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Athena SWAN Workshop: Gendered Language: Why We Need Deliberate Disruption - Shared screen with speaker view
Clare Martin
17:43
Sorry about my camera - < might have to go away and come back
Anna Lise Gordon
37:09
But - should be banned!
Jo Blunden
37:22
Should we
Anna Lise Gordon
37:29
perhaps?
Sam Goober (she/her)
37:43
Might we or might you
Michelle Paull
37:49
Let's ?
Katy Parnell
37:49
I wonder if...
tally kandola
37:56
We're asking for permission
Clare Martin
38:18
Isn't there a danger of sounding passive aggressive - or is that another gendered argument of its own 😵
Katy Parnell
38:52
changing our language makes us bloody difficult women!
Katy Parnell
39:05
:)
Laura Minogue
39:34
Ha ha like "calm down dear"
Sam Goober (she/her)
39:35
There are other intersectional issues too around changing language and perceptions
Clare Martin
41:31
I would point out that I could write the book on Imposter Syndrome - except that it wouldn't be any good 😆
Rob Johnson
41:37
"no worries"
Katy Parnell
41:48
how do we womansplain!
Clare Martin
42:09
Neuro-linguistic programming isn't it
Jane Chambers
42:13
Maybe we have to let other women being assertive.
Katy Parnell
48:27
at least women are always responsible
Sam Goober (she/her)
49:38
I'd also heard of some research showing that men receive feedback based primarily on their performance, while women receive feedback based primarily on their style
Katy Parnell
50:12
yes everything about women is about the packaging it seems
Katy Parnell
56:39
how do we gte round the porblm
Rob Johnson
58:06
That does happen man on man too.Some people are just idea stealers/parrots
Laura Minogue
59:24
I think that thing in meetings is a way that people (unconsciously) defer to authority. It's a kind of social grooming to flatter the more senior people in the meeting.
Rob Johnson
01:01:49
The HiPPO: Highest Paid Person’s Opinion.This is the tendency in most organisations for people to just follow the opinion or decision of the most senior person in the room when ideas are being presented (which is usually also the highest paid and most powerful person).
Clare Martin
01:03:12
There's a huge back catalogue of books, TV, films etc that won't go away that still influences the cultural capital and our points of referecne
Sam Goober (she/her)
01:06:34
We have work to do in getting colleagues to understand/acknowledge stereotypes in the first place - both gendered and racial
Katy Parnell
01:11:38
we are often invisible- a super power
Anna Lise Gordon
01:12:33
Stop apologising without reason!
Michelle Paull
01:12:42
By speaking out and responding to the comments
Melina Healy
01:12:42
Use my positive voice
Clare Martin
01:12:44
Use my full job title
Natasha Biscoe
01:12:47
Be more direct with instructions
Jane Chambers
01:12:47
Saying sorry less often!
Katy Parnell
01:12:54
not saying I wonder if but instead saying I want to
Sam Goober (she/her)
01:12:54
Stop finishing an important point by saying "am I making any sense?"
Natasha Biscoe
01:12:56
(to men and women!)
Laura Minogue
01:13:06
Continue to monitor (and delete) my use of "just" in emails!
jane maw
01:13:13
be more posiive
Clare Martin
01:13:31
Just is a killer. Will really try to work on that
Rob Johnson
01:13:32
Stop saying "hope that makes sense?"Yes some men do say it too :-)
Laura Minogue
01:14:47
Thank you! Much food for thought...