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10 Hidden Differences Between Men and Women and How to Use Them in Your Work


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People Skills Institute for Influence

In our world, we have to deal with men and women. Particularly at work, in day-to-day interactions. But actually, this is relatively new… because until a few decades ago, men and women worked separatelyWe even had schools for boys and schools for girls. 

So, our subconscious mind was programmed for centuries to communicate in a certain way and most people are not aware of how this works.  Only that sometimes it is really hard to communicate authentically with some people!

Nowadays, it’s not about which of the genders someone has. It’s more about the Mental Model that we operate from. Kind of like a computer Operating System. Like Windows versus Mac.

So, we call these mental models The Traditional Male Model and The Traditional Female Model and they are just like the different computer operating systems. And some men operate more from the Traditional Female Model, and some women more from the Traditional Male Model and everything in between.

In this 2-hour online training, Shelle Rose Charvet will share with you a powerful framework that will transform your communication between men and women at work and in your family. 

And more than that, you’ll be able to use this framework immediately, in conversations with other people.

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You'll learn a list of top 10 things to say to women and top 10 things to say to men. This list will help you understand them better and they will feel you’re speaking the same language as them.

You’ll find out your subconscious approach to taking risks, why you probably had huge arguments about this in the past and the real reason why you’re not able to authentically connect with some people.



You’ll discover how to avoid getting stuck in a perfectionist mode and how to avoid getting easily hurt, while others get over things with ease, as if they don’t care.

You'll get insights into the consequences of preferring to be respected versus being liked and a strategy to stop doing other people’s work (when you just won’t accept work from your team that is barely “good enough”).


You’ll understand why some people play games to get ahead instead of focusing on the important mission to be accomplished, and most importantly, why some people work excruciatingly hard for years, obtaining amazing results and yet still don’t feel they deserve the recognition and reward they crave.


Free online training course created by Shelle Rose Charvet

Shelle is a bestselling author and the international expert on Influencing Language. Her first book, Words That Change Minds, is an international bestseller, available in 15 languages.

Shelle has been researching and teaching for over 35 years and she is known for her advanced techniques used to enhance rapport, trust, credibility, and influence. Her methods enable people to prevent conflicts, avoid stalemates in sales, successfully run high-stakes negotiations and presentations to help everyone get what they need.

Organizations in over 30 countries worldwide call on her expertise on the hidden subconscious communication processes: what drives people to do (or not do) things, outside of their awareness.

She founded the Institute for Influence and created programs for women managers and leaders that they can do both individually and in teams.

The shift in power to the customer is now a certainty. In her engaging book, Shelle lays out precisely what’s going on and how to think about it.

Seth Godin, Author, Tribes

What Others Are Saying

I learned from Shelle Rose Charvet how to handle any type of skeptical person. And more important, to have a clear method for doing it.

Monica Ion, HR Specialist & Coach

Shelle illustrates, in clear language, those factors that will motivate people. She demonstrates how to influence, how to sell, how to manage, all the while respecting people at a deep level.  

Jack Canfield, Author, Chicken Soup for the Soul

Shelle is a fun, extremely smart and amazing person, very easy to be around and to learn from. Her teaching style is inspiring and well structured.

Silvia Truta, Video Editor