep having them.
Prevention of Conflict Understand how to communicate efficiently with the someone of the opposite gender brain
Solutions Weekly Discussion within Time Limit Assigned Responsibility Relational: Allows multi-tasking Individualistic: Allows focusing on one task at a time Create flexible schedules Relational: Allows issues to be addressed Individualistic: Allows issues to not overpower each day Relational: Allows time with friends Individualistic: Allows time for independent activities Work together on daily childcare tasks Relational: Structure with some Flexibility Individualistic: Flexibility with some Structure
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