Creating a safe college campus where men and women communicate well and respect each other can be challenging in today’s social environment. Media outlets from television and movies to social media posts continue to encourage gender stereotypes that foster an “Us vs Them” mentality.
Our interactive programs help men and women discover new and powerful ways to interact with the opposite sex. Men and women will learn how to use their strengths to work together and create the social equality needed to create safer campus environments where everyone can fully engage and interact with each other. The results of our programs are profound and long lasting. Students, faculty, staff, and administrators have all reported that they leave with a whole new understanding of the opposite gender, and that they have practical strategies on how this understanding can build better relationships. Students often report improved relationships not only with other students, but also with professors, parents, siblings, and other adults in their lives. Faculty often find new respect for the challenges their students deal with on a regular basis.
Contact us to explore the power of men and women working closely together.
We’ll help you with:
- New Student Orientation
- Student Leadership Development
- Campus and Dorm Life
- Sports and Clubs
- Policies and Procedures
- Conflict Resolution
- Team Building
- Restoration/Improved Reputation
- Faculty/Staff Development
- Program Descriptions
- Any and All Gender Related Issues
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