In-Person Workshops

Engaged workshop participants
League of Allies developed a personalized working session for our executive team and really provided a safe forum in which we were able to address difficult issues.
— Mark Haley, President, Smart City Networks
We’d like to make this mandatory training across the entire organization.
— -Executive Sponsor, Global Software Security Producer

From our experiences, to make change happen requires shifting individual mental frames first. Our powerful in-person workshop content is focused on fostering inclusive synergy and has been designed by male and female executives to appeal to all gender’s learning styles.

Our workshops are typically facilitated by a mixed-gender team and center on interactivity and open discussion. We prefer to customize them to produce deliverables that fit with your specific circumstances and objectives. 

And the last thing we believe women need to become is more manly. 

Bias and Boundaries

Our most popular current offering combines two intersecting topics we believe are critical to establishing and growing cultures of belonging based on Inclusive Synergy: Bias and Boundaries. Click here to download a one-page overview of the workshop.

Thank you very much!!
An amazing session and I’m sure it will echo through the company in a really positive way!
— Workshop Participant, Global Financial Service Software Producer

In addition, we currently offer:

Stage 2: Adoption: Providing Best Practices

Carrying The Torch in Your New Environment

What Do I Say? What Do I Do?

We Don’t Know What We Don’t Know: A Unique Perspective on a Normal Day

A New Growth Model

Emotional Stereotypes

Sustaining Gender Equity Allies

How To Be An Effective Male Ally

Stage 1: Awareness: Intellectual and Emotional Connection

The Future of Capitalism Is Feminine

How Biochemistry and Data Positively WACC Profitability

Breaking Bias

Unintended Bias

The P-Word

The Overlooked Power of Quiet

Performance Anxiety

Just Because You Heard It

Stage 4: Ally: Internal/External Leader and Content Resource

Be Upstanding:  From Bystander to Ally Part II

The Art and Science of Role Modeling, Mentorship, and Sponsorship

It Is Actually a Very Large World After All

Should I Stay or Should I Go?

Executive Opportunity Mapping 

Creating Value Roadmaps

Going Global: Intersectionality

Changing Fundamentals of Work: Multi-Generational Workforce

Stage 3: Advocate: Furthering Content and Promotional Capabilities

Be Upstanding:  From Bystander to Ally Part I

I2E2: A New Leadership Paradigm

Boldly Going Where Few Have Gone Before: How to Report to a Female Boss

Engagement Optimized Through a Gender Lens

Parenting Tax

Creating the Career Roadmap

Difficult Conversations