It’s no secret that working offshore has its challenges.
At Women Offshore we believe that a career at sea can be exciting and fulfilling, taking people all over the world. It also has its challenges, and sometimes those arise in conflicts between crew members.
On the latest episode of the Women Offshore Podcast, hear a story submitted by a female seafarer about when she became angry at two crew members. Also featured in this episode is Erica D’Eramo from Two Piers Consulting. Erica breaks down the situation, explaining that anger is often viewed differently when displayed by a woman than a man, and answers questions about showing emotions, such as, “is there ever a time when showing anger is appropriate?”
Two Piers is a public-benefit corporation tackling the issues of diversity and inclusion on two fronts. On one front, they help organizations assess and improve their current diversity initiatives, implementing practical, effective solutions to improve business performance and be more effective. They also recognize that sustainable, systemic change takes time. For those individuals currently facing challenging or unfamiliar work environments, they offer valuable support through individualized coaching, interactive group workshops and more. Visit TwoPiersConsulting.com to learn more.
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Women Offshore is an online organization and resource center for a diverse workforce on the water. Its mission is to shine a light on women in operations, provide resources to foster long-term careers, and share the latest efforts on gender diversity and inclusion in the offshore and maritime industries. Contact Women Offshore today: email@example.com